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Web development meet held in Phnom Penh

Web development meet held in Phnom Penh

Cambodia hosted the second Web Development & Agile International Conference in Phnom Penh last week.

The conference held at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center from August 20-21, following up on the success of the first one held in 2012.

Speakers and participants from around 15 countries discussed the applications of TYPO3, a free and open source web content management system that can be used across sectors, such as manufacturing, government and health care.

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