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All Classes Will Be Held Virtually – Live Online Intertech's Training Division has been successfully instructing professionals through virtual live online training since the advent of the smartboard. It is a proven form and offers the convenience of live questions, group interaction, and labs with an instructor looking over your shoulder. Because of this, we will continue all classes live but virtually, including Agile and Scrum instruction, so businesses and individual’s seeking professional development can keep moving forward during these unexpected times.

Intertech Instructors

Intertech instructors are easy to spot. You’ll find them:

  • Writing best-selling software books, such as C# and the .NET Platform, Visual Basic .NET and the .NET Platform Guide, Component-Based Software Engineering: Putting it Together, XML.NET Namespaces, among many others.
  • Participating in a partnership with Apress, a California-based publishing company, to author the Apress Intertech Instructor Series (our proprietary training content).
  • Authoring articles for technologies top magazines, Publications in respected software journals, like WebSphere Developer’s Journal and MacTechnology. Current articles can be found in the .NET and Java resource section
  • Speaking at leading national software conferences and software user groups, including Software Development Conference and Expo, VS Live, Microsoft Development, Professional Association of Computer Trainers and the Project Management Institute
  • Winning major awards, including the Referenceware Excellence Award for Programming Book of the Year.

Their expertise is sought and respected because they’ve earned it. Many have worked as commercial software developers for leading U.S. companies and been personally responsible for major development projects. They’ve shaped and designed technical training programs at respected colleges and universities. They’ve taught and mentored developers at America’s most reputable organizations. They’re recognized nationally and internationally.