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Sep 1, 2011
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EPiServer CMS Falcon Seminar – A Few Clarifications

Since my blog-post about the EPiServer CMS Falcon Seminar to be held on 14th September, we have received quite a lot of questions about what we are planning to show, so I would like to clarify a few things.

First of all, as Peter Sunna said on Joel Abrahamsson’s blog, what we are going to show is far from finished code, in some cases we are still at the research level. Nothing done is set in stone (or even Jell-o) yet.

Secondly the point of the seminar is to share our thoughts so far and our ideas for the future and get as much early feedback from the developer community as possible. This is a great opportunity for all EPiServer developers to tell us what they think and help shape the future of the product.

At the time of writing this blog, there are still 9 places available in the on-site audience. We really appreciate your help with this matter so I encourage you to claim a place or if you can’t make it then participate by WebEx. Details of the WebEx will be published a couple of days before the event on my blog.

Sep 01, 2011

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Sep 13, 2011 06:00 PM

Hi, Can you please publish the WebEx details.

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