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Last tickets for Unconference + Symfony training - Community UnConference #1 on October 17 - 18th in Cologne

Wednesday 10 October 2012 4:50:49 pm

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 One week away from the first ezCommunity UnConference and the great news keeps coming…..

 

Great speakers – the story never ends

This UnConference can’s stop being greater and greater.  In our last blog, we announced awesome speakers like Fabien Potencier, Bård Farstad, Stig Martin Fiskå, Gilles Guirand.  We will also have Igor Vrdoljak, co-founder of Netgen, who will explain how to “build mobile application fast and easy with eZ App Factory” and the great eZ Engineering team represented by André Rømcke, Bertrand Dunogier, Damien Pobel and Jerôme Vieilledent for a fascinating insight into eZ Publish 5.

 

Symfony training – We pushed the walls out and now have a few more seats available

The 2 Day + Symfony passes sold out very quickly and due to the tremendous interest and requests we’ve managed to re-arrange location which has given us the opportunity to increase the number of people we can accommodate. However don’t delay, spaces are going very fast, only 5 more Symfony Training add-on spaces left.  At 350€ an amazing benefit to the already valuable eZ UnConference 2-Day pass. Book your pass here.

 

Partners and sponsors

Some of our partners have decided to take their partnership to the next level and support the 1st eZ Community UnConference.  A very special thanks to those already signed up as sponsors: Xrow, Ixonos and Keyteq and to SensioLabs as the main UnConference Sponsor.  During the 2 days you will have the chance to meet them, stop by their table and chat with them about their products and projects.  We’re proud to have great companies supporting and working with us.

 

Call for papers – and the winner is …

Congratulation to Joe Kepley from Blend Interactive who has been chosen to present his talk “Published in 1885 and Shared on Facebook”. During this talk, Joe will tell us how while working on  the First Church of Christ project they managed to create a new web presence and bring more than 120 years of archived content online in an unprecedented merger of print and the web. (Want to know more about it right?  Read the abstract here)

 

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