More Free Live Drupal Training Please, Our Biggest and Best Quarter Ever

More Free Live Drupal Training Please, Our Biggest and Best Quarter Ever

Free Live Drupal Training
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Thought byRay Saltini
April 05, 2016

We’re on a mission to bring more free live Drupal training to more people and organizations than ever before. I’m very pleased to say this quarter we’ve beat our own personal best.

Since January we’ve delivered more than $100,000 worth of free training. That's 19 free trainings in six cities and online to more than 417 registered participants. That’s a total of 72 hours of training delivery and more than 1,700 hours spent in the classroom by individuals learning Drupal. And this doesn't even include all those here at FFW that provided sessions at camps and participated in community training and sprints.

We delivered training in Princeton, New York, Albany, Dallas, Orlando and Chicago and online to participants all over the US, Europe and Asia.

What’s next?

In the coming months we’ll be back to Dallas and down to Atlanta and New Orleans for Drupalcon NA where we’ll be top level Diamond sponsors for the second year in a row. We’ll have live demonstrations at our booth of the latest versions of Drupal Console and of Drude, our new container-based Continuous Development environment for all your Drupal development needs. And we'll continue our online and face to face training in New York and add more cities.

Visit our event page for more information and please take a moment to give us your comments here. Tell us what new topics you’d like us to explore and especially where you’d like us to visit next.

Keep on Drupaling.

Topics:
Training
drupal
drupal 8

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