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OpenText Content World 2011 – Have you registered yet?

In less than three weeks the OpenText Content World Conference will be taking place in Orlando, Florida.
A full week packed with training, technology and case study presentations, marketing fuzz and meeting the guys who are in the know about the latest products gathered under the OpenText umbrella.

What’s on? And what’s in it for you?

There is a summary here and it has just been confirmed, that the notorious Mr. Baggs will attend and share his wisdom. There is lots to learn and many new topics for OpenText Web Site Management aka RedDot CMS.

It looks like the Microsoft based CMS gets a lot more attention at the conference, especially when compared to last year. Another sign that there’s traction again and the RedDot CMS isn’t dead after all.

Apart from the obvious RedDot sessions there are others I’ll try and get in to. On my list of training topics and breakout sessions (in- and outside of the RedDot scope) so far:

  • Content Server Architecture Workshop
  • Implementing OpenText Media Management 7
  • Semantic Navigation
  • Gamestorming
  • Deloitte’s ECM for SAP Strategy in Action
  • Web Site Management Enhances SAP Portal
  • Hybrid Cloud example for Web Site Management

What are you interested in?

Currently I am looking into presenting a recent project of mine and adding some more value for the RedDotCMSBlog readership. I would like to organise a breakout session that suits your needs and helps you getting the most out of the conference for your projects and of course yourself.

Want to catch up?

So, what would you like to do?
Would you like to catch up?
Are you interested in a workshop? Something like this:

  • Getting started with RQL
  • Social Communities
  • Q&A – What I always wanted to ask about RedDot
  • Considerations for international projects architecture
  • ….you name it

Drop me a note via twitter @markusgiesen or leave a comment with your suggestions.

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About the author:

Markus Giesen Markus Giesen is a Solutions Architect and RedDot CMS Consultant, formerly based in Germany. Travelling around the world to find and offer solutions for a better world (in a very web based meaning). He just found a way to do this as part of a Melbourne based online consultant house. On this blog Markus shares his personal (not his employers) thoughts and opinions on CMS and web development. In his spare time you will find him reading, snowboarding or travelling. Also, you should follow him on Twitter!


One comment for “OpenText Content World 2011 – Have you registered yet?”

  1. There are a couple of more activities ongoing:
    Partner Summit with WSM Full Day Breakout sessions (Nov 15) and many WSM related sessions:

    Looking forward to seeing you in Orlando

    Posted by Lars Onasch | October 25, 2011, 9:23 pm

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