We are pleased to announce the "Plone 3 Developer Training" a comprehensive
2-day training course offered in Boston, MA on April 28-29, 2008.
With the introduction of Plone 3, there are now many new and improved ways
of building and deploying Plone-based websites and web applications. From
using buildout for deploying your site to utilizing the new viewlet engine
for flexible page layout, this course will cover the latest technologies to
get you up to speed and developing with Plone 3.
This course is intended for students with some Plone knowledge in
administrating Plone or developing with Plone who now want to go to the next
level and employ best practice development techniques in Plone. This is a
hands-on class and we will be working with the latest Plone 3.0 release.
INFO AND REGISTRATION
Nate Aune is a long-time citizen of the Plone community, having built his
first Plone site in 2002. He has helped many organizations accelerate their
knowledge of Plone by providing onsite Plone training sessions through his
He has also organized and conducted a Plone Bootcamp in Boston and Plone
Magic training in New York City and many developer sprints which provide a
more informal but highly engaging learning experience for developers.
Nate is serving his second term on the Plone Foundation board and is founder
of the popular Plone4Artists project which brings enhanced multimedia and
calendaring features to Plone.
April 28 - 29, 2008
Boston, MA USA
The cost for the 2 days of hands-on training is $995. Sign up now!
If you want to combine this class with our Zope 3 Training for Plone
Developers course, the cost is only $1,995 for 4 days of training (Apr.
28-May 1). Compared to taking these two classes separately, this is a
savings of $300!
Read more about the Zope 3 Training for Plone Developers course here:
Note: Discounts are available for non-profit, educational or government
The preferred class size is 10-15, so we encourage you to sign up now to
reserve your spot.
During and after the training, there will be a 7 day sprint (April 28-May 4)
in Boston with the goal of improving the calendaring functionality of Plone.
This is a great opportunity to work side-by-side Rocky Burt and other
Plone/Zope 3 developers, and enjoy the historic and culturally diverse city
of Boston. Get more info and sign up for the Boston Plone Calendaring Sprint
A laptop computer to follow along with this hands-on class.
Knowledge of Plone and experience developing Plone products with Archetypes.
Python programming skills.
Please contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] if you have any questions about the
Sign up today!
Nate Aune - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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