JoomlaDay Sydney is the annual 2 day conference and workshops event, run by the Sydney Joomla User Group (SJUG), showcasing the award winning Joomla CMS (Content Management System) and associated open source and responsive internet and intranet design technology.
“The catchphrase for JoomlaDay Sydney 2013 is ‘The Responsive Event’,” says Tim Plummer, SJUG convenor and event organiser. “The theme for our presentations and workshops this year is Responsive Design, Responsive SEO and Responsive Joomla. The event will be of interest to designers, developers, administrators and users of websites for smart phones, tablets and other portable devices, as well as for traditional PCs and laptops.”
JoomlaDay Sydney 2013 features a full day conference on Saturday 19 October, with technical and business stream topics to suit different audiences, and half day workshops on Sunday 20. Tickets for the conference and workshops are sold
separately. Tickets for the Saturday conference cost $99 and for the Sunday workshops range from $88 to $198.
Saturday conference speakers include:
● Andrew Eddie, QLD (Joomla co-founder and lead developer for many years, more recently working on exciting projects at eBay)
● Shayne Bartlett, WA (Joomla co-founder and Nooku team member)
● Max Lynam, VIC (Molehill Web Works)
● Peter Bui, NSW (Joomla Beat podcast, PB Web Development)
● Tim Plummer, NSW (Author of Learning Joomla! 3 Extension Development)
● Nicolas Claverie, France (Hikashop)
● Adrien Baborier, France (AcyMailing)
Sunday workshop presenters available online: http://sydney.joomladay.org.au
Joomla is one of the world's most popular software platforms used to build, organise, manage and publish content for websites, blogs, Intranets, and mobile applications. The award-winning Open Source CMS is led by an international community of more than a half million active contributors, helping the most inexperienced user to the seasoned web developer build and maintain websites for a range of organisations, from not-for-profit and government organisations to large scale commercial enterprises.
More information: http://www.joomla.org/about-joomla.html
About Sydney Joomla User Group
The Sydney Joomla User Group (SJUG) is a not-for-profit community of newbies, experts, website designers and managers, and anyone wanting to learn more about Joomla. SJUG meets monthly to share experiences and ideas on Joomla and other open source technologies.
More information: http://www.meetup.com/Joomla-User-Group-Sydney/