tl;dr: We're giving our three-day "Mastering Plone" training in Munich (in english)
During the course of this three-day training we will teach how to
- ... wield the awesome features of Plone for maximum effect.
- ... customize and extend Plone to make it do exactly what you want.
- ... use the current best-practices to become a Plone rockstar.
In the first part we'll teach the fundamentals needed to setup and manage your own website using the many build-in features of Plone.
The second part will focus on customizations that may be done through-the-web.
The third and longest part will be devoted to Plone-development. Here we focus on current best-practices like Dexterity and Diazo that make developing with Plone fun and accessible.
The training is for people who are new to Plone or used to work with older versions of Plone and want to learn the current best-practices. Basic Python and HTML/CSS skills are a requirement.
The course is an updated and expanded version of the trainings we held at the international Plone-Conferences in Arnhem and Brasilia. The documentation for these can be found at http://starzel.github.io/training
As always, we give the training as a team of two Trainers. This way you'll receive a 1on1 training as soon as something works differently than expected. Something that is not possible with a single trainer and something that adds a lot of insight when something did not work as expected.
If you're interested call us at +49 (0)89 - 189 29 533 or send a mail to email@example.com
26. - 28. May 2014
9:00 - 18:00
EUR 1000.- per person plus 19% MwSt (VAT)
Please talk to us if you might be eligible to a discount (Student, Member of the international Plone-community and so on...)
Due to illnesses we currently have three open slots for the training. Talk to us if you are interested.
We are working hard on updating the training. Here are some highlights:
- We now use plone.app.contenttypes from the beginning
- More dexterity-types (without grok)
- Custom search using eea.facetednavigation
- Infos about debugging
- We now teach the use of plone.api