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Advanced BRICKS Programming training module

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October 2007

Advanced Content management
Usage of content management in "Hello Bricks"-Application
Advanced Metadata management
Usage of metadata in "Hello Bricks"-Service and Client
Advanced Searching functionalities
Searching for information in "Hello Bricks"-Service and Client
Feedback from the trainees

End of Module



Content: The purpose of this course is to give the participants the ability to understand the BRICKS architecture and to customize it for specific requirements.

 

Partner Responsible: FhG
Partners Involved: FhG, CNR, ARC, MW
Duration course: 1 day (in conjunction with the Basic BRICKS Programming module)
Registration fee: free
Registrations begin: from July 2007
Location: Darmstadt (D)
Didactic methodologies: face to face
Editions foreseen: one
Trainers: FhG, CNR, ARC, MW
Target audience: Cultural heritage application developers and system administrators
Trainees expected pre-knowledge: 1 year experience using Java, XML, Web services and basic programming experience; previous attendance of the Basic BRICKS Programming module
Training material offered: (before the training) BRICKS API reference Guide, BRICKS SDK (software development kit) and Runtime distribution of the foundation, Java 1.4.2 and Java IDE (preferable Eclipse) already installed on laptop; (after the training) slides
Maximum number of trainees: 8-10

For further information on this module, please contact: Thomas Risse
For general information on BRICKS training, please contact: info@brickscommunity.org

 
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