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Meetups Around the World - Austria


SilverStripe Austria MeetupWhile SilverStripe is widely known and used in New Zealand and Australia, there are pockets of activity all around the globe. One such pocket happens to be Austria! While our best-known member is definitely Zauberfisch (German for magical fish), who is a frequent core contributor (and you may have heard his voice on SilverScoop, the SilverStripe podcast), I'm known as xeraa – bonus points if you can guess why. I have had quite a few points of contact with SilverStripe over the years.

We currently run the Austrian meetup group, which comes together every quarter. Most of the meetups happen in Vienna, but people from other parts of Austria attend on a regular basis. We also have regular participants from Slovakia, big credits to them for taking the long journey every time to talk about SilverStripe.

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Philipp Krenn, 6 December 2013

Introducing... Cam, our new Community Manager


SilverStripe Dev Community, let me introduce myself...

Hi, I'm Cam Findlay. I have just joined SilverStripe Ltd as the new Community Manager. This is a new position we haven't had before so I am very much in listen, observe and understand mode for now (only 3 weeks in!). I come from a web development background having worked in various interesting companies and running my own consulting business. I'm hoping the combination of a good understanding of SilverStripe development, the open-source landscape and a focus on people will come in handy as we look to grow the SilverStripe developer community.

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Cam Findlay, 28 November 2013

Developer Training (Wellington)


Developer Training is available in Wellington on three upcoming dates:

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Sigurd Magnusson, 15 October 2013

Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic translation enables over a billion more users


The SilverStripe CMS content editing interface has now been translated into Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic, which combined are spoken as a first language by far more people in the world than English. Download SilverStripe 3.1.1 or try it out in the demo

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Sigurd Magnusson, 9 October 2013

3.1.0 goes stable


How time flies. Our first 3.1.0 beta release was brought to you by Santa – last year. The easter bunny came empty handed, but we've been busy getting the final release into shape. Today we're proud to announce the next major milestone for SilverStripe, 3.1.0 stable. Nearly a hundred contributors have joined forces, pushing over 2000 commits. We encourage you to download 3.1.0 final, and review our changelog and upgrading guide.

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Ingo Schommer, 1 October 2013

Introducing the Static Publish Queue module


Say your name is Awesome Developer and you’ve built a website for a client. This site runs on SilverStripe, because, let’s face it, you’re awesome and you want an easy-to-use CMS for your client, a CMS that is also packed-full with useful developer features.

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Julian Seidenberg, 3 July 2013

Rapid Prototyping with SilverStripe & Foundation


Ryan WachtlGuest blogger Ryan Wachtl is an independent US-based web developer and information architect with a passion for the art of programming and the science of design. He has been building sites with SilverStripe since the early 2.2 release and organizes the SilverStripe user group in Madison, WI. You can stay in touch by following @ryanwachtl on Twitter.

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Ryan Wachtl, 29 May 2013

On to “The news!” - News via the ModelAdmin


Simon 'Sphere' Erkelens is a freelance developer, fulltime employee of We::Code in the Netherlands with a tertiary background in applied physics. Before that, Simon worked for Squal Media. He started using SilverStripe at the end of 2009. Simon has given multiple presentations on implementing Facebook API into PHP and on SilverStripe's lesser known features. Most of his personal development work is on Github.

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Simon Erkelens, 8 May 2013