Conference program for OpenCms Days 2015 published

August 18, 2015

The complete conference program for OpenCms Days 2015 is now online.

This is our seventh international OpenCms user conference, and a great opportunity for OpenCms users from all around the world to meet and exchange experiences and success stories. 

Register your ticket now - a limited number of seats is still available!

OpenCms Days 2015 will take place from Monday, September 28 to Tuesday, September 29, 2015 in Cologne, Germany.

OpenCms 10 - X Marks The Spot

Highlight of the 2015 international OpenCms user conference and expo will be the introduction of OpenCms 10. New features planned for OpenCms 10 include a new look and feel of the Workplace, an enhanced file explorer, improved template editor and many more. Several sessions will focus on advanced use cases of OpenCms 9.5 as well.

Bringing together the international OpenCms user community, OpenCms Days 2015 conference and expo will be the number one opportunity this year to learn about OpenCms 10 and 9.5 while getting in contact with leading OpenCms experts.

Visit http://opencms-days.org for all information on this event.

 

OpenCms Days 2015 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event is English, and all presentations will be held in English language.

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