Training @ DrupalCon & Beyond

Wow! It's been an exciting three days so far of DrupalCon. Trainings, meetings, presentations, BOFs, keynotes, booth time, parties, and time with old (and new) friends. For me, I've been meeting partner after partner and getting excited about the year to come.

Before I get to more recap though, I want to highlight a couple events coming up in the coming weeks.

First, our Partner Isovera is at the Computer in Libraries conference happening in Washington, DC. They want to remind everyone especially in Boston of an opportunity to take "Drupal in a Day" on March 30.

There are also two other training events happening on March 30 - a Drupal Gardens in a Day training event happening Kawasaki, Japan and a Drupal for Developers training event happening in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

And also coming up shortly, on April 3, Drupal will take over San Francisco as part of the Non-Profit Technology Conference. There will be an all-day Drupal event happening before the conference, which several of our partners (including OpenSourcery) will be attending. If you are close to SF, please get over there and attend.

Now to the mid-cap of DrupalCon, which I write in the middle of a great session being delivered by my colleague Jacob Singh.

First off, let's start with training. DrupalCon Training on Monday consisted of 15 events, and had attendance of over 400 people. Acquia ran two of these courses (Security & Making the Switch), and we had several partners run courses as well. Total success.

Otherwise, I've been having some great meetings with existing and potential training partners, so look for some great events coming up - some of which are published and some will be published in the coming days. For example, Drupal Training in Estonia!

We'll also be posting even more training all over the USA, Europe, Canada and South America, so please do keep your eye on our events listing page.

I'll be posting more updates shortly!

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