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At the end of Kevinjohn Gallagher’s very impressive online bio is his down-side - “He’s a little blunt.” And, in his keynote at the Joomla! World Conference, he did not disappoint! But, something about a guy in a kilt, we really don’t expect subtlety.
On 13th October, Joomla User Group Bangladesh arranged a meetup for the first time in Bangladesh. The event was held at the Priyo Tech Office and arranged by some energetic Joomla enthusiasts. Not all of those attendants were Joomla users, and so that was a great way to introduce more people to Joomla through this meetup. It was really mass attendance beyond our imagination and we were tight for space!
The fifth JoomlaDay Italy took place on September 29th in Turin.
at IBC Innovationsfabrikken Kolding
There are JoomlaDay events in Berlin, Germany, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Sofia, Bulgaria, Sydney Australia in October.
JoomlaDay Poland was held on Saturday and Sunday, September 22 and 23, 2012 at the Malta's Training and Conference Center in Poznań, Poland's fifth largest city. I would like to share with you a few impressions from this inaugural event.
Joomla!’s first World conference is just around the corner! Set for November 16th-18th in the heart of Silicon Valley, USA, the Joomla! World Conference brings together Joomla users, builders, and developers from around the world. For one weekend, the international Joomla community will meet for a first of its kind event in the Joomla world.
As we go into spring in the Southern hemisphere, and autumn in the North, the local Joomla! communities are organizing six JoomlaDay events in the month of September.
Cape Town, Chicago and Lomé are the cities where you will find locally organized JoomlaDay events in August.
Javier Gomez and I had the privilege to represent the Joomla! project at this year's Community Leadership Summit
in Portland, Oregon on July 14 and 15. I had a great time at this conference last year
, and I was excited to have the opportunity to return. This year's conference was better for me than last year's, and I am happy to share a few thoughts here about my experience.