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In addition to Joomla! Expo, I’ll also be one of the trainers for Joomla University the next day. My specialty will be in writing Joomla! 1.5 extensions from scratch. However, if you’re more interested in security, SEO, templating, tinkering, or just getting your first site up, there are sessions there for you too!
The first JoomlaEXPO will be held in Chicago on May 16th. Speakers include Barrie North (CompassDesigns.net and JoomlaShack.com), Tom Canavan (JoomlaJabber.com podcast), Victor Drover PhD (JCal, Anything-Digital.com), Steve Pignataro (corephp.com), Azrul Rahim (JomComment and MyBlog, azrul.com), Steve Burge (SEO Expert, alledia.com), and some guy named Joseph LeBlanc. The local JoomlaChicago will also be on hand with Mike Carson (online training, itdtraining.com) and John and Linda Coonen (web consulting and marketing, CoffeeGroup.us).
This promises to be the largest gathering of Joomla! professionals to date; you won’t want to miss it! Tickets are $100 at the early bird rate and seating is capped at 200, so register now!
Tech events in DC for 2008 are getting off to a fast start. First, there’s Widget DevCamp DC on January 25th (Friday evening) and 26th (all day Saturday). BarCamp DC was a great time last Fall where lots of web/programming techniques were shared. Widget DevCamp hints that there may be some actual coding going on! (of course, this depends on who shows up and what ideas are kicked around).
The regular DC PHP Developer’s group is scheduled to meet on February 13th. This will blow away all other tech events for the year, because we will be having a face-to-face text editor war! I’m so psyched! Go Textmate!
Finally, Web Content Mavens will be having an Open Source Content Management System discussion on February 27th. I’ll be representing Joomla!, Keith Casey will talk about Drupal, and other people will talk about Alfresco, WordPress, and Textpattern.
See you at all of these events!