The second StripeCon APAC, the SilverStripe conference in the Asia-Pacific region, is coming to the capital city of Australia. The event scheduled for Friday 31 March 2017 will showcase and give you the latest updates on projects and tools developed in SilverStripe CMS/Framework.
Something for everyone
This conference is hosted by our Professional Partner, Stead Lane. It will offer something for everyone.
SilverStripe CMS/Framework is an ideal government platform that helps people engage with public service sectors easily and efficiently, making Digital Transformation happen in the sector. There will be several case studies on developing government sites with SilverStripe CMS/Framework, providing insights and lessons on how to best use SilverStripe in your work when it comes to serving the public.
The conference will focus on the open source innovation and Agile mindsets – the two aspects that are inherent to the development of SilverStripe software. There will also be technical demos, lesson sharing, and the status of the highly anticipated SilverStripe 4.
Who should attend?
Digital leaders in public sector: you can find out how digital transformation projects can unlock higher efficiencies, increased engagement and transparency.
Digital leaders in commercial enterprises: you will discover how open source innovation and Agile mindsets can lead to competitive advantage.
Developers: you will learn and get inspired by deep-diving into many awesome projects, learn more about open source code/modules and how to use them in your own projects.
Want to be part of StripeCon APAC?
- Full details: visit StripeCon APAC website
- Tickets: You can get your tickets now before they run out. Tickets are limited.
- Sponsorships: If you want to sponsor this event, get in touch with our host Adam Stead email@example.com by Wednesday 15 March 2017.
- Call for paper: Interested in giving a talk? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with information on your background, talk title, a short description of your talk, by Wednesday 15 March 2017.
Header image by JJ Harrison.