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Section - 2) What courses on X and various X toolkits are available?

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An on-line WWW X course is at
	http://www.cs.curtin.edu.au/units/cg252-502/src/notes/html/

Another is at:
	http://www.cms.dmu.ac.uk:80/~aug/FastTrack/

Motif tutorials are at:
	http://www.iftech.com

AT&T offers training in Xlib and in the Xol set. Contact AT&T Corporate
Education & Training for more info; 1-800-TRAINER in the USA.

BIM Educational Services offers training in X administration and in
programming with Xt/Motif and Open Windows; the courses are given near
Brussels. Info: edu@sunbim.be, voice +32-(0)2-7595925, fax +32-(0)2-7599209.

Bluestone Consulting, Inc. offers several multi-day, hands-on training
courses in X, Xt, Motif, C, C++, and UIM/X.  Information is available at
609-727-4600 or blustone!info@uunet.uu.net.

Communica Software Consultants offers three-day hands-on courses in X
designed for the X Window System developer and programmer. Contact Chris
Clarkson, telephone 61 8 3732523, e-mail communica@communica.oz.au. [12/92]

Cora Computer Technologies (516-485-7343) offers several courses.

GHCT offers a one week lecture/lab course for programmers designed by Douglas
Young based on his book "The X Window System: Programming and Applications
with Xt, OSF/Motif Edition". Information: Brian Stell (415-966-8805 or
ghct!brian@sgi.com).

GHG offers a range of courses on X and Motif. Information:  713-488-8806 or
training-info@ghg.hou.tx.us.

Hands On Learning has live training and self-paced video workshops on topics
such as using and/or programming X, Xlib, Xm, and Xt.  Information:
617-272-0088, 800-248-9133.

Hewlett-Packard (1-800-HPCLASS; or contact your local HP center) offers a
2-day "Introduction to X", a 5-day Xlib course, a 1-day Xt and Motif 1.1
seminar, and a 5-day Motif lab course.

Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc., offers several multi-day, hands-on
courses on X, Xt, and the Xaw and Motif widget sets, in particular.
Information is available at 617-621-0060 and info@ics.com.

Intelligent Visual Computing teaches several lab courses on-site for Motif
and XView. IVC is at 1-800-776-2810 or +1 919-481-1353 or at info@ivc.com.

Iris Computing Laboratories offers five-day Xlib and Xt courses.  Info:
+1-505-988-2670 or info@spectro.com.

IXI Limited (+44 223 462 131) offers regular X training courses for both
programmers and non-technical managers. See also: Unipalm, below.

Learning Tree International offers a four-day course in X Window System
applications development, including Xlib and some information on Motif.  For
more info call 800-824-9155 (213-417-3484); 613-748-7741 in Canada. Courses
are offered in major North American cities; also in London, Stockholm, Tokyo,
and elsewhere.

Lurnix offers several 3- to 5-day courses on using X and programming with
Xlib and Motif. Information is available at 800-875-4478.

Non Standard Logics (+33 (1) 43 36 77 50; requests@nsl.fr) offers courses on
programming with Xlib, Motif, and creating Motif widgets.

OSF Educational Services (617-621-8778) offers one-day seminars and one-week
Motif lab courses.

John A. Pew offers a 5-day course on OLIT, possibly based on his book on that
subject; 408-224-5739.

SCO (+44 923 816344, scol-info@sco.COM) offers training for its Open Desktop
(Motif) environment in the UK and Europe.

Software Pundits (617-270-0639) offers a range of courses.

Technology Exchange (617-944-3700) offers a 4-day Xlib/Xt/Motif course.

Alsys (formerly TeleSoft) is now offering a 1-day plus 3-day seminar on X and
Motif.  Information: Bruce Sherman (619-457-2700, bds@telesoft.com).

Unipalm XTech offers OSF's 5-day Motif course and a 1-day overview on X.
Information: Unipalm Training at +44 952  211797, xtech@unipalm.co.uk.

The University of Edinburgh is developing a series of courses on X and
related topics primarily for non-profit-making training in academia but also
for commercial use. Information: Cliff Booth, Unipalm Ltd, phone +44 223
420002, fax +44 223 426868.

Various other vendors are also beginning to offer X training, usually
specific to a proprietary toolkit or to Xt and a proprietary widget set: DEC
is offering Xlib courses; Sun offers an XView course.

Various universities are offering short X courses or overviews: UCLA,
Dartmouth, University of Lowell, University of Canberra (within Australia:
062-522422), UC Santa Cruz Extension (408-281-4823, mark@t4p.com) ...

Among the best places to find courses are at the various Unix conferences --
Uniforum, Usenix, Unix Expo, the X Technical Conference, the ACM tutorial
weeks, &c.

In addition, the X Consortium posts approximately quarterly a list of
unendorsed speakers and consultants who can provide talks on a variety of X
topics.

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