[Evangelism] Plone Symposium Midwest: early bird discount extended

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T. Kim Nguyen

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Apr 8, 2013, 1:33:01 PM4/8/13
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Hi everyone - we have extended the early bird registration period to next week: April 16.  

There are only 54 days to the Symposium so please take advantage of the $50 discount: sign up and make your travel and housing arrangements now!


We have some seriously awesome training arranged for you:


Don't miss this great opportunity to learn how to make use of Plone's new Diazo theming capabilities, in Chrissy Wainwright's "Plone 4 Theming" class (June 3 & 4).  Diazo ships with Plone 4.2, and with soon to be released Plone 4.3 you also get the new Diazo theme editor built in.  You owe it to yourself to learn this new, easier way to theme your sites, and to recommend this class to designers you know who have been waiting for Plone to include super-easy through the web theme installation and customization. 

Our other training classes available, all a great value:

- Fundamentals of Python, by Chris Calloway (June 2-4)
- Creating Plone Content Types with Dexterity, by Steve McMahon (June 3-4)
- Power Up Your Plone Development, by Cris Ewing (June 3-4)
- Plone 101 (June 4)
- Leading Through Change, by Dr. Curtis Odom (June 4)

Check out our jam packed schedule of talks for June 5 and 6:


We used sched.org to build the schedule, and we think you'll have fun using the service to build your own customized schedule of talks you'd like to attend. 

Don't miss Eric Steele's "State of Plone" talk on June 5, in which he will not only tell us where Plone is headed but also describe the process we use to develop the roadmap.  If you want to get the inside track on features Plone will soon ship with, or if you want to get involved in how the roadmap is decided, this is a must-see presentation. 

On June 6, Calvin Hendryx-Parker will present his talk, "Notre Dame: Seamless syndication across nested sub sites hosted in a single Plone", on how a university can manage easily the publication and distribution of shared content across multiple sites.  This is part of our larger theme of how Plone scales for large organizations, whether educational, corporate, governmental, or non-profit. 

And finally, don't forget to stay on for our sprints, June 7, 8, and 9!

Let's make this the biggest North American Plone event for 2013! :)

Kim

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