At OCI, our expertise is in open, interoperable, network middleware software engineering, including as a contributor and a user of standards-based, Open Source solutions. While these solutions are general purpose, they are most often used in the Finance, Defense, Manufacturing, and Telecom industries. As contributors to Open Source middleware projects, we have developed several courses that provide a working knowledge and hands-on experience developing applications using these Open standards.
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Get started with OpenDDS, OCI's open source implementation of the Object Management Group's (OMG's) data distribution service (DDS) with this introductory course for Java developers.
Get started with OpenDDS, OCI's open source implementation of the Object Management Group's (OMG's) data distribution service (DDS) with this introductory course for C++ developers.
In this comprehensive, 4-day workshop, C++ developers receive in-depth training that provides them with full working knowledge of the DDS specification and the OpenDDS implementation. The course includes lectures, demonstrations, real-world examples, and hands-on practice developing applications using OpenDDS.
Learn to develop distributed applications using CORBA in this 4-day, hands-on course.
This 4-day, hands-on course is designed for CORBA developers who wish to learn more about advanced CORBA features and TAO-specific features and configuration.
This 2-day course provides developers and architects with hands-on experience using the OpenDDS Modeling SDK to design and build publish/subscribe applications that use OpenDDS.
Learn how to implement IPC mechanisms using the ACE (ADAPTIVE Communication Environment) IPC SAP classes and the Acceptor/Connector pattern in this 4-day, hands-on course.