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KeyStone Offers Web Development Classes On Video

KeyStone Learning Systems unveiled a series of video-based Web site development classes, offering hands-on training in the use of HTML, Dynamic HTML, Java, PowerBuilder, and Microsoft FrontPage.

The KeyStone Developer Series is aimed at both professional and amateur developers.

KeyStone's president Clint Argyle, said: "With the introduction of our Developer Series, KeyStone now provides cost-effective, just-in-time training for web site programmers. Our video training shows how to use all the essential programming tools needed to build the simplest--and the most sophisticated--Web sites."

The videos on HTML 4.0 comprise a six-level course containing over 12 hours of training. It starts with an overview, and moves on to all aspects of HTML programming. A companion, six-hour course on three video cassettes explores Dynamic HTML. Both courses are taught by Robert MacHale, a trainer with eight years experience of developing online systems.

With the courses come workbooks, called KeyNotes, which are designed to reinforce the lessons learned from the videos.

As a set, the HTML videos sell for $649.95; each Dynamic HTML video sells for $89.95; the FrontPage three-video sets costs $249.95; the 12-hour Java course is $449.95; and the PowerBuilder video set is $449.95.