Training

Our Alfresco University Team has been actively creating new content and courses to grow your knowledge of the Alfresco platform.  We are excited to offer six NEW training courses in each location at Summit 2014, and look forward to working with you during one of our courses.  
 
Each course is delivered on Day 1 (Sep 23 in San Francisco and Oct 7 in London) from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and lunch will be provided. Below you will find an outline of each course that includes the audience and level recommended for each course. Register today to take advantage of this valuable training opportunity!

Alfresco for End Users

Audience: End-Users
Level: Beginners

New to Alfresco? Now there’s a course at Summit just for you. This introductory course is designed for end users and others who are new to Alfresco and want some hands on experience using the system. Through a combination of learning modules and hands-on labs, students will learn the basics of the Alfresco Share graphical user interface and how to use it in their day-to-day activities. This course will take you from accessing the system through configuring it to meet your specific needs.

Register for this course in San Francisco


Developing Alfresco Applications with Apache Maven

Audience: Developers
Level: Beginners

Customizing Alfresco? This course will provide students with an introduction to the Alfresco Maven SDK.  The course will include an introduction to the Alfresco Maven Repository and hands on exercises. After taking the course, the attendees will be able to access, browse and manage the Alfresco Maven repository and write, test and deploy Alfresco customizations.

Register for this course in San Francisco or register for this course in London


Creating Custom Content Models in Alfresco

Audience: Developers
Level: Beginners

Need to design custom content models? If you’re new to Alfresco, how you model your organization’s content is fundamental to the optimum deployment of the system. This course takes you through all you need to know to design, build and deploy your own content models in order to implement your own document specializations.  In this course students will build and deploy a new content model from the ground up.

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Configuring Share to Meet Your Needs

Audience: Developers
Level: Beginners

Configuring Alfresco Share? This course is a great introduction to configuring Share to meet your specialized needs. You will learn how to configure the Share interface to display your own content models, customize the search function and how to create custom forms. Through a combination of presentations, demos and labs you will walk away with a solid understanding on how you can customize Share.

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Developing Alfresco Web Scripts Using JavaScript

Audience: Developers
Level: Intermediate

Are you a JavaScript developer?  This course is designed for JavaScript developers and will cover how to create JavaScript backed web scripts in Alfresco. This course will introduce you to Alfresco web scripts and how to integrate them with other applications to extend the functionality of Alfresco to meet your own specialized needs. Using hands on exercises and Maven students will learn how to create and deploy their own web scripts in Alfresco.

Register for this course in San Francisco


Developing Alfresco Web Scripts Using Java

Audience: Developers
Level: Intermediate

Are you a Java developer? This course is designed for Java Developers to enable them to create Java backed web scripts in Alfresco. This course will enable you to extend your knowledge of Alfresco web scripts and how to integrate them with other applications in order to extend the functionality of Alfresco to meet your own specialized needs. Using hands on exercises and Maven students will build and deploy their own web scripts in Alfresco.

Register for this course in San Francisco or register for this course in London