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Drupal 7 Module Development


Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM - Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 6:00 PM (EET)

Drupal 7 Module Development

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Corporate (50% Discount) Sold Out Ended €300.00 €0.00
Individual & NGO's (75% discount) Sold Out Ended €150.00 €0.00
Student/Unemployed (90% discount) [student ID/Unemployed Card required] Sold Out Ended €30.00 €0.00

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We are happy to announce that eresus will hold the first ever Acquia training on Drupal for Greek Drupal lovers. Having acquired official partnership with Acquia, we are able to bring to the Greek community the full program of trainings, including course documents and presentations.

The best programmers are lazy programmers. Drupal, more than many other systems holds that maxim to be true. Why do lazy programmers have an advantage?

Because Drupal is not a traditional software framework. It is a framework, but it is a community first and a framework second. There are over ten thousand existing modules to choose from and thousands more blog posts and online resources to copy code from. Add to that a thriving community on IRC channels, forums and commercial support companies like Acquia and there are many ways to find solutions. The last thing you should resort to is writing custom code.

Custom code is expensive to maintain, risky to a project and creates a dependency on the people who wrote it. So while it is necessary to write some code on the vast majority of large Drupal sites, strive to practice configuration before coding. You can accomplish a lot just by picking the right modules and configuring them to suit your needs.

2 days
Knowledge of PHP, and experience with Drupal site building and site management.

By the end of the training you will be able to:
Understand Drupal's hook system and development architecture
Articulate the construction of 90% of Drupal modules
Insert and extract data using Drupal's core database abstraction layer.
Responsibly modify contributed modules using patches.
Employ and articulate best practices, security techniques, conventions and coding standards

Want to learn more!

Site Building with Drupal 22/23 Nov 2012
Drupal 7 Layout & Theming 10/11 Jun 2013

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