Profile -Adegbaju Peter Attended MCTS: SQL Server 2005;SCNS;MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Windows App.;CWNA & CWSP Training Course from Nigeria in 2008
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Coming to India has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my Life. I am Adegbaju Peter from Nigeria. I was in India for training in Koenig...

Adegbaju Peter (Nigeria), MCTS: SQL Server 2005;SCNS;MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Windows App.;CWNA & CWSP 31 Dec to 06 Feb 2009

Coming to India has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my Life. I am Adegbaju Peter from Nigeria. I was in India for training in Koenig on some number of professional certification which include SCNS, SQL 2005 Server, .NET windows and wireless training. The fear of coming to a strange land which was counted as part of the developing world were doused from the time of arrival and I must commend the school for the arrangement made on receiving the foreigners at the airport. I was tired due to the long flight schedule from Lagos and the long delay at Istanbul in Turkey, to my surprise there was a waiting hand to receive us at the airport despite the change in the initial arrangement sent to Koenig.

Studying in Koenig is demanding and it requires a lot of discipline on the part of the student due to the schedule but in all it is highly rewarding. I must say that despite the nature of the schedules, the instructors make the classes fulfilling with the deep knowledge that they show about the courses. I really had a nice experience with my trainers from Varun who was my trainer for Microsoft SQL Sever 2005 to Harinder on SCNS. They really demonstrate a good knowledge of the course and their human relationship was excellent.

My stay in Delhi would have not been all fulfilling if I haven’t taken a course on .Net Window Application Development which I was advised to take by my MSQL 2005 instructor.

Initially, I was worried of what to meet and how easy it will be for me having little programming experience but all those worries were thrown to the air after the first lecture with my trainer. She is a real born teacher who knows various ways of making something complex really simple. One of the thing that amuse me about her is that she reads her student well and has a way of getting things done in a pretty nice manner, I find a sister in her throughout my stay. I call her the SWEET Indian Girl. My queries were sorted so easily. Like, I felt to myself, were they really that easy? I recommend her to anyone willing to have training in .NET. She knows it all. She has the potential to bring a programmer out of you.