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Drupal 8 Content Migration Training at DrupalCon Seattle

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Agaric is facilitating a full day training at DrupalCon Seattle to help you understand how to import content into your to Drupal 8 website.  It's the latest in our series of migration trainings.

This training is open for attendees with intermediate experience with Drupal– familiarity with installing a Drupal site and installing modules. We will use the Migrate API and related modules, which allows users to migrate content without writing any code.

With six instructors we will ensure no one gets left behind. Instead everyone will get the attention they need.

Attendees will learn to:

  • Import data from CSV and JSON files.
  • Transform data to populate taxonomy, date, image, file, and address fields.
  • Get content into Paragraphs.
  • Debug migration errors.

The training price is $450. Space is limited so we do encourage registering as soon as possible to ensure your spot.

As a web development cooperative that champions free software, we're passionate about migrations. It is a way to better understand Drupal's codebase, tap into the power of new features and build community. We have successfully migrated multiple sites to Drupal 8 and look forward to sharing our experience with you.

This training has sold out but please get in touch to be the first to know about future opportunities!

UPDATE: The DrupalCon Seattle training SOLD OUT a few days after we posted the details on the DrupalCon Seattle 2019 website! There were 45 trainees and six trainers - the Agaric team was joined by Leslie Glynn, the recipient of the 2019 Aaron Winborn Award, presented in the DriesNote! Leslie has been a volunteer at just about every Drupal event we have attended and she is well versed in many aspects of Drupal. It was a real pleasure to have her help on the mission to get people's hands and minds on the Drupal 8 migration process.

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