dotCMS BOOT CAMP 2010 – April 13-15
Jan 12, 2010
dotCMS, a leading Java-based, open source WCM software company, announced today that Boot Camp 2010 will take place April 13 - 15 at the Mondrian Hotel in Miami Beach.
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The dotCMS BOOT CAMP 2010 is about creating business value by bringing the community of dotCMS users together to learn, share and grow. The dotCMS community remains one of the most important elements of the dotCMS ecosystem, and Boot Camp is the forum for an annual meetup.
Boot Camp has been designed with separate tracks for Management and Developers. Training, best practice case studies and roundtable discussions will be included. A particularly timely topic of the conference will be in-depth reviews and training in support of v1.9 (due to launch Q1). This will be the first time v1.9 is fully reviewed in a public forum.
Sessions will be lead by dotCMS staff, dotCMS customers and a select number of guest speakers.
To register for Boot Camp, visit http://www.dotcms.org/conference/2010
dotCMS is a leading, open source content and customer experience management platform for companies that want innovation and performance driving their websites and other content-driven applications. Extensible and massively scalable, both small and large organizations can rapidly deliver personalized and engaging content across browsers, mobile devices, channels, second screens and endpoints -- all from a single system.
Founded in 2003, dotCMS is a privately owned US company with offices in Miami, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts and San Jose, Costa Rica. With a global network of certified development partners and an active open source community, dotCMS has generated more than a half-million downloads and thousands of implementations and integration projects worldwide. Notable dotCMS customers include: Telus, Standard & Poors, Hospital Corporation of America, Royal Bank of Canada, DirecTV, Thomson Reuters, China Mobile, Aon, and DriveTest Ontario.