W3C Training: Early Bird Rates through 27 February for JavaScript and HTML5 Courses

W3C is pleased to launch a new edition of its JavaScript online course, to help Web developers master good JavaScript practices and avoid the pitfalls of the language. The course is 4 weeks long, to start on 17 March 2014. This course is a condensed set of tricks, advice, tools and good practices built around JavaScript, with a logical flow that is always illustrated by examples and assignments. JavaScript is one of the three major Web developer tools, along with HTML5 and CSS3, so register before February 27 to benefit from the early bird rate.

Register now to the upcoming W3C HTML5 online course, to start 27 March 2014. Acclaimed trainer Michel Buffa will cover the techniques developers and designers need to create great Web pages and apps. This course edition features additional advanced sections on time based animation, 2D geometric transformations, Web Audio API, etc., all illustrated by numerous examples. Register before February 27 to benefit from the early bird rate.

Learn more about W3DevCampus, the W3C online training for Web developers.