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Day of Drupal: Absolute Beginners Guide
May 22, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This class is presented in association with the Drupal Association and their Global Training Days program.
Four times every year, Drupal companies hold low cost training events around the world. This day of classes is being offered for $30. Read more here about what you will learn and all the great stuff that comes with becoming a part of the Drupal Community.
Why learn Drupal?
Drupal is one of the best and most popular ways to build a website. It is flexible, scalable and is continuously improved by thousands of people around the world.
Drupal powers some of the largest sites on the web and is being widely adopted by organizations from small businesses to the White House and leading U.S. government agencies and companies such as eBay, Sony and the New York Stock Exchange.
The Absolute Beginners Guide to Drupal is designed to be the perfect introduction for anyone new to Drupal.
What Will You Learn in the Absolute Beginners Guide?
Steve Burge is the founder of OSTraining. Originally from the U.K., he now lives in Bradenton/Sarasota Area in the U.S.A.. He was a teacher for many years before starting Alledia.com, a web development firm. After several years of full-time web work, he found the desire to teach coming back again and started OSTraining.
He now travels widely teaching people how to use Joomla, WordPress and Drupal. He has been heavily involved in various Open Source projects, writing books, starting user groups and serving as a board member.