On the 10th of July 2019 we have planned another Tridion Meetup, this time in the New SDL office!Get a chance to take a look behind the scenes of SDL and find out where we work hard to create the best Tridion DX experience for you.
We're planning to start around 6pm until 9pm - with pizza and drinks included as usual.So after work feel free to hop by and join us during a three hour session with speakers from the user group.
Note for people coming by car: Parking is possible beneath the SDL Amsterdam office, but be aware, parking is not free unfortunately. A small fee must be paid whenever you leave the parking area.
The agenda for the Meetup is full, but for any ideas feel free to reach out to Lennert Fransen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See you then!
Last updates for next week:
- We're ready for the next Tridion Meetup.
- Pizza's and drinks are included so you don't have to buy dinner on Wednesday!
- We've got a fifth short presentation by the Tridion Docs team
- Please try to be on time so we can kick-off together and check out the new SDL Amsterdam Office. (5:30pm/6pm)
- Note for people coming by car: Parking is possible beneath the SDL Amsterdam office, but be aware, parking is not free unfortunately. A small fee must be paid whenever you leave the parking area.
- When entering the building, you can immediately walk to the right side, take the elevators or stairs to the 1st floor, there's the entrance to the SDL office, by elevator go right, by stairs go left and you're in the Milky Way meeting room where we've set everything up for the Meetup (no need to check-in at the buildings' reception)
great, please share the presentations
Good one, but we decided to keep it as a Live event only.We wanted to keep the meetup as a live, face2face meetup where you can connect with one another.
We will try to share presentations after the meetup
Is it possible to join the event remotely?
And we've just received the confirmation for the fourth and last presentation!
Niclas Cedermalm will present about the new Tridion Integration FrameworkLooking forward it Niclas Cedermalm!