Sunday, October 01, 2006

Live Web Based Training

A couple of days back, we conducted a training session for a client over the Internet using collaboration tools like Vyew, and Skype. An account of the details is posted on Webcast Academy's website (where I am an intern in the class of 1.2).

Below is a summary of the discussion, posted as a podcast.














[Time: 3 mins 15 secs]






What are your views on online training? Feel free to write to me if you would like to try something similar for your organization.



Notes: This text was originally posted on my earlier blog at http://www.adaptivelearningonline.net
Here are the comments from the original post

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COMMENT:
AUTHOR: Ranjan
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URL: https://ranjanjha@blogspot.com
DATE: 10/03/2006 12:02:34 PM
Hi Sir

I totally agree with you on this,Infact Sun's philosophy while marketting(I hope I am using the right word) java was " Write once, run anywhere"... obviously Sun was promoting a feature over here.
Infact Software portablility has more todo with Microsoft Vs Others fight and Java was one of the first programming language which gave portability a serious thought and provided APIs where software programmer has to bother less about it at the same time.

Here is one of the articles on java portability:
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-05-1997/jw-05-portability.html

Regards
Ranjan

COMMENT:
AUTHOR: Parag
DATE: 10/03/2006 02:22:46 PM
Hello Ranjan,

That's a nice link. A must read for someone who wishes to understand what the team at Sun had in mind when they designed the Java language.

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