End of Dojo Course nearing! What do you want to learn a bit more about?

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The last two tutorials of Dojo Course will soon come - they are already recorded. This brings us to the project works! There are many of you who enrolled to Dojo Course: it's almost time for you to submit the project work if you'd like to get a certificate of accomplishment!

To help you (and so you can also watch the last tutorials of course) we've extended the deadline of the submissions: you now have time until 20th December to submit your work. Remember that you can still request us to review your code as explained in the FAQ.

Remember: we can only grade your project and thus issue you a certificate of accomplishment if you submit your work! Also, don't forget about the short presentational video!

And now something else: on the last lesson we'll mostly hear the students of the university course present their work; however, we'll have some spare time, about half an hour. If you'd like to learn about something that we haven't covered in the course or would like to see an explanation more in-depth about a topic now it's time for you to chime in: submit your idea in a comment here! We'll evaluate the proposals and pick what is the best for that half an hour (maybe a bit more), then we'll publish this very last tutorial later. Time is short: please submit your ideas in the next 24 hours, at least until Wednesday noon, CET!

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  • Edward said Reply

    I would like to know how you can use some common modules, like farm caching with memcache, creating your own workflowitems, Remote blogging, multi tenancy, task lease, rules/scripting rules, C# scripting, anti-spam. I don't think you can explain it in just half an hour :)...

  • Zoltán Lehóczky said Reply

    Pick two from that list :-).

    • Edward said Reply

      OK, I take C# scripting and anti-spam. (I wish more people explain the incredible power of Orchard like you).

  • Zoltán Lehóczky said Reply

    Those two then, if nobody else would like to have anything else. I think I haven't even tried C# scripting myself before :-D.

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