Recording from SilverStripe's OSCON

Posted by Sigurd Magnusson on 31 August 2009

OSCON, the world's largest open source software conference, was held in July 2009, and SilverStripe was there.

O'Reilly's annual open source event allows open source projects like SilverStripe to host 'Birds of a Feather' sessions as part of conference proceedings. These are informal meetings where like-minded developers can learn about and discuss technology of interest to them.

Watch a recording of SilverStripe co-founder Sigurd Magnusson talking about the SilverStripe CMS and Sapphire framework. The talk includes a brief history of SilverStripe, a look at the software interface and how the code is architected, and a summary of some projects where it has been used, including the US Democratic National Convention and the New Zealand National Broadband Map. As you can tell, the event was held on a hot Californian summer evening...

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  • Thanks for the video streaming over which Sigurd Magnusson talking about the SilverStripe CMS and Sapphire framework. The talk includes a brief history of SilverStripe, a look at the software interface and how the code is architected, and a summary of some projects where it has been used, including the US Democratic National Convention and the New Zealand National Broadband Map. I’ve learned a lot and I think SilverStripe is really part of our technology innovation, and I’m proud that they’ve been doing well. Keep up the good work and more power.

    Posted by Whitney Houston, 5 years ago

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