SciSpike and O’Reilly Release “Java Design Patterns” Online Course

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SciSpike and O’Reilly Release “Java Design Patterns” Online Course

Austin, Texas - July 15, 2015

SciSpike founder Petter Graff , in collaboration with O’Reilly Media Canada, has produced an online training course on Java Design Patterns.

In this course, Petter shows in a clear and easy to understand way, with numerous examples, how to select optimal design patterns for your java software applications.

Petter commented, “Many people do not understand how much faster and more efficiently they can implement their java code, and how much better their software will work, by simply being aware of common design patterns and using the most suitable one in each situation.” He added, “I very much enjoyed working with the O’Reilly team on this project, and was impressed with the quality of the finished product once they applied their production skills.”

The video can be seen here: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920040750.do

"O'Reilly Media Canada is pleased to partner with SciSpike to produce this training course. Petter Graff is a professional, and clearly knows what he is talking about. He is able to communicate complex ideas in a clear and concise manner" says Mike Morton, Director of Video Training Operations for O'Reilly Media Canada. "This video training course for Java Design Patterns is an amazing resource for both beginner and experienced Java Developers."

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