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As a benefit of CAIT membership, organizations may request free Lunch & Learns at their company's site. Lunch & Learns are presentations with interactive discussions of current and emerging IT topics delivered by CAIT instructors. Typically, they take place during lunch time and last 45 minutes to an hour. While member organizations may request Lunch & Learns in any IT area, the list below provides some examples of topics CAIT presenters can address. If you are interested in scheduling a Lunch & Learn, please contact training@cait.wustl.edu or (314) 935-4444.
  • .Net 2.0 - What's new in the Framework?
  • .NET Framework 3.0 and 3.5 - What to expect
  • C++ Multi-threading
  • Cryptography, Security, and Java
  • Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
  • Design Patterns
  • Enhancing Project Management
  • Five Reasons Project Fail
  • Google Web ToolKit
  • Grails
  • Groovy
  • IPv6
  • Java 5 and 6 Concurrency API
  • JSF
  • JSR 170 (Java Content Repository API) - Apache Jackrabbit
  • Leadership Preferences Research Results
  • Leading and Motivating a Team
  • Making Project Teams Really Work
  • Managing Change and Implementing Technology
  • MDA
  • Mock Objects
  • Objective-C/Cocoa Programming
  • Overview of Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
  • Python
  • Real Time Specification for Java
  • Regular Expressions (Regex) in Java
  • Ruby
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Sharepoint 2007 and the New WSS v.3 Object Model
  • Software Architecture
  • The AJAX Approach to Web Applications
  • The Project Management Institute
  • Usable Web and GUI design
  • Web Services
  • Windows Vista - What's New in Vista including Public Beta 2.0
  • Windows Server "Longhorn" - What's in the New Release of Windows Server
  • Wireless Communication: Current and Future
  • XML Overview
  • XML Schema
 
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