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Nathan McMinn has posted links to the new open source projects created during the DevCon Hack-a-Thons. Thanks to everyone who participated in the hack-a-thon. It worked so well, I can definitely see us doing it again next year.
The session recordings from DevCon San Jose are now live. You can get to them by browsing to a specific session page on the DevCon web site or head over to this YouTube playlist. Thanks again to Blue Fish Group … Continue reading
If you are already in San Jose for Alfresco DevCon, please join us this evening for drinks and appetizers at 5:15pm near Salon V. Also, avoid the rush and pick up your badge this evening until 8:00pm.
Based on the popularity of these sessions in Berlin, Will Abson and Gabriele Columbro will be giving their respective sessions, Develop Great Dashlets and Alfresco & Maven, once at their originally scheduled times on Wednesday and again on Thursday. Gab’s … Continue reading
DevCon Berlin was incredible. We had 398 attendees from all over the world for the main conference (pics) and 70 turned up for Activiti Day (pics). It was great catching up with members of the community in-person. I’m looking forward … Continue reading
Andy Hunt, Alfresco Support Engineer, is going to help you figure out what’s going on with your Alfresco Transformations at DevCon. Get links to Andy’s session abstracts on his speaker page.
Dave Caruana, Alfresco’s Chief Architect, lists some of the new features Engineering has been working on that will be covered in detail at the up-coming DevCon. Catch up with Dave and his team during Engineering Office Hours at the conference!
Mike Farman, Alfresco’s Product Manager for the repository, is looking forward to DevCon because it gives attendees the chance to provide much needed feedback on the direction of the platform. You can catch up with Mike during Engineering Office Hours. … Continue reading
If you are participating in the optional Training or Hack-a-thon events taking place in Berlin on Monday, November 5, or you just happen to be arriving in Berlin the night before the main conference starts, please plan on joining us … Continue reading
Brian Remmington, Alfresco’s VP of Engineering, says that Alfresco’s passionate community is the lifeblood of DevCon. He says that the entire company is looking forward to discussing the platform’s direction with attendees. Catch Brian and the rest of the Engineering … Continue reading