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2012 Drupal Day #1

Drupal Day #1: Friday, February 24, 2012

As you may have seen, the Drupal Association is going to be promoting global synchronized Drupal training ("Create Blocks . . . NOW!") throughout 2012.

We were very excited to hear this. In 2011, we trained almost 1,000 people in the basics of Drupal through our HelloDrupal program in 12 countries and 19 cities. So we can only imagine how many people we can train in combination with the entire Drupal community!

So excited in fact, that we got ahead of the bandwagon along with some other eager beavers.

So - we'll be running "Drupal in a Day" training at our HQ in Boston (still room - register!) this Friday along with other events happening globally.

Like in:
Portland, OR
Orlando, FL
Dublin, Ireland [SOLD OUT!! - or "Free'd" OUT in this case]
Minneapolis, MN
Bordeaux (France)
Dakar (Senegal)
Saint-Louis (Senegal)
Nairobi, Kenya
Kampala, Uganda

Other (paid) training will also be happening in these locations:
Kawasaki, Japan
Leuven, Belgium
Geneve, Switzerland
Chicago, IL
Boston, MA
Washington, DC
Washington, DC

THere are still spots in most of these courses - so REGISTER! Promote to your friends (use #drupalinaday in all your promo)!


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