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Thursday, December 22, 2011 - 21:26
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The CiviCRM team invites you to CiviCon 2012

 

CiviCon – the annual conference for CiviCRM developers, implementers, administrators and users – is happening in the San Francisco Bay Area on April 2nd. Early bird registration is just $75 and ends less than a month away on January 30th, so reserve your spot now.

CiviCon is the annual CiviCRM event bringing together the people who develop, design, implement, administer, and use CiviCRM. We'll have great speakers, breakout sessions and panels highlighting real-world examples of nonprofits growing and sustaining relationships using CiviCRM. Find out about the future of the platform through discussions with the core team. You'll have ample opportunity to ask questions, meet other users and developers, make valuable connections, and get involved in the community.



 

Are you staff or a program manager at an organization who wants to to discuss your experiences and best practices with other CiviCRM users? Would you like to share your experience of implementing CiviCRM at your organization and how it has impacted your organization's workflows? Are you an integrator with an exciting case study? A developer who has built new tools for deployment, data migration, integration with other applications? We want to see your session at CiviCon 2012. Submit your session proposal by February 15th.


Sponsor CiviCon 2012 – it’s a great way to build your profile in the community and contribute to the project at the same time.

 

It’s a big week for Bay Area tech conferences – you might as well make a week of it. Save April 6th for Penguin Day San Francisco. NTEN’s National Technology Conference 2012 is also happening in the Bay Area April 3rd–5th.