Some weeks ago I posted my first arti­cle about adaptTo() 2012.
I am really excited now to share this update, for a cou­ple of reasons:

  1. To let the com­mu­nity know adaptTo() 2012 is sold out;
  2. To let you know we have a ter­rific agenda and to share the details of it;

But let’s start with a bit of background.

adaptTo() is a tech­ni­cal meetup focused on the tech­ni­cal stack of Apache Sling includ­ing Apache Jackrab­bit and Apache Felix and is intended for all devel­op­ers using this stack or parts of it. Addi­tion­ally, a few ses­sions will also be specif­i­cally focused on Adobe CQ, which is based on the stack.
It is at its sec­ond edi­tion and it will take place in Berlin on Sep­tem­ber 26–28.
Fur­ther details are avail­able on the offi­cial web­site of the event.

So first: adaptTo() 2012 is already sold out, with a dou­bled num­ber (100+) of reg­is­tra­tions since 2011. This is the result of the good word-of-mouth, for which we thank you. We look for­ward to see­ing many of you there.

And this year’s agenda looks really amaz­ing!
+ 3 full days of ses­sions and social events;
+ more than 25 speak­ers from the Apache Sling, Apache Jackrab­bit and Adobe CQ5 devel­oper com­mu­ni­ties;
+ all lev­els of exper­tise are cov­ered: from the begin­ner to the core project devel­oper;
Check it out in detail on the event site.

For those who are not attend­ing: sign up to the adaptTo() com­mu­nity to get a noti­fi­ca­tion when all the ses­sion record­ings and the tech­ni­cal mate­r­ial will be posted and made avail­able!
And I’ll plan to post here again after the event to share my per­spec­tive on the pro­ceed­ings and outcomes.

Paolo Mot­tadelli, Adobe Tech­ni­cal Mar­ket­ing — @paolomoz