Is any of the old MageLang Institute training material licensable?

John Zukowski

We have all but eliminated training as a part of our business model. We have some historical content that we have licensed to a few companies, but as I am sure you can understand, we only have done so in ways that provide little or no distraction to our company. As such, what we have done is packaged our entire core curriculum (3 4-day modules) and will sell a lifetime license with rights to modify for the entire curriculum but no web rights nor may these rights be sublicensed in any way. We do not break it apart or reconfigure it (that we leave to you should you decide to license the materials).

jGuru I - The Java Programming Language

  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Language Introduction
  • The Object Model
  • Inner Classes
  • Exception Handling
  • Threads
  • I/O Fundamentals
  • Network Programming with Sockets
jGuru II - Client-Side Development
  • Images and Sound
  • Drawing
  • AWT
  • Serialization
  • JavaBeans API
  • JFC/Swing UI Components
  • Internationalization
  • Reflection and Introspection
jGuru III - Introduction to Server-Side Development
  • Servlets, including JavaServer Pages and a brief overview of web technology
  • JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)
  • RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
  • Introduction to CORBA
  • EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans)
  • Security
We also throw in the modules for Collections and JNI, which aren't part of the 3 4-day courses.