Plone Conference 2013 - Brasília, Brazil
Plone Conference is the main globally recognized event for the community, developers, managers, government agencies, educational institutions, students and everyone interested in learning more about Plone.
This year the Conference will have two days of training sessions, two days of sprint in Brasília, besides open spaces and lightning talks distributed in three days of conference.
It will have 4 tracks simultaneously – except for keynotes and the State of Plone which will have no competition – and, following the steps of EuroPython, one of them will be held in Portuguese and another one will be in English with translation to Portuguese.
We will offer a considerable number of training sessions as a way to appeal to our local community. It is a known fact that most of our developers are not proficient English speakers. We so intend to have a Portuguese speaker assistant/monitor in all training sessions given in English.
It is the main opportunity to get involved with the technology and help to create and improve solutions. Sprints are a great tradition of the community. We have reserved 2 days post conference for sprints in Brasilia and plan to break records of attendance from both veterans and new developers. Special teams will be set to make newcomers feel at home.
- Training: september 30th - october 1nd (ESAF, Brasília)
- Conference: october 2nd - october 4th (CCUG, Brasília)
- Job Fair: October 4th (CCUG, Brasília)
- Conference Sprint: october 5th - october 6th (CCUG, Brasília)
Brasília is the capital of Brazil and was planned and built to be the seat of Government and the Powers of the Republic. The city holds the title of a World’s Cultural Heritage, by UNESCO. This is due to the relevance of Lucio Costa’s urban plan, Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture and Burle Marx’s landscaping.
The Pilot Plan is not only the design of a city. It is more than that, it represents a conception of life, translated by Lucio Costa into four distinct scales that organize Brasilia by sectors, in order to create different relationships between humans and urban spaces. With these valuable attributes, the Capital of all Brazilians instills pride in its residents and visitors, as well as the need to preserve this world heritage site for future generations.
The capital, with a population of over two million and a half inhabitants, receives thousands of people each year, with all sorts of interests: political, professional, religious or touristic. A large infrastructure has matured over the years to welcome visitors: hotels, conference centers, stadiums, cultural venues, shopping malls, bars, restaurants, entertainment centers and more.
- Brasília Plone Conference 2013 Proposal
- Plone Conference 2013 - Brasília, Brazil
- Plone Conference 2013 Coming to Brasília, Brazil
- Folder for acknowledgments (portuguese)