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JoomlaDay South Africa Cape Town 17-18 Aug 2012
Written by Jacques Rentzke   
Tuesday, 07 August 2012 17:27

The beautiful City of Cape Town will again be the venue for JoomlaDay South Africa.

The event will take place from the 17-18 August 2012 at the Pavilion Conference Centre in the V&A Waterfront.

2 Days and 2 tracks of sessions where the local Joomla! community, and International guests, can learn from each other.

The Pavilion Conference Centre

Keynote Speaker

Community Leadership Team member, Peter Martin will be the keynote speaker, and will open the event with a session on How to contribute to the Joomla community.

Kyle Ledbetter will join us via video link-up from the USA to share with us what progress was made with the new Joomla! 3.0 UX.

Other sessions

Other session topics include: How to set up a multi-language website in 10 steps; Successful Joomla migrations that don't hurt Search Engine Rankings; How to change Joomla without core hacks; What's new in Joomla! 2.5 and 3.0; Joomla! websites on mobile devices; Upgrading Joomlagov.info to Joomla 2.5 with responsive design, and many more.

JoomlaDay events

A JoomlaDay event allows end users, managers, administrators, developers and service providers to the Joomla community, to connect in various ways from listening to presentations which cover technical aspects of Joomla! to case studies on how to use Joomla! in a web environment.

Networking is also a big part of the event, and you are bound to meet people with ideas, issues and solutions which can be discussed and talked about at the event.

A look at JoomlaDay Cape Town

This 2-minute video with scenes and feedback from last year's event should give you an idea of what to expect at JoomlaDay South Africa - Cape Town.

Check joomladay.org.za for the 2012 Speaker list.

More information and Registration

Seats are limited, so register now:

http://www.joomladay.org.za

Twitter event tag: #JD12ZA

 

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 or organizer.