March 28, 2012
OpenCms Days 2012 will take place from Monday, September 24 to Tuesday, September 25, 2012 in Cologne, Germany.
This 4th annual gathering of OpenCms users will focus on success stories and projects based on OpenCms 8. Experts from around the world will share their experiences with this latest OpenCms release. Alkacon will also unveil Version 8.5 of OpenCms which will contain several enhancements.
OpenCms Days 2012 conference will feature 2 parallel tracks with Showcase and Workshop sessions.
The previous OpenCms Days have shown that this event is the best occasion to meet and mingle with OpenCms experts such as core developers, experienced consultants, independent CMS analysts, executive decision makers and other OpenCms users. Especially the conference’s expo provides a great chance for sponsors to establish new business contacts and to get in touch with the OpenCms community.
OpenCms Days 2012 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event is English, and all presentations will be held in English language.
Early bird registration (until June 30): 180,- Euro
Normal registration (after July 1st): 200,- Euro
The full program and list of speakers will be available July 1st, 2012 from the conference website.
OpenCms Days 2012 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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