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:
- To let the community know adaptTo() 2012 is sold out;
- 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