Upcoming Joomla Events - February/March 2015
The Berlin JUG invites all Joomla users to participate in an exchange of ideas. The Berlin JUG is a group of Joomla enthusiasts including web developers, web designers and end users who use Joomla personally or professionally. This event is open to all Joomla users and is always free to attend. Learn more.
JoomlaDay South Africa is scheduled for March 6th and 7th at The Kelway Hotel. Rates are fair and organizers suggest registering early to avoid missing out. JoomlaDay South Africa is still in its infancy in terms of speakers, topics and giveaways, but you can be sure that Port Elizabeth will host a great event. Register for the JoomlaDay Port Elizabeth Newsletter to learn more about the registration process. Learn more.
JoomlaDay Denmark is an yearly event that revolves around Joomla, the most popular CMS in existence. In Denmark, there are many people using Joomla either as a web solution for private websites, business solutions or even high-end web solutions for large Danish companies and organizations. JoomlaDay Denmark seeks to unite businesses, the community and individuals for a blazing two day event. JoomlaDay Denmark is a two-day event held in Kolding. Organizers would love to see you there. Learn more.
We will be gathering once again at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge on Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15, 2015. Saturday will be regular sessions from 9am-5pm, and Sunday will be extended workshops from 10am-4pm. We'll be running a two-day beginners track called "Joomla for Beginners”. Bring a wifi-ready laptop and your enthusiasm, and get ready to learn Joomla from install to launch! AND, we’ll be holding a Pizza, Bugs and Fun session with Roland Dalmulder. Join us for two full days of Joomla! Learn more.
The second annual JoomlaDay Ribeirao Preto is coming to the University of Ribeirao on March 20th & 21st. Organizers would love to see you there. Learn more.
JoomlaDay™ events are officially recognized, but not organized, by the Joomla!® Project and Open Source Matters, Inc. Each event is managed independently by a local community. The Joomla! name and logo is used under a limited license granted by Open Source Matters, the trademark holder in the United States and other countries.
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