Class: Plone 3 Developer Training
Instructor: Nate Aune
Location: Austin, TX - MCC Building, 3925 West Braker Ln at MOPAC Highway
Date: September 29 - October 1
The class will meet from 9:00AM to 5:00PM each day at the MCC Building, in the Alamo Room.
Day 1: Plone 3 Features, Development Tools and Data Types
Day 2: Plone 3 Buildout, Generic Setup and Theming
Day 3: Plone 3 Theming continued and Additional Topics
Students are expected to have built basic Plone sites, either Plone 2.5 or Plone 3. A typical student will have attended a Joel Burton Bootcamp or has equivalent experience, and wishes to expand their scope of operational, development and creative knowledge. This class is also suitable for designers seeking an in-depth look at the tools and techniques for Plone design.
Students are encouraged to make the instructor aware of preferred topics well before class.
The class size will be limited to 12 students to insure a personal and highly productive environment. It is strongly recommended you bring a laptop, as this is a hand-on experience.
Nate Aune is president of Jazkarta, a Boston-based consulting firm specializing in Plone-based web solutions. Nate is a Plone Foundation Board Member serving his second term and is a deeply experienced Plone developer and educator. Nate has over 7 years of experience developing Plone, including leadership in developing modern multimedia extensions as founder of the Plone4Artists project. He has conducted several public training courses covering Plone 3 development, and regularly provides onsite private training courses to small businesses, non-profits and educational institutions.
When & Where
Archethought provides advanced consulting services for small and medium business, government, NGO and educational institutions.
Specializing in open source, Archethought helps customers understand, acquire and effectively manage technology solutions for strategically important problems and systems.
In conjunction with Jazkarta, Archethought sponsors this class to broaden the base of Plone developers in Austin, the high-tech capital of Texas.