March 30, 2016

Drupal Global Training Day 2016 Budapest

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Cheppers Zrt.

Global Training Days is an initiative of the Drupal Association, organized quarterly in several cities around the globe. This event is a great opportunity to make attendees familiar with the basics of Drupal, the content management system. The goal of the training is to introduce Drupal to a wide audience, and teach attendees 'how to Drupal' in an introductory training. If you already know how to use Drupal, but you still have some questions, this is also the right place to ask them.

Drupal Global Training Day 2016 Budapest

Why Drupal?

Drupal is an open source content management system for building websites and online services. The platform is supported by a large international community that continuously maintains and develops it. The biggest advantage of Drupal is its flexibility, as it is fully customizable in looks and behaviour. There are thousands of modules and extensions available for the users. Among many others, Drupal is the platform of choice for Sony Music, the White House, and also for NASA.

This spring, the event will take place in Budapest, on April 9, between 10-5PM. The training will be conducted by the Drupal developers of Cheppers, and will be in English as well if there are people interested. The training is free, but you will need to bring your own laptop. Information about how to prepare will be sent out in an email a few days prior to the event.

Register here:

Date and time: April 9, 2016, 10AM-5PM

Location: Cheppers office, 1137 Budapest, Szent István krt. 22. 3/3. (Map)

See you in April!

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