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If you plan to attend all the Joomla! events over the next few months, your journey will take you from Europe to South America, and on to Africa.
Amidst the tranquil backdrop of JoomlaDay Netherlands, the Joomla "Doktors" donned their white jackets and sat down to help folks with what was ailing them, be it code, a question or a quick session on fixing a problem with a site. At one point, we had ten people around the table, of which eight were women.
We had a great turn-out and a high percentage of women (26.6%) at the first JoomlaDay Boston held on March 16 at the Microsoft NERD Center.
There’s not much time left until the start of the JoomlaDay™ events for the month of March, 2013 so I hope you have your tickets booked for: JoomlaDay Gabon
(March 07), JoomlaDay Boston
(March 16), and Joomladay France
(March 22). You won't regret it! There are many more events for April and May 2013.
Holding a Pub Night "north" at the top of the Yonge subway line, in 2009 I ventured south to my first Joomla User Group Toronto (JUGT) event.
The JUG Pune & JUG Mumbai had organised the 3rd Joomla! Day in Mumbai, and what an event it was! We had Ryan Ozimek, David Hurley, Ofer Cohen and more than half a dozen speakers from various parts of India. We also had an enthusiastic audience from far corners, and all of them were more than willing to soak in every bit of the knowledge the community wished to impart. The Joomla Handshake #jhandshake too was ideated, you can view the video on Ryan's Vine.
It's that time again! On the 21st of September 2013 the Joomla!Club
has organised the second JoomlaDay, to take place this time in the Swiss capital Berne. In addition to many well-known speakers, around 200 participants are expected from all over German-speaking Europe. The 2nd JoomlaDay will be held under the motto: „Simply Joomla! - Einfach Joomla!“. Brian Teeman, Sander Potjer and Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos from AkeebaBackup will be speaking on a variety of themes related to the current year's motto.
JoomlaDay™ events are officially recognized, but not organized, by the Joomla! Project and Open Source Matters, Inc (OSM). Each event is managed independently by a local community.
Back in 2012 a group of crazy folks got together and decided it was high time that a Joomla User Group be founded in Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro is a city in in Brazil, located in South America. Interest in the Joomla platform is growing in Rio, thus the need for those of like Joomla mind be joined together so that knowledge can be growing at the same time as interest in the Joomla platform.
The JUGs (Joomla! User Group) would like to create a category on the Joomla Community Magazine in order to have an open channel between the JUGs and the rest of the Joomla community at large. What is your JUG up to? Become an author and submit an article
and share what your JUG is doing with the Joomla! Community.