Training People to Build Better Software since 1993

We offer standard classes as well as custom and individual training that can be delivered on-site at your location, in our training center, or online. Also take a look at our special mentoring program as well as our corporate training programs. Contact us for more information.

We currently have the following classes scheduled. The abstracts can be found below the class listing:

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CODE Presents: Secure Microservices presented by Alexander Pirker

Online

10/12/2022 Free! Live Event (can be attended on-site) Can be attended Online/Remote Video Taped and available to attendees as a recording later Sign Up

State of .NET - .NET 7

Online

10/26/2022 Free! Live Event (can be attended on-site) Can be attended Online/Remote Video Taped and available to attendees as a recording later Sign Up

CODE Presents: Improving String Handling Performance in C#

Online

11/9/2022 Free! Live Event (can be attended on-site) Can be attended Online/Remote Video Taped and available to attendees as a recording later Sign Up

Live Event Live Event    Online/Remote Online/Remote    Recorded Recorded    Post-Event Mentoring Post-Event Mentoring    On-Site On-Site    Customized Customized

Why CODE Training?

CODE Training has the most extensive and advanced network of experts. Think of all the authors and presenters we have on our payroll for CODE Magazine, CODE Consulting, CODE Staffing, and for presentations at the numerous events we are involved with. CODE employs more MVPs, Influencers, Gurus, and RDs than any other company. Thanks to our community involvement, we have access to the best experts for each topic. Not only do our trainers have lots of training and speaking experience, but they also bring real-world expertise to the table. They don't just teach, they also "do".

Can you think of a better setup for your training?

Other Training Options

In addition to our standard training classes, CODE Training offers various other options, such as individual Mentoring Programs and Corporate Training Discounts, as well as on-site and customized training. Instead of attending a standard training class, why not get customized training for your entire team that specifically targets the material to your next software project?

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Abstracts for Scheduled Classes:

CODE Presents: Secure Microservices presented by Alexander Pirker

Online

Wednesday, October 12, 2022 - Only 11 days to go!

Building microservices is hard, sometimes even exhausting and painful. Building them secure turns out even harder. That’s because microservices come with so many moving parts, like for instance the chosen programming language, the number of services, how they communicate etc. In this session, I provide you a guideline to cover many security concerns you face during development: - How to protect the communications of services - How to properly implement authentication and authorization - How to implement access control lists - How to arrange middleware layers - How to protect Pods in Kubernetes - How to sanitize input data - How to hide secrets

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State of .NET - .NET 7

Online

Wednesday, October 26, 2022 - Only 3 weeks to go!

.NET 7 is the next major version of the .NET platform. This event will take a look at all the news that go with .NET 7.

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CODE Presents: Improving String Handling Performance in C#

Online

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 - Only 5 weeks to go!

A string is an immutable type, which means that once you have created a string object, you cannot change it in any way. When you change or modify a string object, a new instance is created. There are several ways to overcome this performance issue. This session talks about how strings are represented in the CLR memory, the performance challenges you would often encounter when working with strings and how to fix them in C#. The following points are covered: 1. Understanding the CLR A. How are strings represented in memory? B. Introduction to strings in C# C. Strings in C#: The performance pitfalls 2. Improving string handling performance A. Fast string allocations B. String interning C. Using StringBuilders D. Reducing allocations a. String.Create b. Span<T> c. Memory<T> 3. Benchmarking performance using BenchmarkDotNet 4. Conclusion

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Testimonials

The class yesterday with Markus was fantastic. It's so refreshing to hear people start from the point of view of the customer instead of drilled-down into what's become some awfully scary looking syntax. Markus makes complicated concepts clear--like lambda expressions. It's with a huge sense of relief that you all have created and made available the CODE Framework and your classes are really, really helpful. I can't thank you enough.

Nancy Folsom

Pixel Dust Industries

Thanks! Again, I just want to say that I thought it was a good training, and the trainers were able to keep me engaged in what they were discussing – even though I was remotely attending.

Steve Kaschimer

CSM, Architecture Specialist
The Dow Chemical Company

My current project has benefitted tremendously because I was able to bypass many hours of studying dry text to learn the same materials. The key benefit of the training is being able to review the video of the training at a later date.

Fletcher Johnson

Crimestar

Congratulations! This was one of the best code classes I've ever taken. Markus is extremely clear in presenting concepts and then implementing them in a comprehensible manner.

Cathy Schaeffer

Skadden, Arps, Slat, Meagher & Flom LLP

I found Markus to be an excellent presenter with informed observations and a good mix of code, slides, and examples.

Brian Federia

Beyond.com

I attended your day-long JavaScript class a couple months back. I have now begun to write my first stumbling code. I wanted to feed back how helpful your session was, starting with your recommendation of the development environment of Notepad++ and Chrome console output. I would be lost without that tip!

Toby Atkinson

Dataface

We have been playing around with the CODE framework in a small application the team here is putting together to help the field crews with their data entry tasks and it is coming around nicely. The simplicity of it, coupled with the solutions we were taught in the class we attended are paying off.

Miah Ebel

Open Range Applications, LLC