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Security Training at DrupalCon Denver

Erich and Greg Talk Training

As we get ready for DrupalCon Denver in March, we want to introduce you to our trainers, and give you a sense of what will be covered in our training courses. First up, we have Security: Process, Code & Hands-On Training with Greggles (aka Greg Knaddison, Drupal Security Team Lead & Acquia's Director of Security Services).

In the video above, check out Greg and Erich Ludwig (Director, Learning Services @ Acquia) as they chat about security training, Denver restaurant recommendations, and other fun things!

As an added extra bonus preview, Greggles conducted a Webinar on Wednesday, February 1. Although you've missed that webinar "live", you can catch a recording of it forever more.

If you'd like to attend the course at DrupalCon, sign up here, and do so soon to ensure you get a spot in this class (and get the early bird discount - Drupalcon ticket prices are going up on February 21st!).

If you'd like to take a shot at winning a FREE ticket to this course, check out our DrupalCon contest. We suggest registering for training anyway (we'll reimburse you cash if you win the free training ticket) to ensure you get a seat in the course.

See you in Denver.

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