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Alone, you can do everything except the greatest thing. Alone, you can build a simple house but not a palace. The situation is the same with Joomla: you can't do anything marvellous without the help of others. That's where Joomla Groups come in. If you are an experienced Joomla developer or just have intention to put your wet foot in the field, I'm sure there are more you want to investigate about this growing community.
In February 2012, people will be learning about Joomla! from Bangkok to Guatemala City!
On December 3, 2011 the Joomla! Day LA
was held at the Microsoft offices in downtown Los Angeles. Based upon the modes of transportation used by the attendees, it was Joomla’s version of “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles”
. Several people flew into LA to attend/speak. I personally drove to the nearest MetroLink Train
station, rode the MetroLink train to Union Station
, then walked the last mile to the event.
- Or how Michael Met Joomla.
It happened in the days of the last weekend of October 2011. People had journeyed from around the globe and throughout the country to attend this recurring yearly event. The event would by many locals be thought of as the one weekend a year that could even measure up with Christmas itself – and this year the expected attendance numbers would climb over 200, although it was only the 2nd time the event was actually held (and thus the event became recurring).
2011 has been a very active year for the International Joomla community.
Joomla User Groups (JUGs) are one of the best ways to get involved in the Joomla community without eye strain. Meetings can take various formats and includes members from developers and administrators, to those who only know how add an article.
November will be another busy month for Joomla!Day events around the world.
Pack your bags and roll into town... here's an overview of upcoming Joomla!Day events!
On the 19th and 20th of August, the Joomla! community in South Africa (including guests from seven countries) came together in Cape Town, to share their experience, and to learn from each other.
Software Freedom Day (SFD 2011) will be celebrated world-wide on Saturday, the 17th of September 2011.