CQCon 2013 was a huge suc­cess, with a great selec­tion of talks deliv­ered dur­ing a fan­tas­tic heat­wave in Basel. Whilst we can’t guar­an­tee the sun­shine, we can guar­an­tee you two more days of amaz­ing con­tent from out­stand­ing speak­ers for 2014.

Con­nect Web Expe­ri­ence is the new name for CQCon, and on 25–26 June 2014 we return to Basel, the birth­place of Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager. We have a packed sched­ule cov­er­ing all aspects of work­ing with AEM: devel­op­ment, oper­a­tions, inte­gra­tion, frame­works, and mobile. We’ll have an update on Sightly, the new AEM tem­plat­ing lan­guage, and we’ll hear first-hand how it’s been suc­cess­fully deployed. We have a tri­fecta of mobile deep-dives. We’ll find out about NEBA, a new approach for using Spring with Sling. And we’ll learn how to avoid com­po­nent proliferation.

Of course, no Adobe Devel­oper Event would be com­plete with­out the oppor­tu­nity to prove your expe­ri­ence, and so we are offer­ing a pre-conference Adobe Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Exam Ses­sion as well. Not only will you get a spe­cial price for cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, but you’ll also be able to take the exam in the Adobe offices. To learn more about the exam ses­sion or to reg­is­ter go here.