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by Christian Ledermann
IW:LEARN is a joint UNEP/UNDP project which works with GEF (Gloabal Envrionment Facility) International Waters projects to improve online sharing of data and information relevant to managing international waters, including marine, coastal and freshwater ecosystems.
Most of what people know about performance when it comes to Plone is years out of date. If you've ever complained about how Plone is slow and invoked the catalogue, this talk will explain why you're wrong.
Plone is a difficult environment for non-Plone experts. Plomino provides fast learning curve, fast prototype building, and fast adjustment to new needs, so beginners and advanced web developers can increase their productivity dramatically.
This talk will introduce the basic principles of Test-Driven Development (TDD) and how to apply these in Plone development.
A talk about the past, present and future of fanstatic.
Nowadays complex organizations are interested in centrally managing their myriads of microsites while still retaining seemingly independent branded themes. Then marketing departments are eager to set up sophisticated syndication rules between their various sub-sites. Fortunately, Lineage allows Plone sites to adapt to this major change of strategy.
We couldn’t stop the earthquake, but in three weeks we were able to build a community, to teach companies how to easily sell online, to spread the word on the social networks, to organize distributed and heterogeneous teams and to engage people into FacciamoAdesso.it
Tutorial on how to use Travis CI to easily build & test your Plone packages and have heaps of fun while you do it.
While there is much to be said for the convenience of being able to work with a single tool, oftentimes it is better to look at a best-of-breed approach to technology. Plone relies on open standards, which enable the “gluing together” of disparate platforms. Six Feet Up has successfully architected and deployed solutions that tie best-of-breed products together while keeping things simple to manage and analyze.
by David Glick
Learn what the latest Plone releases have to offer and why you may want to upgrade
by Dylan Jay
A look at what through-the-web capabilities Plone already has, what is upcoming and what is still need, that would make Plone "the" easy way to create sites, your way.
amplify.cc is a prototype for a open social community framework with a simple but flexible user interaction concept, hierarchical structured content and only one content type with different behaviors. Sounds like Plone and Dexterity. It's like that, but different.
The purpose of this talk is to present the current state of the product and to generate interest in people to use it and help develop it
by Cris Ewing
ZopeSkel is undergoing a transition. Learn about where it came from, where it is now, and where it is heading
by Cris Ewing
ZopeSkel provides a set of templates for generating best-practice code skeletons for Plone projects. Learn to master this tool and extend it to fit your needs.
Plone is an excellent CMS and framework, but it's a bit thin on web 2.0 features. Plonesocial provides a social network layer on top of Plone.
A talk about sharing experiences related to Plone adaptation for mobile platforms.
Timekeeping on all levels is surprisingly difficult. This talk explains why, and tells you what parts Plone supports and where it still is lacking.
by Fábio Kaiser Rauber
As a System Administrator at the brazilian government for the Interlegis Program, an entity who hosts about 400 plone sites for City Councils and other government entities around the country, I faced many challenges and the urge to automate the majority of administrative tasks, especially the provisioning of new sites. This talk will demonstrate the tools used and how I used them to make every new installation a less daunting task.
Every Plone Conference needs a bit of fun. The Musis venue is perfect if you want to throw a big party. That's why is was the setting for big events in Arnhem, like New Year’s Eve and the event ' 90’s now' which is one of the most successful dance concepts in the Netherlands.
On Friday, the organization will turn the Parkzaal into the-place-to-be for all visitors, Enjoy diner, free beer and music until it’s time to sleep, so you can sprint next day. There will be dj’s and live performing artists, all from the Invite concept who are throwing parties in and around Arnhem for more than two years now.
Resident dj's Kasper Kwant and Josh Dupree will spin their records together with Daniel Williamsen, accompanied by Ewout Derksen on saxophone and Martijn Jacobs on percussion.
8th–14th October 2012