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Mura CMS the Open Source Content Management System
Date and Time
March 17, 2010 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM (GMT-8 Pacific Time US & Canada)
With more than 10 years of experience in database management and web application development, Matt is a seasoned programmer and application architect. Matt’s expertise lies in best-practice, object-oriented programming, with certifications from Microsoft, Sun and Adobe. Leading the technology team at Blue River, he blends a pragmatic approach with robust, scalable frameworks to create top solutions for Blue River clients.
Matt is also the architect of and lead developer for Blue River’s Mura CMS, which includes content management, e-mail marketing, group collaboration and project management functionality.
Pat is an object-oriented programmer that has been working with ColdFusion for the last 11 years. Pat is one of the newest additions to the Mura team and has a passion for plug-in work. Pat enjoys working with the CFML community both on the Mura front and the common CFML front. Pat like all other Mura developers strives to make Mura a simpler and more efficient product for everyone to use.
Mura CMS 5.2 the ColdFusion powered Open Source content management system gets even better with this new release.
A lot of work has gone into the new release of Mura CMS, making it more useful, more usable and more flexible. Mura CMS 5.2 consolidates those improvements with a few new ones, including the first step in migrating the Mura CMS admin from the Fusebox framework to Sean Corfield's FW/1 framework. Here's a list of the most important new features you'll find in the next release of Mura CMS:
6:30pm - 7:00pm - chat, announements, etc.
7:00pm - 8:15pm Mura CMS Presentation
8:15pm - 8:30pm QA and Raffle
8:30pm ... chat, network, etc
Pizza, Beer and Soda will be served.
If you aren't familiar with Mura, and have a need for a robust content management system you should attend this meeting.
ColdFusion, Mura, CMS, Content Management System, FW/1, Framework, One
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