In the first half of 2018, Men & Mice Training taught courses in five countries with students flying in from across time zones and from other continents. Participants came from three different ccTLDs, from national governments, and from both major enterprise corporations and smaller institutions.
We are proud of our reputation for delivering exceptional training courses, positive student feedback, and humbled by the effort that people make to attend. However, we're committed to making attending easier.
New DNS & BIND fall 2018 courses added
Five new public courses have been added to our schedule this fall, from September through November 2018.
We've also begun soliciting student feedback on where we should hold our next courses. Based on initial feedback, classes have already been scheduled for two locations where we've previously never taught: Denver, Colorado, USA, and Geneva, Switzerland.
Our most popular public course is DNS & BIND Week (DNSB-W).
DNS & BIND Week is ideal for anyone just starting in the DNS world, but most commonly attended by those knowledgeable about DNS, and by experienced BIND administrators. Those with previous skills report that the start of the course, which assumes nothing, fills in gaps in their knowledge and corrects misconceptions, and the course moves on to unknown topics and new material. All Men & Men courses are hands-on, full of laboratory exercises.
If you want to get trained ASAP, this is your chance.
Space is limited but still available.
June 25 – 29, 2018 – Zurich, Switzerland
September 17 – September 21, 2018 Europe (City TBD)
September 24 – September 28, 2018 Geneva, Switzerland
October 15 – October 19, 2018 Denver, Colorado, USA
October 22 – October 26, 2018 North America (City TBD)
November 12 – November 16, 2018 Zurich, Switzerland
DNS & BIND Fundamentals (DNSB-F): is the first three days of DNS & BIND Week.
Who attends: Those who work peripherally with DNS. After the course, many wish they had attended the entire week. For them, we offer DNS & BIND Advanced (DNSB-A), which is the final two days of DNS & BIND Week.
Looking ahead, in 2019 we plan to begin offering our three day DNSSEC & BIND (DNSSECB) course publicly. It is currently only available for private, on-site corporate training.