Joomla Day is the leading international conference for the Joomla! open source community. It is a way for the webmasters and developers to learn about trends in Web development, find new ideas and share their knowledge.
Joomla Day is an annual event which was created to commemorate the birthday of Joomla! CMS on February 23, 2006. It is an international conference for webmasters and developers who are using Joomla! CMS.
The conference takes place in various locations around the world each year. It generally lasts between three and four days and includes a mix of presentations, workshops, panels, and social events.
It started out with two websites in English – jdconf.org and the site for a conference called J2Day which was held at a local cafe in Zurich in 2006-2007 (J2Day has since transformed into Joomla Day).
Joomla Day is a conference held around the world annually on the 3rd Friday of June. It is held to celebrate and raise awareness for Joomla CMS.
Joomla Day is an annual event where all of the Joomla community gathers in a single day to celebrate this amazing Open Source software which many websites, projects, and businesses rely on for their functionality. The event was initiated by the Joomla community in 2007 as part of their celebration of GNU/Linux’s 10th birthday.
The first annual Joomla Day was held on June 3rd 2008 in Barcelona and it has been organized by volunteers ever since. The attendance has grown steadily year-over-year and will be one of the largest open source events in Europe this year with more than 500 attendees expected to.
Joomla Day is a conference that was organized by Joomla.org in order to support Joomla CMS and it has been in existence since 2013.
It is an annual event that usually takes place during the first week of October. This year, the conference was held on October 1-2, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
The Joomla Day is an annual event organized by the community for the community. It is a celebration of our passion for Joomla, the free and open source Content Management System (CMS) for web sites.
Joomla Day was created in 2017 as a way of bringing together all Joomla users to celebrate a common cause, spread awareness of its benefits, and recognize those who are involved in making it happen.
Joomla Day is the annual conference for webmasters, held in Las Vegas. It is a day where webmasters from all over the world come to share their knowledge and experience with other attendees.
This year’s conference was chaired by Joomla! core developer, Josh Koenig. He opened the event with a keynote about some of the recent changes happening in Joomla 3.0, which includes some new open source technologies like React , GraphQL and WebAssembly that can be used on the backend or frontend of any website that runs on Joomla CMS.