I’m really excited to announce the dates and venue of Alfresco DevCon 2020.
When: May 11-13, 2020 (optional Hackathon, May 11)
Where: Park Plaza Riverbank, London, SE1 7TJ, UK.
Cost: Early bird tickets are available now for £199 (+ fees & VAT). Book Now!
DevCon is the international technical event for Developers, DevOps and Architects using or evaluating Alfresco. Alfresco’s CEO Jay Bhatt will be present and will deliver a keynote presentation on the opening day (Tuesday, 12 May). There will be sessions focused on technical demos, best practices and deep discussions featuring some of the biggest names and brightest minds in Alfresco and across the Community. DevCon is designed to provide you with access to practical knowledge, use cases, and real-word techniques. DevCon is also a lot of fun and a great opportunity to meet others in the community.
The packed two-day conference starts with an optional pre-conference Hackathon day (Monday, May 11). We would love to see you join the Alfresco Hackathon (designed for intermediates and experts) or one of several educational courses we’ll be offering, led by the Alfresco University and our partner, ECMCore Averi.
The DevCon days (May 12th & 13th) will be filled with opportunities to learn and chat with Alfresco experts in more than 45 breakout sessions – including deep-dive sessions, fast-paced, lightning ‘Tech-Talks’, Q&A panels, and discussions with Alfresco and community leadership. DevCon 2020 will be packed with dozens of new ideas and insights to help you use Alfresco to drive innovation.
Reminder: The Call for Papers is open!
Although the DevCon audience is highly technical, we are seeking speakers with all levels of experience and expertise. Full details can be found on our submission site. Our selection committee comprises Alfresco technical staff and Order of the Bee members. Full session speakers receive a complimentary conference pass.
Really looking forward to meeting you all at DevCon 2020!
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