I’m very excited to share the news that Joel Burton will be bringing his Plone Bootcamp classes back to Seattle for the third year.Â Joel will be offering a repeat performance of his basic week-long “Plone Bootcamp” class (June 16-20) suitable for folks getting started building Plone websites.Â Assuming his voice doesn’t give out after the first week, Joel will immediately follow-up with his first-ever-in-Seattle “Advanced Plone Bootcamp” (June 23-26) in which he delves deeper into programming and customization techniques for Plone 3.
I’ve watched lots of people teach technology over the years, and Joel is hands-down one of the best trainers I’ve ever seen.Â And at $550 for a full week of hands-on training, this has got to be one of the best deals going.
Our old house is officially now on the market.Â 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great big yard, garage and more! Loads of charm in a highly walkable area of Crown Hill.Â We’ve had 7 great years there; now it’s your turn!
UPDATE:Â it’s sold!Â I’m excited to give someone else the chance to live in and love this place!
Our awesome partners-in-crime at NPower Seattle are hiring for their fast-growing CRM consulting practice.
They’ve also got a senior position open for their Director of Services, who oversees their various consulting practices.
Both are great opportunities for nonprofit techies looking to make the move to Seattle!
Tags: nptech, jobs
What happens when an irresistible force and an immovable object team up and pull in the same direction?
That’s right — Plone training legends Joel Burton and Chris Calloway have teamed up to organize two solid weeks of Plone and Python training in Chapel Hill, NC this summer. They’re delivering three classes: Customizing Plone (Joel), followed by Python Bootcamp (Chris) and Plone 3 Techniques (Joel again).
At only $500 for each full week class, this is probably the best deal going in technology training. Chris and Joel are amazing trainers. Your brain will get filled up in the (incredibly posh) classroom, and your belly will get full afterward. (Chris and Joel both love to eat and Chapel Hill is a great food town, I’m told!)
So, if you want to brush up on your Plone & Python skills, pack your bags for North Carolina this summer.
Tags: plone, nptech
Have you bought your plane tickets for Plone Symposium New Orleans 2008 yet? Alan Runyan, Toby Roberts and the team at Enfold Systems have put together a fantastic program that includes:
- 2 days of Joel Burton’s amazing Plone Bootcamp training — pretty much the best way to jumpstart yourself as a Plone site builder!
- 2 days of talks from Plone community luminaries and rising stars, including:
- A “state of Plone” keynote from Plone co-founders Alex Limi and Alan Runyan
- Case studies from the science, education and nonprofit sectors
- Technical talks on popular topics such as caching, relational database integration, and using WSGI/Repoze to play nice with other Python web appications.
I’ll be showing off some of the work that the Seattle Plone community has done to integrate Plone and Salesforce.com.