BootCamp 2012 Features Serious Talent in the dotCMS Community of Developers

Sep 18, 2012

BootCamp 2012 Features Serious Talent in the dotCMS Community of Developers

October 17 - 19

Orlando, Florida – September 18, 2012 – BootCamp 2012 has set the stage for two days of showcasing some of the best talent and freshest implementations of dotCMS to date.  From some of our seasoned veterans to impressive newcomers in the dotCMS community – this year’s BootCamp will feature presentations including:


  • dotCMS Roadmap Presentation and Discussion
  • dotCMS as a Mobile Platform
  • OSGI and Spring in dotCMS
  • How we Develop, Deploy & Scale dotCMS at
  • Commonly Creative - A Guide to Building an Open License Repository
  • Enterprise Cloud Implementation for Media Sites
  • Multi-tenant Migration in Months: From Planning to Deployment
  • Open Source Simplicity for Communication in Government Institutions
  • Content Management as a Service
  • Building Standard & Poors: From planning to integration
  • A/B Split Testing in dotCMS
  • Resetting the Game Designing a Framework for 1,000 Websites
  • Smart Templates in dotCMS


More details can be found here:

 It’s not too late to join us.  For more information on BootCamp 2012 registration and other event information, please go to: 

About dotCMS

dotCMS is a content management system that helps global enterprises with multiple brands, subsidiaries, and franchises manage, optimize, and scale content across languages and channels.  Brands such as Dairy Queen, Newell, Firstmac, Telus, and Comcast have chosen dotCMS for its unique ability to manage thousands of sites and consolidate multiple CMSs onto a single, unified instance of dotCMS to streamline content management across teams while saving money on platform costs.

dotCMS’ universal approach to content management also means that companies have the choice to deliver content traditionally or headlessly. Headless developers can work within the front-end framework of choice while still providing marketers with visual editing tools so they can go to market with their business-critical content and decrease their dependency on technical teams.