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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Free eZ components sessions -2-
August 15, 2006 @ 07:31:44

Tobias Schlitt opens an invitation to all developers out there seeking to find out more about the eZ components system by offering two free sessions to bring you up to speed.

After the highly successful first online session about eZ components, which I made in cooperation with dynamic-webpages.de, we decided to set up another one. Even better: This time we will have 2 sessions and both for free. As last time, the first session "eZ components I" will give a general introduction to our enterprise PHP library and will guide you to the usage of eZ components.

The seconde (new) session "eZ components II" will get into more detail on 2 important components, which are not covered in the first session: eZ Template and eZ Mail.

These sessions will be offered on September 4th (Part 1) and September 6th (Part 2) and to register, simply head to their site and submit your information today. Note: all tutorials will be in German.

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