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By Elisa Foltyn
We've just finished up at the first ever JoomlaDay Austria in Vienna! Held over 2 great days on November 20th and 21st, around 60 attendees from Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Netherlands attend the venue called „das Modul“. As has been the norm throughout 2015 at JoomlaDay events, there were plenty of high-caliber, interesting and engaging sessions. Some of the noteworthy ones from memory were Marco Dings from the Joomla PLT presenting the plans around Joomla 4, Stefan Polzer from Vienna doing a great session about using com_ajax in Joomla, and Sigrid and David showing the audience whats possible with Joomla! core. Of course, these are just a few - there were many more interesting topics throughout the weekend!

people gathered at JoomlaDay Austria

I held a workshop about SEBLOD, similar to the one at J!Day Hamburg - this time with a „superheroe“ topic. There were many interesting questions, and so unfortunately we weren't able to complete everything planned during the workshop. We hope to follow this up with some online training materials in the near future.

There was a raffle at the end of the event with books, an acymailing subscription and yubikeys as prizes. We also celebrated 10 years of Joomla with cake!

Celebrating 10 years of Joomla with cake

Celebrating 10 years of Joomla with cake

All in all it was a very nice event. It was particularly nice to meet an Austrian SEBLODer "AUT_eddy". Later in the evening, one of the attendees (Roland Neissl) showed us his developed site - An Austrian beer related website with a svg color matching fan. Awesome work!

Thank you Sigrid and her team for great Organisation at the Event. I'm looking forward to seeing Austria have many more successful JoomlaDays in future! See you next year.

thank you JoomlaDay Austria

Copyright der Fotos: Walter Haydn, JoomlaDay Österreich, Verein Open Source CMS Österreich
Written by Elisa Foltyn of Designbengel - Edited by James Morrell
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