Netgen on tour: May & June conferences

Netgen on tour

We have a busy two months ahead of us, right before summer. Find us at these great conferences!

We start off by attending J. Boye Software Product Management Europe group in Basel, Switzerland on May 16, a confidential forum where experienced product managers from software vendors can meet, set the agenda for future industry developments, provide feedback and share thoughts and ideas in an inspiring setting.

Our designer team will visit beyond tellerrand, a conference about creative web design and development. Join them in looking beyond the edge in Düsseldorf, Germany on May 15-17.

Following will be Drupal Heart Camp Zagreb, a completely new and different camp experience filled with great, interesting and fun events, lectures and presentations. We will also have a presentation there, so stay tuned and come find us in Zagreb, Croatia on May 19-21.

PHPSerbia Conference always attracts many of our backend developers. This year, almost all of them are going on a road trip to this important PHP event. See you in Belgrade, Serbia on May 27-28!

We will be continuing our way to Budva, Montenegro where we will be at, a conference where business meets digital innovation, on May 29-30. Join business, technology and innovation leaders, marketers, startups, geeks, and us, and have fun by the beach.

Not far away is Split, Croatia, where we will take part in Shift Split, the biggest developer conference in Southeast Europe, on June 1-2. Don’t miss our presentation on the Area 55 track the second day and be sure to come by our expo stand for a chat!

We complete our journey in London, UK, where we will be attending eZ Conference from June 6-8. This year’s conference offers general sessions and Business and Technical Tracks and among them Ivo’s presentation on building a Node based cluster for eZ.

Meet us to talk CMS, web design, and web development!

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