An Update on Drupal 8 Classes at OSTraining

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The Drupal 8 Beginner Class is Here and is Free

Just over 1 month ago, on November 19th, the Drupal community released Drupal 8.

However, the practical kick-off for Drupal 8 was two weeks earlier on November 4th with the launch of Release Candidate 3. That was the first time that Drupal 8 was stable enough for end-users and for trainers like us to start creating lessons. 

Since then, Rod and Robert, our Drupal trainers, have been hard at work producing some really great Drupal 8 videos.

If you want to learn Drupal 8, here's an overview of what's available to you now and what's to come:

What's available to watch right now?

These two classes are available to watch today:

There are two more classes coming this week:

  • Installing and configuring a new Drupal 8 site
  • Backups and restorations with Drupal 8

The roadmap for the first half of 2016

Here's a roadmap of what we have planned over the next few months:

  • Drupal 8 Intermediate skills
  • Drupal 8 theme development
  • Drupal 8 layout modules
  • Drupal 8 module development
  • Drupal 8 site, module and theme updates
  • Drupal 8 performance, showing how to make your site run as quickly as possible.
  • Drupal 8 security, explaining how to keep their Drupal sites safe from hackers and spammers.
  • Upgrading a site from Drupal 7 to 8 
  • Upgrading a module from Drupal 7 to 8 
  • Upgrading a theme from Drupal 7 to 8

There will be extra classes beyond that list and there are also new classes coming on Drupal 7, including the much requested Drupal 7 module development class.

All-in-all, we have a very busy roadmap for Drupal classes over the next 6 months. 

If you're not a member yet, please consider joining us to support the creation of the very best Drupal 8 training.

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About the author

Steve is the founder of OSTraining. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Steve's work straddles the line between teaching and web development.