Tag: Training

Toward more engaging learning: OpenSesame wants to rethink organizational development through a Training Jam

We’ve all sat through them—or at least seen them made fun of—the dreaded corporate on-boarding, training, and organizational development curricula. But what if those learning experiences were more, well, fun? What if we actually enjoyed them? I mean, without the snark. Call them optimistic, but Portland startup OpenSesame thinks that there’s an opportunity there. To reinvent the medium. That’s why they’re throwing a Training Jam. Read More

More flavors of reality: Oregon Story Board drives Augmented Reality development with Microsoft HoloLens training

One good story deserves another, so speaking of Oregon Story Board… Virtual Reality isn’t the only reality they’re exploring in Portland. Following up on the grant they garnered from Microsoft, the digital storytelling accelerator now offers Augmented Reality development training specifically designed for the Microsoft HoloLens environment. Read More

PhoneGap fills your mobile development knowledge gap with training in Portland (and a discount)

And I know that HTML and JavaScript sounds straightforward. But what if you’re a little wary of dangling your toe into the PhoneGap pond? Well then, you might opt to get a little training as well. The PhoneGap folks will be in Portland on July 16 to do just that. And if you use the code “siliconflorist,” they’ll even knock 50 bucks off the registration fee.

If you’re looking to build cross platform mobile applications using something as straightforward as HTML and JavaScript, one of the best options is PhoneGap. What could be better than getting access to iPhone, iPad, Android, Palm, Symbian and Blackberry without having to recode your app?

And I know that HTML and JavaScript sounds straightforward. But what if you’re a little wary of dangling your toe into the PhoneGap pond? Well then, you might opt to get a little training as well. The PhoneGap folks will be in Portland on July 16 to do just that. And if you use the code “siliconflorist,” they’ll even knock 50 bucks off the registration fee. Read More

Geeks aren’t necessarily known for their people skills. Until now. Thanks to Oregon Training Network.

And that’s why a new training course from the Oregon Training Network may be exactly what you need. Introducing Soft Skills for Geeks: Communicating 2.0.

When it comes to all of the amazing things for which many geeks are known, being a personable social butterfly usually isn’t very high up on the list. But the fact of the matter is, when push comes to shove, it’s the soft skills that can sometimes be the difference between landing a gig and losing one.

And that’s why a new training course from the Oregon Training Network may be exactly what you need. Introducing Soft Skills for Geeks: Communicating 2.0. Read More

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