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Security update releases 3.0.12 and 3.1.11

SilverStripe version 3.1.11 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. All users of 3.1.0 and below or 3.1.11-rc1 are strongly advised to upgrade.

What's new in this version

This release includes two major fixes to the CMS and Framework, one being a critical security vulnerability, the other an issue in GridField which affects instances of SilverStripe running on servers with Suhosin enabled.

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Damian Mooyman Damian Mooyman, 19 March 2015

How SilverStripe Empowers Great Teams

Last month CEO & Co-founder Sam Minnée, CTO Hamish Friedlander and I ran a series of London events ahead of our office opening next month. Videos from these events are now available for those not able to join us in person. 

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What you missed at Webstock 2015

Webstock is New Zealand’s largest web focused conference. In 2015 it was yet again an awesome experience. The quality of the speakers and the variety of topics was fantastic. Speakers came from Australia, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, and the US, and there was a good gender balance of 8 female speakers to 13 male ones. The two days left my brain exhausted, but happy.

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Sacha Judd to join SilverStripe Board of Directors

Sacha Judd profile squareWe are delighted to announce that Sacha Judd has joined SilverStripe’s Board of Directors as an Independent Director, effective today.

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Running like clockwork: Better developer tools with the Clockwork module

A common request on the SilverStripe mailing list, forums, and user voice site over the years has been the desire for an improved developers toolbar, similar to what other frameworks such as Symfony have. These toolbars often make available extensive information about an http request - from the contents of $_SERVER, $_REQUEST, $_COOKIES, etc to logging and database queries. Many of these features are available with SilverStripe through url parameters such as ?showqueries=1 but are neither pretty nor easy to use.

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Mark Guinn Mark Guinn, 24 February 2015

SilverStripe 3.1.10 Security Release

SilverStripe version 3.1.10 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. All users of 3.1.9 and below are strongly advised to upgrade.

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Damian Mooyman Damian Mooyman, 19 February 2015

Free London Developer Training Announced For March 2015

SilverStripe's CEO and original lead developer, Sam Minnée, will be leading two 1-day SilverStripe training courses for London developers wanting to get the most out of SilverStripe. 

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SilverStripe Announces First Northern Hemisphere Office and February Events

It's shaping up to be an exciting year for SilverStripe as we open our first Northern Hemisphere office in March 2015! Our first European location will be in Central London as it serves as a perfect hub to support development agencies using SilverStripe across both the UK and Europe. With a loyal base of SilverStripe developers including three open source core committers already based in the UK, it’s exciting to see how a physical office can grow the community further. The London office will provide crucial real time and technical support for European agencies using SilverStripe helping to replicate the market presence in New Zealand.

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Nicole Williams, 3 February 2015