July 26, 2014
-- Chicago, Ill.— JoomlaDay Chicago Speakers Announced! We’re excited to announce the outstanding speakers coming to JoomlaDay Chicago hosted at the Microsoft Technology Center, located in the Aon Building at the north end of Grant Park in downtown Chicago. JoomlaDay Chicago is Saturday, August 9th, a full day of Joomla! discussion, panels and presentations from top Joomla experts and community leaders.
Kicking the day off at 9 a.m. with keynote speaker, Michael Babker, member of the Production Leadership Team, presenting The Success of Joomla! 3. He will be back later in the day chatting with Joomla! users in the intermediate track on Getting Started with the Joomla! Framework. Closing comments will be by David Hurley, Community Development Member and Production Team Member. There are 15 sessions in 3-tracks (beginners, intermediate, intermediate/
advanced) all bursting with Joomla! experts.
The day starts with Everything You Wanted to Know About Joomla! (But Were Afraid to Ask) in the beginner track presented by Mike Demopoulous, co-organizer of JoomlaDay Minnesota; The Business of Development, presented by Steven Pignataro, founder and co-owner of ‘corePHP in the Intermediate track; and Right-sizing Images - Responsive and Adaptive Techniques in a CMS, presented by Duke Speer, Trademark and Licensing Manager for OpenSourceMatters, in the Intermediate/
Advanced track. The full schedule for the day along with speaker list is now available at: http://joomladaychicago.com/program/schedule
This event is sponsored by Diamond Sponsor, Arc Technology Group; Silver Sponsors, OpenSourceMatters and Rochen Limited; and Bronze Sponsors, SiteGround and Integrated Technology and Design, Inc.
If you are interested in Joomla!, JoomlaDay Chicago is where you need to be Saturday, August 9th. Join us by signing up at: http://joomladaychicago.com
JoomlaDay™ events are officially recognized and licensed by, but not organized or operated by, Open Source Matters, Inc. (OSM) on behalf of The Joomla! Project™. Each JoomlaDay is managed independently by a local community. OSM disclaims all liability for local events or actions. Use of the Joomla!® name, logo, JoomlaDay™ and JDay™ trademarks is licensed by Open Source Matters, Inc. For more information, please visit: http://joomladaychicago.com.