Two SilverStripe appearances at open source conference next month

Posted by Sigurd on 23 June 2009

We'll be at OSCON, the world's largest open source software conference, and we'd love to meet you there.

The conference is held in San Jose, south of San Francisco, from July 20 to 24 and attracts thousands of developers and others interested in open source. Come join one of our SilverStripe sessions!

Hear us talk about usability in open source software

OSCON Speaker Logo

We've been invited to present a 45-minute talk as part of the OSCON usability track. We presented a session at the conference two years ago and we're very excited about being accepted to present again. Drawing on our experience of working on the SilverStripe CMS and what we see elsewhere in the market, we'll speak about how to make open source web applications more user-friendly. You'll need to purchase attendance at OSCON to come to this session.

Join us for a free, public meetup on our software

Anyone interested in SilverStripe is welcome to attend a free event we're hosting the following night. This event is run as a free Birds of a Feather session at OSCON in the evening after the main daily sessions.

Whether you're technical or not, we'll provide you with an interesting overview of our software and answer any questions you have. The session is designed to let people attending OSCON discuss and learn about SilverStripe. However, the public is welcome to attend at no charge. 

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