Apple and CodeFab Enters Web Objects Training Agreement
Cupertino, Calif.–July 15, 1997–CodeFab, Inc. and Apple Computer, Inc.
(NASDAQ:AAPL) have announced an agreement to deliver training programs on
Apple’s WebObjects web development platform. As a training provider for
WebObjects, CodeFab will create and deliver courses on the WebObjects
product line with training rights in the New York City area and the
opportunity to conduct private classes in North America.
“CodeFab is an Apple Enterprise Alliance Program Member that has been
creating and delivering training classes on WebObjects, and providing
WebObjects consulting services. Creating a training provider relationship
with CodeFab provides Apple’s customers in the New York City area with
one-stop shopping for their WebObjects software and services,” according to
Sara Benson, director of WebObjects and OpenStep customer training for
“I’m very excited to be working with Apple,” said Alex Cone, president of
CodeFab, Inc. “By providing training and development services for Apple’s
web technologies we have the opportunity to provide a broad range of
solutions to our customers.”
Corporate programmers and analysts can sign up for CodeFab’s next
course–real World WebObjects–to be held July 22-25. The class helps
corporate programmers and analysts build web applications. Cost is U.S.
$2,000 for the four-day session at CodeFab’s training facilities in New
The WebObjects product line offers a cross-platform and
language-independent environment for delivering interactive, scaleable,
server-based web applications for both the Internet and the enterprise.
CodeFab, Inc is a provider of high performance interactive web solutions
and provides a wide range of training, integration, development and content
production services. CodeFab’s training division provides classes in tools
such as Apple’s WebObjects, as well as in underlying web technologies such
as Perl, C, and Objective C.
Headquartered in New York City’s “Silicon Alley”, CodeFab is an enterprise
application consulting and services organization with a strong background
in object oriented solutions, and the architecture and design of multi-tier
intranet and Internet applications. CodeFab’s site on the World Wide Web
is: http://www.CodeFab.com/ –
Apple Computer, Inc., a recognized innovator in the information industry
and leader in multimedia technologies, creates powerful solutions based on
easy-to-use personal computers, servers, peripherals, software, handheld
computers and Internet content. Headquartered in Cupertino, California,
Apple develops, manufactures, licenses and markets solutions, products,
technologies and services for business, education, consumer, entertainment,
scientific and engineering and government customers in more than 140
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