DevTrain spins off from VBUG parent

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p12
Trade Publication
The training division of the Visual Basic User Group (VBUG) has become a standalone commercial arm. Developer Training Solutions (DevTrain) has grown due to demand from VBUG members for training courses they had difficulty finding elsewhere. "VBUG started putting courses together following feedback from members that they were unable to find training that assumed prior technical knowledge," explains Richard Rolfe, general manager of DevTrain. DevTrain is planning to expand its course offerings to include all the main Microsoft languages across the.


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