Training: Mastering Plone 5 Development

There will be a Plone Training in Munich, Germany on 2. - 6. March 2015

Mastering Plone 5 Development. A five-day in-depth course about customizing and developing Plone with a special focus on Plone 5.

Information and sign-up:

During this five-day training we will teach how to

... use the new features of Plone 5 for maximum effect
  ... customize and extend Plone 5 to make it do exactly what you want
  ... use the current best-practices to become a Plone superhero

The training will be devoted to Plone-development using the current best-practices like dexterity, plone.api and testing to make developing with Plone fun. It is for people who have some experience using and customizing Plone. Basic Python is a requirement.

In addition to the topics that are already part of the syllabus (see we will add many exercises and the following topics that were not part of a training before:

  • Testing: How to test everything using and robot-framework
  • Forms: Building forms and control-panels with z3c.form
  • Relations: How to work with relations, the relation_catalog

Please note: Plone 5 is currently still in alpha-state, but we are optimistic it will be in a pretty stable state by the time of the training. The documentation for the training ( will be updated in time before the training.

We will give the training as a team of two Trainers. This way you'll receive a 1-on-1 training as soon as something works differently than expected. This is not possible with a single trainer and something that adds a lot of insight when something does not work as expected.

If you have questions please cass us at +49 (0)89 - 189 29 533 or send a mail to We would love to have you at the training.

2. - 6. March 2015

9:00 - 18:00

Schwanthalerstr. 80
80336 München

Philip Bauer
Patrick Gerken


EUR 1500.-* per person (plus VAT)

  • Please contact us if you are eligible for a 30% discount (e.g. you're a student, attendend the Plone Conference or a previous training, work for a non-profit, come from very far or are a contributing member of the Plone Community).

Philip Bauer