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2017 is on the way out, and now we are looking forward to a very bright year for web design and Joomla! Design styles over the past few years have been shifting toward the more minimal model, and the web is looking very standardized at the moment, but some new and familiar trends will make a significant impact in 2018.
Dec 2017
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Em 2017 depois de alguns anos, sendo mais direto, a última pesquisa saiu em 2013. Fez aniversário  Com isso resolvi mais uma vez fazer esta pesquisa. A ideia é a mesma, conhecer melhor a comunidade. Entender melhor a comunidade, quem são as pessoas por trás dela ? Temos os resultados, alguns comentados e outros não! Boa leitura.  
Dec 2017
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This was the motto of this year's JoomlaDay Poland 2017! This two-day event is an annual event for users and fans of this amazing content management system. Every year it is organized in another place, and this time we met in the capital of the West Pomeranian Province - in Szczecin.
Dec 2017
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October has arrived and the Joomla Community Magazine Team is proud to bring the October issue. Read, comment and share. We thank all our readers for their support.
Oct 2017
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JoomlaDay Chicago 2017 was held on Saturday, September 23rd on an unseasonably warm 90+ degree Chicago day. The event included three tracks one for beginners, one for seasoned users and one for those seeking certification.
Oct 2017
The Joomla! Optimisation Team is taking part in a SEO Contest in Germany and we need your help to win it!
Oct 2017
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The eye of Hurricane Irma passed over the tiny island of St Maarten, taking lives and leaving most on the island homeless.  Sandra Decoux (Thevenet) was lucky to survive, unfortunately, however her house and car were badly damaged.
Oct 2017
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Every year in August the Institute for Information Sciences located at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen in Gießen, Germany organises the Web Programming Weeks. The Web Programming Weeks are also known as WPW and lasts two weeks. The aim of the WPW is to give students practical experience working on real-life issues and at the same time help out the Joomla! project.  
Oct 2017
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September is here and we bring you another issue of JCM with news from and to the global Joomla Community. Also, we expect the release of Joomla 3.8 to happen towards the end of the month. Read, comment and share. We thank all our readers for their support.
Sep 2017
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