Upcoming Joomla! Events
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.
JoomlaDay Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013
The clock is counting down to the start of JoomlaDay Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013, this weekend from the 3rd to the 5th of May 2013.
There's a good mix of local and international Joomla! speakers at this event:
Brian Teeman, Jean Marie Simonet, Max Milbers, Radek Suski, Sigrid Suski, Nicholas Dionysopoulos, David Hurley, Edin Mehić, Enis Šahinović, Emir Sakić, Adnan Kurtović, Admir Agić, Phil Taylor, Bojan Nišević, Dantes Delić, Sander Potjer.
Safe travels to everyone who's attending the event!
The first weekend of June, from Friday the 31st of May to Sunday the 2nd of June, at the NH Conference Centre in Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands, it's time again for Jandbeyond. While technically not a JoomlaDay, this non-commercial event is definitely all about Joomla!
Jandbeyond is an international conference for the Joomla! community, by a group of volunteers in the Joomla! community.
The event was first organized in 2010, and has become something to look forward to each year.
This year's program offers 59 speakers from over 20 countries.
More information at http://jandbeyond.org
JoomlaDay São Paulo/SP, Brasil
The JoomlaDay Sao Paulo will be held on 5 and 6 July in São Judas Tadeu University - Campus Mooca. It will be regional meeting of Joomla users that has as main objective the strengthening of Joomla CMS in the state of São Paulo and also in the states of southeastern Brazil.
JoomlaDays in Brazil have a long and rich history, with the first JoomlaDay Brazil that was organized in 2007.
For more information, visit http://www.joomladaysp.com.br
JoomlaDay Kenya 2013
The second JoomlaDay in Kenya is planned for Nairobi City, on the 17th of July 2013.
The Kenya populace is very diverse and largely connected to internet via Mobile phones. This year having witnessed a tremendous growth in blogging and need for online content in Kenya, the organizers of the event want to focus on how Joomla! can be used to enrich the delivery of online content.
If you are interested in becoming involved, or helping to Sponsor this event, go to: http://www.joomladay.or.ke
For help and information on organizing a JoomlaDay event
For more JoomlaDay events, and Joomla! User Group (JUG) meetups, visit: http://events.joomla.org