Get Up and Running with Joomla 3!
Date: This event took place live on October 28 2014
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Whether your converting from a older Joomla version or starting a new Joomla 3 website, Ron Severdia and Jennifer Gress will guide you through an overview of the process for installation, migration, and template updates/customizations. They will also provide inside tips and best practices to make your life easier, as well as pitfalls to avoid. Register now for this informative webcast.
About Jennifer Gress
Jennifer Gress (snapdragonservices.com) has been working with Joomla! since 2006 with its beginnings in corporate America for employers. Clients began approaching her to build websites for them in January of 2010. Jennifer's skills from corporate life; project management, training and more, combined with her knowledge and experience with Joomla! make her a well rounded website building, implementer, trainer and consultant. Jennifer has worked with Joomla 1.0.x, 1.5.x, 2.5.x and Joomla 3.x and has executed many migrations from Joomla 1.5 to 2.5 or 3. Jennifer is co-leader for the Joomla! Users Group in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jenn also helps other Joomla users in the Joomla! Community Forum.
About Ron Severdia
Ron Severdia is Chief Technology Officer of the award-winning eBook company Metrodigi in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been a Creative Director on interactive branding projects-from web sites and brand identities to interactive campaigns-for clients such as HP, Verizon, Electronic Arts, Yahoo!, Visa, Walmart.com, and Apple. His prior experience includes stints as a Senior Designer and then Creative Director at Young & Rubicam, DDB, Glow, and Landor Associates. Fluent in several languages, he worked for seven years in Europe, where he won several awards for successful creative work. Ron has been using Joomla since 2006 to build sites for companies, large and small, including a worldwide branding site for Citibank and a Big Data portal for eBay.