BootCampArama Final Reminder
cbc at unc.edu
Mon Jul 14 14:59:47 CEST 2008
Final reminder, we're in the last two weeks of open registration for
PyCamp, Plone Boot Camp, and Advanced Plone Boot Camp:
Registration is now open for:
PyCamp: Python Boot Camp, August 4 - 8
Plone Boot Camp: Customizing Plone, July 28 - August 1
Advanced Plone Boot Camp: Plone 3 Techniques, August 4 - 7
All of these take place on the campus of the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill in state of the art high tech classrooms, with
free mass transit, low-cost accommodations with free wireless, and
convenient dining options.
Plone Boot Camp is taught by Joel Burton, twice chair of the Plone
Foundation. Joel has logged more the 200 days at the head of Plone
classrooms on four continents. See plonebootcamps.com for dozens of
testimonials from Joel's students.
PyCamp is taught by Chris Calloway, facilitator for TriZPUG and
application analyst for the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing System.
Chris has developed PyCamp for over 1500 hours on behalf of Python
user groups. Early bird registration runs through June 30. So register
PyCamp is TriZPUG's Python Boot Camp, which takes a programmer
familiar with basic programming concepts to the status of Python
developer with one week of training. If you have previous scripting or
programming experience and want to step into Python programming as
quickly and painlessly as possible, this boot camp is for you. PyCamp
is also the perfect follow-on to Plone Boot Camp: Customizing Plone
the previous week.
At Plone Boot Camp: Customizing Plone you will learn the essentials
you need to build your Plone site and deploy it. This course is the
most popular in the Plone world--for a good reason: it teaches you
practical skills in a friendly, hands-on format. This bootcamp is
* people with HTML or web design experience
* people with some or no Python experience
* people with some or no Zope/Plone experience
It covers using Plone, customizing, and deploying Plone sites.
At Advanced Plone Boot Camp: Plone 3 Techniques you will learn to
build a site using the best practices of Plone 3 as well as advance
your skills in scripting and developing for Plone. The course covers
the new technologies in Plone 3.0 and 3.1intended for site integrators
and developers: our new portlet infrastructure, viewlets, versioning,
and a friendly introduction to Zope 3 component architecture. Now,
updated for Plone 3.1! The course is intended for people who have
experience with the basics of Plone site development and HTML/CSS. It
will cover what you need to know to take advantage of these new
technologies in Plone 3.
For more information contact: info at trizpug.org
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