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Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, 2008/04/04 - Joomla! User Group Toronto announced today that it will participate with the Joomla! Project in IT360° Conference and Expo 2008.
Joomla! User Group Toronto, Toronto’s premier forum for Joomla! users and developers, announced today that it will participate with the Joomla! Project in IT360° Conference and Expo 2008, Canada’s leading information technology event.
With an objective of helping web developers and webmasters to better leverage the Joomla! CMS platform, Joomla! User Group Toronto, or JUG-T as they are often referred to, is mobilizing its membership to help staff booth 531 at the upcoming conference, to be held April 7-9, 2008, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building.
“We are very excited to be involved in such a high-profile event,” said Michelle Bisson, Joomla! Core Team member and a member of the JUG-T core team. “JUG-T is pleased to be invited to participate in an expo like this as it is a great opportunity to let people know that we are here for them. We look forward to showing attendees the power of Joomla!.”
“To obtain a free expo pass” continued Bisson, “guests can click to the registration page directly from the JUG-T website and enter TS1 in the discount code field. Joomla! members can also save 25% on conference sessions by entering A101 in that field when registering online. Complete information is available on the IT360 website.”
Ian MacLennan, Joomla! Developer Documentation Team Leader and co-chair of the group, added, “The group is open to anyone who uses or develops applications for Joomla!. We currently have a Facebook Group and a Google Group, and we are looking at other ways of expanding the community.” “Plan to attend the evening Joomla! Birds of a Feather session from 5pm to 7pm as well,” added JUG-T co-chair Norman Di Pasquale, “to see a full demonstration on how to build a Website using Joomla!. It’s a great opportunity to meet other Joomla! Users, ask questions and share ideas.”
About Joomla! User Group Toronto
Joomla! User Group Toronto was formed as a direct forum to network with Joomla! users and developers, to share best practices and to ask other users for help. It currently hosts online forum Groups on Google and Facebook, with meetings taking place in downtown Toronto. For more information or to get involved, see the Joomla! User Group Toronto website.
About IT360° Conference and Expo
IT360° Conference and Expo is an IT360 Inc. event managed by Plum Communications working in partnership with ITWorld Canada addresses the critical issues facing the industry while providing realistic strategies to enable the implementation of the best and most cost efficient solutions. IT360° continues to host the Asterisk & Open Telephony Conference sponsored by Digium Inc. and TAUG, the Toronto Asterisk User Group. Plum Communications Inc. is a leading Canadian organizer of community-based IT events “Cultivating Innovation in Technology” since 1984 focusing on what companies are doing and how IT professionals are implementing new systems.