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Upcoming Webinars

Are you thinking ahead? Our webinars are designed to help give you what you need to stay ahead of the curve. We're talking developer tips and tricks for Drupal, all things WCM, customer success stories and how tos, and where the future of the web is headed.

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11:00 AM EST

fév-11-2016

With all of the new changes and improvements in Drupal 8, it is important to ensure that you are fully trained and certified on the key changes. This is where Acquia’s Drupal 8 Foundations Certification Exam comes in: a course for all Drupal 7 users to validate their understanding of the changes in Drupal 8 and call themselves fully certified on D8.

Register for this webinar with Kristina Kelley and Prasad Shirgaonkar to learn the...

Prasad Shirgaonkar - Curriculum Developer, Acquia Certification Program, Acquia; Kristina Kelly, CS Ops Co-ordinator, Certification Program, Acquia

01:00 PM EST

fév-17-2016

It’s no secret: Drupal 8 simplifies the development process. With support for object-oriented web development, PHP, Symfony, and more, Drupal 8 has been architected for developer productivity and makes development easier than ever before.

In this webinar, learn how to setup the tools to make Drupal 8 and Symfony development that much easier. Ron Northcutt, Solutions Architect at Acquia, will review some simple use cases for each tool...

Ron Northcutt - Solutions Architect; Acquia

01:00 PM EST

fév-24-2016

A great online experience is essential for success in today’s digital marketplace. The challenge is in having the resources to build, deploy, manage and scale web applications while ensuring there is adequate focus on continuing innovation, which is crucial for ongoing success.

Infrastructure-as-a-Service has helped bridge the gap. However, IT professionals are starting to realize that an end-to-end Platform-as-a-Service is the...

Andrew Kenney - VP Platform Engineering, Acquia

01:00 PM EST

mar-02-2016

In a world of beautiful graphical user interfaces (GUI), it can be easy to forget (or ignore) the comparatively ugly and boring command line. However, for those of us who have been doing web development for many years, it is often still our go-to place to get things done quickly without the distraction that a dedicated application sometimes provides. With a little bit of tweaking, the command line can actually look pretty too, while at the...

Dave Myburgh, Senior Engineer and Team Lead on acquia.com