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This Drupal 7 training class on is suitable both for users who are new to Drupal 7 and those who want to broaden their Drupal skills. You'll learn best practices for how to make custom content types and use Views as well as use the block system and taxonomy to organize content. You'll also be able to create custom pages, blocks, and RSS feeds on your site. Building calendars and using popular modules to execute complex, dynamic queries of content is also covered in depth.
Course Dates: September 11-12, 2017
Location: Online or Washington, DC Classroom
Audience: Anyone looking to learn Drupal for their agency, company or organization
This class is taught by Acquia Certified Instructors using the Acquia certified training curriculum by Acquia's #1 Training Partner.
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Veterans looking to start a new business can now not only take advantage of resources from the Veterans Administration (such as working with the Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utiliazation), but they can get coaching and heavily discounted software from HubSpot. HubSpot is a leading maker of sales and marketing software for businesses looking to grow.
When Phoenix Companies, LLC wanted to improve customer and client engagement they hired Fig Leaf to migrate their website from Wordpress to Drupal. The Phoenix Companies brand provides end-to-end design and delivery of custom computer enclosures for government and businesses in the United States.
The foundation of the new company was the TEK-AM Machine Shop, a Virginia company that had continuously operated as a machine shop for over 50 years. In conjunction with the migration from Wordpress to HubSpot COS, Phoenix desired to utilize the HubSpot Growth Stack to engage and delight customers and visitors.
Upon kick-off, Fig Leaf worked closely with Phoenix to perform an Inbound Marketing Assessment and strategy audit of the company's existing systems, website content and sales processes. Fig Leaf completed the audit, recommended an implementation plan and began implementing changes and updates based on agreed upon business goals.
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When Phoenix Companies, LLC needed a firm to support their corporate growth and re-branding, they turned to Fig Leaf. The company's CEO, Sina Sabet, had recently acquired several small businesses and consolidated them under the Phoenix Companies brand to provide end-to-end design and delivery of custom computer enclosures for government and businesses in the United States.
Fig Leaf has been developing ColdFusion websites and applications since version 1.0 when our founders, Steve Drucker and Dave Watts, wrote the ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit books with Ben Forta. With the launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS) our team began deploying ColdFusion websites and applications in the cloud as an Amazon Consulting Partner.
Author, Entrepreneur and Keynote Speaker, Dan Quiggle hired Fig Leaf to implement a new professional website on the HubSpot COS in conjunction with the launch of his successful new podcast, "Garage to Goliath".
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- Moving to the Cloud with Amazon EC2 / Amazon GovCloud
- Getting Started with Drupal 8
- Migrating from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8
- Creating a voice interface to your data with Amazon Alexa Services
- Easy Restful Web Service API development and management
- Developing custom applications with Salesforce.com Lightning Components
- Leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT)
- Programming Best Practices (Node JS, ECMAScript 7, Sencha Ext JS, Adobe ColdFusion)
- Introduction to AI with IBM Watson
- Developing microservices in the cloud with Amazon Lambada and Heroku
- Adobe Acrobat / 508 Accessibility
- Creating a Citizen Centric Journey with inbound marketing
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Topics: 508 Compliance, Accessibility, Internet of Things (IoT), Amazon Alexa, Adobe Acrobat, IBM Watson, Drupal 8, NodeJS, ECMAScript, Sencha, Ext JS, Adobe ColdFusion, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Hosting, Amazon Lambda, Heroku, Salesforce, Salesforce Lightning, HubSpot, Inbound Marketing, CRM, CMS
In this two (2) day course taught by Fig Leaf Software and designed by Acquia, you'll learn how to get custom functionality using Drupal 7's hook system, as well as how to extend or alter contributed module functionality. You should have prior experience using custom content types, Views, and Panels to create websites but may have never built your own module. You will start by writing a simple module and work your way into writing a complex module, step by step using Forms API, Schema API, all of the top ten Drupal hooks, and creating custom database tables. You also learn how to insert and extract data using Drupal's core database abstraction layer and modify contributed modules using patches by using best practices, security techniques, conventions and coding standards.
Course Dates: May 25-26
Location: Washington, DC and Online
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