Mark Rogers is doing a session on CIFS–you’ll find out what went into the recent refactoring effort.
Mark also predicts that you will have at least one conversation at DevCon that’s likely to pay for your whole trip. Have you been struggling with CIFS? If so, that payback conversation might be the one you have with Mark. Check his speaker page for more details.
If you signed up to take part in an Alfresco Training class the day before DevCon starts in either Berlin or San Jose, the high-level schedule has now been posted on the DevCon sessions page. Here it is:
10:30-10:45 Break (or around that time)
03:30-03:45 Break (or around that time)
If you need to get trained up on Alfresco, it is not too late to sign up for training day. It is definitely recommended for people brand new to Alfresco.
I’m excited to announce the addition of a new course to the DevCon pre-conference training course catalog for San Jose: Crafter Rivet Training Course.
If you are going to be managing a web site or mobile site that uses the Crafter Rivet Web Content and Experience Management application that is built on Alfresco, you’re going to want to attend this all-day, hands-on workshop. By the end of the course you’ll know how to use Crafter to build a web site in under 30 minutes. The course also covers creating content models, authoring web forms, developing page templates, and using in-context editing tools to build and preview sites built either for the web or iOS devices.
You can learn more about the Crafter Rivet workshop as well as the other pre-conference training offerings on the training page of the DevCon web site.