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Join us for the first ever CiviCon in San Francisco this April! CiviCon brings together users and developers of CiviCRM to find out about the latest developments in our project and help steer the future of this open source CRM. Part planned, part unconference - it is a great oppurtunity to get more involved in the community.
CiviCon is the place for users and developers to learn about and collaborate around CiviCRM.
The day will be organised into a couple of tracks based on different community roles (users, developers, administrators) and experience. Attendees will be able to:
- explore the future of CiviCRM
- look at case studies and best practice for current installations
- get more involved in the community
The morning starts with planned workshops, sessions and a keynote speech. The afternoon will be more freeform with a couple of 'unconference' style workshops and hands on sessions based on themes that emerge during the morning.
We are enouraging (self) nominations for conference sessions on topics you think will be of interest to the community. If you have an idea for a session that you would like to lead, add it to this wiki page.
Conference registration is now open at $75 (to cover expenses).
Conference schedule and more information here
April 22nd, 2010 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Mitch Kapor Foundation
543 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Event fees to cover expenses $ 75.00