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Joomla 3 Day is Next Friday

Also, don't forget that August 15th is Joomla 3 Day.

Joomla 3 Day will be like an online Joomla Day. We're going to have a series of presentations and invite people to hang out, learn and ask questions of the expert presenters. The whole day will focus on Joomla 3.

Just like any Joomla Day, we hope to cover a very broad range of topics. Here are some presentations we already have lined up:

  • Fotis Evangelou: The new version of K2
  • Tessa Mero: Joomla in Education
  • Victor Drover: Joomla 3 SEO and marketing and services
  • Bill Tomzack: Comparing the code needed for Joomla 2 and 3 extensions
  • Nick Savov: The Install from web feature in Joomla 3
  • Max Lynam and Philip Locke: Joostrap and Bootstrap 3 for Joomla 3 templates
  • Parth Lawate: Joomla 3 for Site Builders

How do I attend Joomla 3 Day?

Just follow our blog or make sure you're signed up to our newsletter. You can join the newsletter via the sign-up form at the bottom of this page. We'll announce more details as we get closer to August 15th.


About the author

Steve is the founder of OSTraining. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Steve's work straddles the line between teaching and web development.