Get your tickets at http://conference.joomla.org!
Thursday, November 7, 2013 – J!Party Pre-Event – 7pm to 11pm
The night before the conference we start at The Meadhall, which is close to the Marriott Cambridge hotel, for some light dinner and snacks, along with a few beverages and social activities.
Join us to meet and greet, see old friends, make new ones and unwind after your travels!
Venue: The Meadhall
Address: 4 Cambridge Center, Cambridge MA 02142
Date: 7th November 2013
Time: 7pm to 11pm
Menu: Hummus Platter, Mixed Nuts Crock, Hand Cut Chips Bowl, Hand Cut Fries Bowl, Pickled Veggie LG Ramekin, Marinated Olives LG Ramekin, Pretzel Bites Bowl, Veggie Slider Platter, Beef Slider Platter, Pork Slider Platter, Buffalo Fried Shrimp, Cheese Board.
Beverages: Beer, Wine and Sodas (an estimated 3-4 beverages per person included)
Notice:from 11 pm (or whenever our beverage budget is maxed out) you can buy additional beverages at your own expense.
Friday, November 8, 2013 – Business Day
We are very pleased to announce a special 1-day ticket for the Business Day on Friday, November 8 at this year’s Joomla! World Conference in Boston, featuring select keynote speakers Deb Nicholson from Openhatch.org, Rod Martin shares his top ten tips for running a Joomla! business that we learn from Star Trek, and Duke Speer who will be running a fast-paced, keynote session on Joomla! Ignite!
The Business Day has a specific schedule focused on the business aspects of Joomla and the appeal of Joomla by and for businesses.
Tickets are limited for the 1-day Business pass and includes both lunch and a social event dinner at the end of the day, beverages for the duration of the day, as well as a full schedule of more than 30 business-related sessions.
We aim to reach out to the local community and invite them in for an enlightening day where they can meet the Joomla! Community, developers, designers and leadership. We hope to inspire new thoughts, ideas and forge new friendships and networks between our global community and local businesses.
The schedule of the day is handpicked to focus on business angles of Joomla, website creation, designing, building and implementing. There will be a buzz of subjects like SEO, Web design, UX (User Experience), E-commerce, Management and Delegation, Project Management, Business Intelligence and many more engaging presentations that tie in both with Joomla and a business perspective.
Hurry up and get your ticket today at only $79 USD - there is a limited amount of tickets available!
Saturday, November 9, 2013 – Geek Day
Come get your Geek on! Saturday the 9th of November is Geek Day at the Joomla! World Conference where we have put together a schedule that will let your inner geek out!
We will be kicking the day off with Peter Martin and his keynote on Raspberry Pi and Joomla, Ethan Marcotte will be presenting a new view on Responsive Web Design, followed up by Kevinjohn Gallagher (in full kilt).
We have assembled more than 30 sessions during the Geek Day with subjects varying from tutorials over code workshops to web services, LESS, abstraction frameworks, google app engine and many other very geeky sessions.
We end the Geek Day with a social event dinner followed up by an open bar and Bugs, Beer and Fun with the Joomla Bug Squad into the night.
Our hope with the Geek Day is to raise the bar a little higher, and to show our community just how many interesting people with a ton of knowledge we have who are contributing to the Joomla! project. Be inspired, learn, talk, make new friendships and hopefully we will also see you contributing in the future.
Sunday, November 10, 2013 – Community Day
Let’s hug and feel good! On Sunday, November 10th we will focus on the community aspects of Joomla!
Sander Potjer, member of the CLT, will present a keynote on the coming Joomla! Volunteer Portal. Right after lunch we have a special guest, Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress, who will share some insights on the story of WordPress. At the end of the Community Day, and thereby the end of the second Joomla! World Conference, we have David Hurley who plans to “Bring Back the Mullet”!
We have assembled more than 30 sessions during the Community Day with subjects varying from Governance to Internationalization to working groups for the Webservices, UX (User Experience), UCM (Unified Content Model) and more for all the standing working groups.
The Community day is the day to feel the belonging, the sharing and the warmth of our community that consists of all the relations we all share with the project.