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Happy Partners at Alfresco Summit 2013

Could it already be time to start talking about Alfresco Summit 2014? Yes, indeed! I am pleased to announce that this year’s conference will take place in San Francisco on September 23rd, 24th, and 25th and London on October 7th, 8th, and 9th! Start making plans to attend now because you won’t want to miss this extraordinary event aimed at both business and technical users. Registration, venue, and pricing information will be announced soon.

The detailed schedule is subject to change but the plan right now is to run the conference with a similar flow as last year. The first day, a Tuesday at both events, is an optional day dedicated to training, a hack-a-thon, and other meetings. Tuesday night we’ll have a welcome reception for everyone and then the main conference will kick off Wednesday morning.

Wednesday and Thursday will be two full days of visionary keynotes, conversations with customers, business tracks, technical tracks, and a solution track.

Wednesday night we’ll have an unforgettable party. The Marketing team tells me they are planning something new and different for that evening–I’m looking forward to seeing what they come up with.

Thursday will be another full day of keynotes, product demos, and breakouts with a closing plenary session at the end of the day. With the conference happening two months earlier than last year it means it is already time to start thinking about submitting a speaking proposal. We are now accepting proposals for presentations. Submit your proposal here. To learn more about what makes a good speaking proposal, see my blog post on ecmarchitect.com.

Alfresco Summit is always such a great way to network and learn from others and the energy at the event is just amazing. All of us at Alfresco are looking forward to seeing all of you again this year in London and San Francisco!

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About the author

Jeff Potts

Jeff Potts

Jeff Potts is the Chief Community Officer of Alfresco Software. Jeff has been working with Alfresco since 2005 and has 20 years of content management, document management, and collaboration experience. Jeff wrote the first developer-focused book on Alfresco, the Alfresco Developer Guide, and recently co-authored CMIS & Apache Chemistry in Action. Follow Jeff on his blog at http://ecmarchitect.com.

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