As the first work for this event started ages ago (early 2012), this post is way overdue. And I've been neglecting this blog lately, too.. But if you've missed the announcements so far, please allow me introduce you to MODXpo Europe!

What?

MODXpo Europe is a one day (two if you count the friday night social) event on November 10th, 2012. Similar to the MODX event in Dallas two and a half years earlier, it's the premier event where MODX users, community and team get together to talk about MODX, MODX, MODX and a little more MODX. Less than a month left to get your tickets!!

Who?

We're seeing all sorts of people signing up for the event. All the way from hardcore back-end MODX Developers and front end integrators to entrepreneurs and project managers.

This mixed audience is also equally represented in our speaker line up. We've got several well known developers such as Menno Pietersen and Bert Oost speaking about front and back end subjects, while community rockstars Bob Ray (who also wrote a book) and Susan Ottwell also fly in from other continents to talk to you about a range of subjects: Evolution, Building sites in Revolution, Packaging Extras and the Revolution Security Model. We'll also hear about what clients need to know about MODX from Skytoaster PM Matt Fuller, and I will personally share my experience of Building Extras for MODX as well.

That's just a quick sample though, head over to the MODXpo.eu site to view the entire schedule.

When?

Saturday November 10th, 2012, from 8.30am until about 8pm. For those in town the night before, we will also be announcing a social event on the Friday night with sponsored beer and snacks real soon.

Where?

Cursus- en Vergadercentrum Domstad, Koningbergerstraat 9, 3531 AJ, Utrecht, The Netherlands, Europe. View on Google Maps or on the MODXpo Website.

If you need a place to stay, we've collected a couple of hotel deals in the area for you, so be sure to check them out!

What are you waiting for?!

Get your tickets today (only € 39,95!), and see you in November!

MODXpo Europe | November 10th, 2012

 

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