April 1, 2009
OpenCms Days 2009 will take place from Monday, June 15 to Tuesday, June 16 in Cologne, Germany.
The complete conference program for OpenCms Days 2009 is now available at the conference website. The program features 19 sessions with numerous high-profile speakers from all over the world. OpenCms Days 2009 will be the largest event for the OpenCms community this year.
Update: The complete conference program is now available for download as a PDF file.
Register your ticket now - only a limited number of seats are available!
Regular conference registration price: 200,- Euro
This year's OpenCms Days motto is "Using OpenCms to cut costs in times of recession". Analysts agree that a way to reduce IT costs is using Open Source Software. OpenCms certainly is a viable option to reduce IT and web marketing costs, and the 2009 conference will focus on this issue.
Be there to meet and mingle with leading OpenCms experts such as core developers, experienced consultants, executive decision makers and other OpenCms users.
OpenCms Days 2009 conference will feature 2 parallel tracks with Business and Technical sessions:
At the OpenCms Days 2009 conference expo, OpenCms solution providers will exhibit their OpenCms business solutions and enhancements.
OpenCms Days 2009 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event is English, and all presentations will be held in English language.
OpenCms Days 2009 conference and expo is an event organized by Alkacon Software GmbH. The goal of the event is to promote OpenCms and strengthen the OpenCms community.
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