Conference program for OpenCms Days 2013 online

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The program for OpenCms Days 2013 is now online. It features 16 interesting sessions around OpenCms presented by high-profile speakers from all over the world. The conference will take place from Monday, September 30 to Tuesday, October 1, 2013 in Cologne, Germany. This will be the largest event for the OpenCms community this year.
September 4, 2013

The complete conference program for OpenCms Days 2013 is online now. 

The web in 2013 has become more diverse than ever. Content managers face multiple challenges such as supporting or integrating social media, multiple devices, cloud based services, responsive design, and more. For OpenCms Days 2013, we have invited several high profile speakers which will showcase their state of the art solutions and prove that OpenCms is up for the task.

Register your ticket now - a limited number of seats is still available!

OpenCms Days 2013 will take place from Monday, September 30 to Tuesday, October 1, 2013 in Cologne, Germany.

Get Rolling with OpenCms 9

Alkacon Software is ready to release OpenCms 9 during this conference. Version 9 will bring improvements in many areas, but especially regarding the usability for the content manager. Several workshop workshop sessions in the conference will focus on OpenCms 9, with core developers from Alkacon Software explaining the functionality of the new version in detail. 

Bringing together OpenCms users from all over the world, OpenCms Days 2013 conference and expo will be the number one opportunity this year to exchange ideas with leading OpenCms experts and learn about OpenCms 9.

Visit http://opencms-days.org for all information on this event.

 

OpenCms Days 2013 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event is English, and all presentations will be held in English language.

 

OpenCms Days 2013 conference and expo is an event organized by Alkacon Software GmbH. The goal of the event is to promote OpenCms and strengthen the OpenCms community.