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Intertech Introduces New iBATIS Training to Support Increased Use of Open Source Data Mapper

ST. PAUL, Minn., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Java training and .NET training company, Intertech, whose expansive national client list includes Target, Thomson, and Northwest Airlines, today announced the release of iBATIS training to support growing use of the open source data mapper. The goal of iBATIS is to "provide 80 percent of JDBC functionality using only 20 percent of the code," said Intertech founder and CEO Tom Salonek. A full course description is found at http://www.Intertech.com. James White, Intertech partner and instructor, led the development of this course. White is the co-author of Java 2 Micro Edition by Manning, a JavaOne speaker, and an ongoing contributor to DevX.com.

ST. PAUL, Minn., April 18 /PRNewswire/ — Leading Java training and .NET training company, Intertech, whose expansive national client list includes Target, Thomson, and Northwest Airlines, today announced the release of iBATIS training to support growing use of the open source data mapper. The goal of iBATIS is to "provide 80 percent of JDBC functionality using only 20 percent of the code," said Intertech founder and CEO Tom Salonek. A full course description is found at http://www.Intertech.com. James White, Intertech partner and instructor, led the development of this course. White is the co-author of Java 2 Micro Edition by Manning, a JavaOne speaker, and an ongoing contributor to DevX.com.

Additional Open Source Training offered from Intertech, with complete detail on http://www.Intertech.com, includes:

— JSF Training — Struts Training — Hibernate Training — Spring Training — Ajax Training — Ruby Training

"Intertech delivered its first Java offering more than a decade ago and founded one of the first Java User Groups in America. On the open source training front, our instructors are on the leading edge, meeting the needs of our growing customer list," said Salonek.

Intertech works with information technology professionals at organizations such as Intel, Microsoft, NASA, as well as state and federal agencies, to help them understand and use technology. Intertech's instructional team, including authors Andrew Troelsen and James White, frequently publishes books in the Intertech Instructor Series through a partnership with Apress in Berkeley, California. More information about Intertech is available by emailing info@intertech.com or by calling 1-800-866-9884, ext. 23 (between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. CST). Students are enrolled on a first come, first served basis.

SOURCE Intertech

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