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Due to many changes in the engine along with some received requests, we are getting ready to redo the Level 3 course. We hope to make it more interesting and cover subjects that people want covered.
As before, one of the primary goals of Level 3 is to provide the attendee with tips, tricks, and traps from a Senior Implementation Engineer. The idea is not to simply provide the data but to show you how we use it.
In the past, we have spent the better part of a day reviewing Tcl since Tcl is so instrumental to implementing Cloverleaf at a high level. We will no longer do that. We will assume that you already know Tcl. If you don’t have a good grasp of Tcl there is no need to attend. We will send a PDF document that is a good review of Tcl to those that sign up for the course. We will still cover some advanced Tcl such as namespaces, regexp, etc.
I would welcome any input from the User Community as to what should be covered. You must bear in mind however; we have attendees with a wide variety of experience. If most of the class does not have web experience, they will get lost if we attempt to cover Cloverleaf web capabilities in detail. While we can cover subjects such as XML, X.12, ODBC, HTML, etc in detail, we do not have the time to provide a primer on any of these subjects. In order to cover these subjects we would have to assume a certain level of a priori knowledge of the subject.
So, as you can see we always have a balancing act; how to cover what needs to be covered without losing half of the class or completely boring the other half.
With that said, I am certainly open to any comments you guys may have.
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