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Digital Platforming Conversations: Less Mess, More Platforming - Stop Building One Off Sites
Hosted by the FFW Center of Excellence
Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11 AM - 12 PM EST
You’re wasting time building websites one at a time with different technologies. For years large organizations have benefited from multisite installations that reuse a codebase for scores if not hundreds of individual websites. Now those and more benefits are available to businesses and organizations of all sizes through modern platforming and multisite approaches.
Join us in this special conversational series with expert developers and business strategists as we discuss the benefits, best practices and event secrets to creating and implementing a successful digital roadmap through digital platforming.
Among the many topics we'll discuss:
Saving money and time
Building smarter and more competitive web applications
Better security, accessibility, performance and usability
Agile product development
Meet your trainer
Ray Saltini has been an active member of the Drupal community since 2005 as a developer, business owner, and more recently as the Director of FFW's Center of Excellence. He helps Fortune 100 organizations adopt Drupal and has delivered training and talks in the US and Europe. Ray has spoken at community events and private engagements, and enjoys providing free and reduced-price training for users who are new to learn Drupal.
Why is this class free?
Providing this class free of charge is one of the many ways we give back to the open source community.