The audience I'm aiming for is as follows:
Smart persons with limited time looking for guided learning.
Each workshop will be concise, and there should be a low barrier of entry for the right participants. As a result, with very little exception, these will be online workshops.
I've put together a sign up form for those who want to be the
Lab Rats Pioneers :) Subscribe now (http://eepurl.com/toOof). Fill it out and I'll follow up with you.
$30 per person per micro-workshop.
Vote on Topics
I've set up a uservoice forum so you can up vote the topics you want to see delivered first.
Structure of a Micro-Workshop
Short. Thoroughly prepared. It should be possible to deliver a micro-workshop within 60 minutes, this includes a window of 20 minutes for questions and interaction.
The topics are all web related and are I based on things that I have attained a reasonable of facility in. So far I've identified the following topics:
- Bash Scripting Fundamentals
- Plone Content Management
- Visual Design for Developers - helping developers use CSS to make stuff look good
- CSS Baby steps for designers
- An introduction to Cloud9 IDE
All things being equal the first workshop will run on January 2, 2012
Some persons may be interested in additional guidance so I'm working on how I might be able to offer optional after workshop support.