Early-bird pricing for Joomla! Day DC 2010 expires soon

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On October 16th, the 2010 Joomla! Day DC will take place in Washington DC.

People are traveling from the District of Columbia, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, Nebraska, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas to go to this event.

They're even expecting visitors from England and Greece! (I think I know who that is, btw - lol).

Make sure you register before the early-bird pricing expires. This will be a great event.

Varied topics and experienced speakers

Among the speakers for this event, are Ryan Ozimek (president of Open Source Matters), Jen Kramer, Brian Teeman, Cory Webb, Joe LeBlanc, Steve Burge, and others.

The topics of Joomla! Day DC 2010 are many:

  • Website Strategy
  • Template Development
  • CCK Components
  • CRM Tools (to help you keep in touch with your constituents)
  • Social Networking Tools (start a campaign!)
  • Security (good enough for the military, and good enough for your site)
  • Extension Development
  • ...and many, many more!

See the complete program here

Really nice website

The Joomla! Day DC 2010 website is among the mest I've seen for any Joomla event.

I really like it when someone takes it upon themselves to give such a site a unique look, and not just use a stock Joomla! template. Makes the site look so much better and I believe it 'sells' better, too.

Early-bird pricing

For a limited time, Joomla! Day DC is being offered at $49.95. I think this is a price that should keep everyone's budget balanced. This special offer is made possible by a public-private partnership involving the generous sponsors.

As Joe LeBlanc puts it: "This monumental event will reinforce your rights and responsibilities as a citizen of the Joomla! community. Do your civic duty by making plans to join us this fall. Declare your independence from proprietary software by registering today"

Sign up for Joomla! Day DC 2010 before the early bird rate expires on August 31st.

Read 2793 times Originally published on Friday, 27 August 2010 09:03
Last modified on Friday, 27 August 2010 10:13
 
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