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Joomla! World Conference Website Launched

Joomla World Conference LogoJoomla! is one of the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) in the world, and has grown to power millions of websites since 2005. The Joomla! Community has organized many JoomlaDays all over the globe, and last year we saw nearly 30 events with thousands of attendees on almost every continent.

In November (16th-18th) this year the first Joomla! World Conference will take place in San Jose, CA, USA. This conference is a community meeting, and a great starting point for getting involved in the Joomla! network. You will find information on almost every aspect of the Joomla! CMS, the Joomla! Web Application Platform, as well as the Joomla! Community. Come and find out more about this community-driven Open Source project.

Join us for three days of information, discussion and new ideas. You can attend presentations, participate in workshops and lots of fun is guaranteed. This is not a one-way presenter-to-attendee conference - you will be involved in sessions and discussions, and have the opportunity to give your own presentation if you wish.

Joomla!'s awesomeness lies in its great community, we are all working together to build a bright future for the CMS we all love.

Don't wait! Buy your ticket for the Joomla! World Conference now!

Joomla Community Magazine | July 2012

Happy 2nd B-day, JCM!
The July issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:

Editor's Introduction

Happy 2nd Birthday, JCM!, by Dianne Henning

Feature Stories

Joomla! Documentation, by Tony Davis
Interview: Umuntu Media, by Alice Grevet
Liam Edwards, A Young Joomla! Enthusiast, by Dianne Henning

Project News

Leadership Highlights - July 2012, by Alice Grevet

Events

Joomla! Day Chicago 2012 Business Expo and Learning Conference: August 10 - 11, 2012, by Mike Carson

Administrators

Simple Security Guide, Part 1, by by Ofer Cohen

Developers

Testing Joomla!, by Mark Dexter

Site builders

10 Most Popular Websites Using Joomla!, by Huyen NT
JSN PowerAdmin - Making Joomla easy and fun to use, by Huyen NT

Business Matters

Six Creative Ways For Joomla Developers to Boost Twitter Followers, by Luke Summerfield
RFP's, Proposals, and Contracts – Part 3, by Mike Carson

Help Wanted

The Joomla! Project Wants You! - July 2012, by Paul Orwig

In our next issue

We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!

Joomla Community Magazine | June 2012

 

June IssueThe June issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here!

Our stories this month:

Editor's Introduction

Summer of Opportunity, by Alice Grevet

Feature Stories

Hurt Me Plenty, by John Hooley
Joomla and Beyond, My First Experience, by Joe Sonne
Meet Joomla!'s 2012 Google Summer of Code Students, by Chad Windnagle
Robert Deutz, Joomla! Event Organizer Extraordinaire!, by Dianne Henning
Three Archetypes of Open Innovation Processes & Joomla!, by Ricky D'Cruze

Project News

Leadership Highlights - June 2012, by Alice Grevet

Events

JoomlaDays from China to Greece, by Jacques Rentzke

Book Reviews

“PHP and MySQL 24-Hour Trainer” - the Go-to Resource for PHP and MySQL Novices, by Milena Mitova

Designers

Designing Joomla! Websites - Form vs Functionality, by Phehello Mofokeng

Developers

CMS Testing, by Niels Braczek

Site builders

.htaccess File That FREAKIN Works!, by Cindy Montano
Use Firebug to tweak template CSS, by Daniel Riefstahl

Business Matters

Hosting: Awesome Revenue Stream or Big Headache?, by Gabe Wahhab
The Ultimate Marketing Guide For Joomla Extension Developers, by Luke Summerfield
RFP's, Proposals, and Contracts – Part 2, by Mike Carson

Google Summer of Code

Project: JGoogle Package, by Aaron Schmitz
Project: Workflow Engine, by Florian Voutzinos
Project: Language Installer for Joomla!, by Javier Gomez
Project: JMediawiki Package, by Prasath Nadarajah
Project: Javascript and CSS Compression API, by Kavith Thiranga Lokuhewage
Project: RESTful Web Service API, by Stefan Neculai
Project: Social Package, by Diana Prajescu

In our next issue

We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!