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joomladayboston 2014

JoomlaDay Boston is the best possible JoomlaDay ever to the New England region. Event will take place on March 15 and 16 2014 and will be incredible opportunity to hear inspiring lectures, network with other Joomla! users/developers and take a look at the future of Joomla!

Join us at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts for two days of keynotes, sessions and networking. The schedule is filled with panels dedicated to Administrators, Design, Development and Joomla! Project.

 

Let’s take a quick look on what can you learn on JoomlaDay Boston:

The goal of Matt Simonsen’s talk titled "Joomla Extensions (and How to Work with Developers)" is to help users and integrators better understand extension developers and how to work with them.
Michael Babker will introduce upcoming Joomla! 3.3 release, talk about its’ new features and changes.
The session of Alicia Williams – "Grow your business with Email & Social media" – will concentrate on developing marketing plan for your business based on your unique needs.
"For tips on running large website using Joomla" goes to Brad Markle – he will talk about some problems he faced managing InMotion Hosting Support Center and some of the solutions he came up with.

And it’s only few of the sessions, talks, presentations and lectures!
See the full schedule here.

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Joomla Monster is a proud sponsor of JoomlaDay Boston. And we have two two-day tickets to give away!
If you’re certain that you want to join Joomla Day Boston please fill in the form to send us your account details.
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Please apply for the ticket till 3rd March.

Winners will be announced soon!

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