W3C

Mobile Web Training in Spanish

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A lot of course material out there is in English. Within W3C’s online training for Web developers program, also known as W3DevCampus, we are proud to launch a complete online training package in Spanish associated with the “Mobile Web 1″ course: the content (lectures, assignments, etc.), the trainer (Gicela Morales), the discussion forums and the e-learning platform are all speaking Spanish!

The 6-week “Buenas Practicas en Web Móvil” online training course will start 18 June 2012, and we offer an early bird rate before 10 June.

So spread the word to your Web developers friends and colleagues who might find it more comfortable to learn in Spanish (such as reading the detailed course description)!

And while we’re at the topic of W3C courses open for registration, note that we have a few seats left for the “Mobile Web 2: Programming Web applications” course that will start Monday 11 June 2012. Our trainer, Marcos Caceres has revised — and much improved (with inclusion of numerous videos!) — this second edition of the course, based on previous students’ feedback. This is also a 6-week course, so do not hesitate no more – Enroll soon – and become a mobile Web application developer expert before this summer ;)