Three Cloud Computing Classes

I will be co-teaching three (3) Cloud Computing classes at DePaul University this winter 2011 Quarter with another DePaul instructor, Marco Chou. We are currently developing these classes with the help of key cloud vendors like: Salesforce.com, IBM, Microsoft and many others. Our goal is to develop a full Could Computing curriculum and educate Chicago area IT practitioners in the benefit and use of Cloud Computing.

  • Introduction to Cloud Computing – this 1 day seminar provides an excellent and objective overview of the server side of Cloud Computing from multi-perspectives and helps prepare IT professions who have a need to quickly learn more about Cloud Computing and includes demonstrations of key cloud computing environments – Offered: Friday, January 28, 2011 and Friday, Mar. 18, 2011 (see http://www.cdm.depaul.edu/ipd/Programs/Pages/Introduction-to-Cloud-Computing-Seminar.aspx for more details)
  • Cloud Computing for Project Mangers – this 1 day seminar provides a similar overview of Cloud Computing as the Introduction to Cloud Computing, but adds an information about the Project Management aspects of Cloud Computing Projects – Offered, Friday, February 18, 2011 (see: http://www.cpe.depaul.edu/cloud for more details)
  • Cloud Computing Fundamentals – this in-depth 10 week program gives attendees a hands on experience of developing and using Cloud Computing server applications in a number of different Cloud environments – Offered, on Tuesdays, Jan. 4, 2011 through Mar. 15, 2011 (see http://www.cdm.depaul.edu/ipd/Programs/Pages/CloudComputing.aspx for more details)
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