Customer training for Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software is offered regularly at Biosero headquarters in San Diego. Courses are limited to a maximum of 10 students/class so register early to ensure you get a spot. Attendees must provide a PC laptop running Microsoft Windows 7 or higher and meet the course requirements. Below is the schedule to our upcoming courses and information about how to plan for your visit.
As an automation visionary, you know the potential of Green Button Go™ Automation Scheduling Software. Biosero offers three training programs to help you maximize the potential of the software to improve your lab operations.
Biosero offers three Green Button Go training programs to support users with beginner, advanced and developer automation skills. These comprehensive, immersive sessions are limited to 10 students to ensure a supportive learning environment.
Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software Basic Training is a one-day hands-on course that introduces Green Button Go to the attendees and enables them to start running an automated workcell. Attendees learn how to install and set up the software, execute layout changes, add new instruments, create methods, and run programs. The course will also cover an introduction to basic troubleshooting and error handling. For more information or questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On completion of this training, users will be able to start programming and teaching the robot, modify layouts, add instruments, create and run programs, and manage the installation and deployment of Green Button Go on new workcells.
Post SLAS Advanced Green Button Go training is a hands-on course for anyone wishing to expand their Green Button Go knowledge and skill set. It covers installing and setting up Green Button Go, method creation, advanced usage scenarios, and scripting.
Advanced User Training is for Green Button Go users who develop, maintain, and troubleshoot Green Button Go workcells. This course includes basic training for experienced automation users who are being introduced to Green Button Go for the first time.
On completion of this training, users will be able to develop complex methods, troubleshoot advanced error scenarios, and manage the installation and deployment of Green Button Go software on new workcells.
Advanced training is a three-day, hands-on course that empowers attendees to get the most out of their Green Button Go software and maximize the up time of their automated workflow. This training is for anyone who has prior experience with Green Button Go and is responsible for development, maintenance, and troubleshooting of an automated workcell driven by Green Button Go. Recommended prerequisites are Green Button Go Basic Training or frequent hands-on experience with Green Button Go in the lab.
Attendees learn how to install and complete the initial set up of Green Button Go Software, execute layouts changes, add new instruments and create methods and advanced usage scenarios. The course will also cover basic scripting.
On completion of this training, users will be able to modify layouts, add instruments, develop complex methods, troubleshoot advanced error scenarios, and manage the installation and deployment of Green Button Go software on new workcells.
Developer Training is a three-day hands-on course that provides the highest level of training for Green Button Go. This training is for anyone who has programming experience and is responsible for deployment, maintenance, and customization of Green Button Go driven automated workflows. Recommended prerequisites are Green Button Go Advanced Training and regular hands on experience with Green Button Go. A working knowledge of the .NET Framework is recommended. All example code will be in C#. The course is taught by Biosero software developers and attendees receive instruction on the development of instrument drivers, plug-ins, and a take a deep dive into advanced scripting.
On completion of this training, attendees will be empowered with advanced scripting strategies, and be able to develop their own drivers and plug-ins for Green Button Go. They will also gain valuable insight into the core architecture of Green Button Go and have direct access to the Green Button Go development team.