I’m excited about BeeCon! You should register and join us!

In a few weeks I’m flying out to Brussels to attend BeeCon (April 27-29). I’m super excited to see The Order of The Bee arrange this conference. A huge amount of planning has gone into the conference. I truly appreciate the hard work you guys have put into it!

The agenda was recently published and it looks awesome!

John Newton will be presenting “The Journey to Digital Renaissance”. I absolutely love John as a speaker. He understands the depths of our industry and he always manage to find an angle that appeals to the geek within us all. I can’t wait for this one.

The day is full of great sessions, to name a few topic that will be covered: Aikau, Yeoman, Groovy, Share Extensions and REST API’s.

Thomas DeMeo will close the first day with his Product Roadmap. Being part of Product Management at Alfresco I can’t stress enough that this is a MUST for everyone to attend.

On the second day I’m hosting a 40 min session on the Alfresco SDK – Past, present and future. As you probably know, the SDK has been a pet project for me for a while now. As the title says I will reflect over the past, where we are Today and a glimpse of what the future holds. I will also be discussing “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” – no not the movie, but the good and not-so-good parts of the SDK. It’s important to learn from past mistakes.

Again the whole day is full of great sessions. I see a lot of focus on open source, community, contributions that I’m super excited about. It will be a tough balance for me to attend some of the sessions and spend some time in the hackathon to fully geek out.

Overall I will say that BeeCon is the place to bee this year. Partners, Customers, Community Edition users, community members – there is something for everyone.

I always say that 50% of any conference is about the content and sessions. The other 50% is about networking. On top of that you add 25% beer – what better place than Brussels? I can’t wait to see you all there!

What are you waiting for? Register now!