Alexander Kandzior

AlexanderKandzior

CEO
Alkacon Software GmbH
Germany

Alexander is CEO of Alkacon Software GmbH and leading OpenCms core developer.

Being the original architect, Alexander invented OpenCms back in 1998. Since then, he is an active developer and contributor to the project. He also was responsible for the "open sourcing" of OpenCms in 2000. End of 2001, he founded Alkacon Software with the goal to focus exclusively on high quality OpenCms consulting and development. Today, Alkacon Software is the official maintainer of the OpenCms core development, currently serving over 100 customers all over the globe.

Working with OpenCms since more than 10 years, Alexander has been involved in literally hundreds of OpenCms projects worldwide. He also has developed significant portions of the OpenCms core system, for example the XML content API, the full text search integration and the image scaling.

Latest News

  • OpenCms 11.0 Beta available

    Nov 11, 2018 - OpenCms 11.0 Beta provides you with a comprehensive overview about the features of the next OpenCms generation. Try out this pre-release version before OpenCms 11.0.0 is published, which is expected by the end of Q1 2019. OpenCms 11 brings a major update for the workplace providing better usability and performance. Further enhancements include automated image generation, core support for dynamic contents lists and meta-mappings for SEO.

  • OpenCms 11 Beta Release Notes

    Nov 11, 2018 - The OpenCms 11 Beta release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this beta version.

  • OpenCms 10.5.4 available

    May 17, 2018 - While the Alkacon team is currently working hard on OpenCms version 11, another maintenance release 10.5.4 for OpenCms 10.5 is now ready for download, fixing some security issues. A new version of Alkacon OCEE for 10.5.4 is also available.

  • OpenCms 10.5.4 Release Notes

    May 17, 2018 - The OpenCms 10.5.4 release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this version.