In 2014, CMS Critic attended the Magnolia Conference in the centre of busy Basel, Switzerland.
Mike Johnston and I graciously accepted Magnolia's invitation, and we soaked up all the news, case studies and workshops that were on offer:
Today, I'm happy to announce that CMS Critic – a media sponsor of the Magnolia Conference – will once again be on the ground for Magnolia Conference Basel 2016, providing two-day coverage both here on the website, as well as through live-tweets.
During this year's conference, Magnolia will be sharing some exciting progress on light development, which has made front-end development with Magnolia faster and more agile.
It will also be revealing how it will enable companies to get to market quickly while ensuring high compliance and stability.
It's not going to be a small event, either. Well over 300 developers and digital business professionals are expected to gather inside Basel’s Pathé Cinema for this year’s conference, which will host business and technical talks on the 8th and 9th of June.
Magnolia's program will also bring together success stories from all over Europe. MOO will be coming from the UK to explain how and why one of the fastest growing print businesses in the world decided to adopt Magnolia, while Generali, one of the world’s leading insurance groups, will explain how it enhances investor relations with its new corporate platform.
Furthermore, Karen McGrane, a world-renowned leading content strategist, will be taking to the stage to talk about Adaptive Content, Context and Controversy.
As for workshops they will take place on June 7th at Magnolia’s new purpose-built offices. In addition to learning how to implement light development and personalization, attendees can also find out how to create client sided apps and improve their authoring skills.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear (and see) inside details on Magnolia's plans and product innovations, as well as tips and tricks on how to get the best out of Magnolia implementations.
“At Magnolia, we spend the whole year working on improving our product so that we can fuel our customers’ digital success.
The conference gives us an opportunity to share with our customers some of the exciting product improvements and services that we’ve developed.”
– Pascal Mangold, Magnolia's Co-founder and CEO
To find out more about Magnolia Conference Basel 2016, and to register for tickets, visit the official website.
And as per usual, our Magnolia CMS hub will tell you everything you need to know about the enterprise-grade platform.