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Internet conference coming in August

Internet conference coming in August

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The biggest web and mobile conference ever in Cambodia will take place in Phnom Penh August 17 to 19 this year.

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This information is provided courtesy of Web Essentials.

T3CON12 ASIA is designed to provide the latest trends in Web and Mobile Development. “It is a unique opportunity in South-East-Asia to connect with successful international and local technology companies, innovative tech start-ups, international web developers and mobile experts,” said Dominik Stankowski, Director of Web Essentials and organiser of T3CON12 ASIA.

“The conference will feature mobile development. The world is going mobile and Asia is showing the way at least in terms of mobile phone adoption. The mobile track will discuss concepts for the development of mobile websites and mobile apps in the enterprise context,” he said.

“This is a chance to learn what solutions exist to address the needs of enterprise clients, get insight in applications built for extreme situations and relief work, learn best practices from the experts and get equipped to influence the future at your fingertips.”

T3CON12 ASIA will also cover TYPO3, the world’s most used Enterprise Content Management System.

“It will allow you to learn more about the enterprise features of TYPO3 such as a blazing fast site search with Apache Solr, built-in multilingual and multi-domain capabilities, advanced security concepts, HTML5 compliance, form wizard and a powerful caching framework,” Stankowski said.

“If you are building enterprise websites, this is a great opportunity to discover solutions which are going to make a great difference in your every day work and will satisfy your demanding clients.”

Web Essentials,  the only web company in Phnom Penh that is fully specialized in TYPO3, say they are proud to organise this event.

“So far, TYPO3 conferences have been taking place in Europe and North America, but now for the first time, we will have an internet and TYPO3 conference in Asia. T3CON12 ASIA will bring people together from around the world. Asian representatives from Japan, Thailand, India, Singapore, Vietnam and of course Cambodia will join together with TYPO3 enthusiasts from Europe, North America and Australia.”  The conference website is http://t3con12-asia.typo3.org. The email is [email protected] .

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