Triangle Zope and Python Users Group (TriZPUG, http://trizpug.or...)
extends an invitation to you to attend one of our annual, week-long,
ultra-low cost BootCamps.
PyCamp is the original Python BootCamp developed by a user group for
user groups. This year PyCamp is July 13-17 at the University of
Toronto, sponsored by the Department of Physics and Scryent. For
beginners, PyCamp makes you productive so you can get your work done
quickly. PyCamp emphasizes the features which make Python a simpler and
more efficient language. Following along by example speeds your learning
process in a modern high-tech classroom. Become a self-sufficient Python
developer in just five days at PyCamp!
The fifth annual Plone BootCamp takes place July 20-24 at the University
of North Carolina, sponsored by Carolina Cardiovascular Biology Center.
Learn the essentials you need to build your Plone site and deploy it.
This course is the most popular in the Plone world--for a good reason:
it teaches you practical skills in a friendly, hands-on format. Updated
for Plone 3.1 and 3.2, while still offering the core skills required for
all versions of Plone.
Come to the third annual Advanced Plone BootCamp, July 27-30 at the
University of North Carolina, sponsored by the Carolina Cardiovascular
Biology Center. Interestedin building a site using the best practices of
Plone 3? Want to advance your skills in scripting and developing for
Plone? This course covers the new technologies in Plone 3.1 and 3.2
intended for site integrators and developers: our new portlet
infrastructure, viewlets, versioning, and a friendly introduction to
Zope 3 component architecture. Now, updated for Plone 3.2 and 3.3 betas!
office: 332 Chapman Hall phone: [masked]
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599