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Triangle Plone Boot Camps 2009
Celebrate the fifth anniversary of TriZPUG Plone Boot Camps! For July 2009, Plonebootcamps.com and the incomparable Joel Burton are offering two ultra-low-cost Plone Boot Camps in Chapel Hill hosted by TriZPUG: Customizing Plone and Advanced Techniques.
What and When?
Plone Boot Camp - Customizing Plone, July 20-24, 2009: 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. Updated for Plone 3.1 and 3.2, while still offering the core skills required for all versions of Plone.
This bootcamp is offered to the general public, and is aimed at:
This is a hands-on, interactive class. You will need a laptop running Plone (we'll provide setup instructions for you).
- 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.
Advanced Plone Boot Camp - Plone 3 Techniques, July 27-30, 2009: Interested in building a site using the best practices of Plone 3? Want to advance your skills in scripting and developing for Plone? This course covers the new technologies in Plone 3.1 and 3.2 intended for site integrators and developers: our new portlet infrastructure, viewlets, versioning, and a friendly introduction to Zope 3 component architecture. Now, updated for Plone 3.2 and 3.3 betas!
Plone 3 introduces many new features to Plone, including:
This 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.
- inline editing
- versioning and staging
- through-the-web locking to prevent concurrent editing
- user-selectable portlets and a new portlet system
- "viewlets" -- allowing elegant page composition without customizing HTML
TriZPUG Bootcamps take place in state of the art high technology classrooms on the campus of the University of North Carolina's Medical Biomolecular Research Building in Chapel Hill, NC. A room-sized image of the instructor's presentation is projected across the entire wall of the classroom. Networking and power drops for each student are provided. A food court is located next to the classroom building. A fully stocked computer store is only one block away on campus.
Chapel Hill offers free mass transit to the classrooms from many convenient accommodations.
The official hotel for these bootcamps is the Chapel Hill Hampton Inn on Hwy 15-501/Fordham Blvd. The discount code of TP1 (Basic) or TP2 (for the advanced class) will get you a discounted room rate of $79.95.
TriZPUG's 2009 Plone Boot Camps are made possible by the kind sponsorship of the Carolina Cardiovascular Biology Center.
Carolina Cardiovascular Biology Center is a multidisciplinary, multidepartmental facility which serves as a focal point for interactions among basic, translational, and clinical scientists studying all aspects of cardiovascular disease. Areas of specific interest include atherosclerosis and other vascular diseases, angiogenesis and cardiovascular development, cardiovascular physiology, and diseases of hemostasis.
Raleigh Project Night
WebAssign, NCSU Centennial Campus, 1791 Varsity Drive, Suite 200, Raleigh,
Chapel Hill Project Night
Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), Biltmore Conference Room, 5th Floor, Europa Center, 100 Europa Drive, Suite 590, Chapel Hill,
Durham Project Night
Caktus Group, 108 Morris St., Durham,