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J. Boye Kentico Partner Workshop hosted by Pull
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J. Boye Kentico Partner Workshop hosted by Pull

We would like to thank all the Kentico partners and speakers that attended the J. Boye partner workshop hosted by Pull

Pull would like to thank all the Kentico partners and speakers that attended the J. Boye partner workshop hosted by Pull

Special thanks goes to our guest speakers Vesa Palmu (CEO at Wunderkraut) and Simon Dickson (Director of Platform Services, Worpress.com VIP at Automattic), they provided great insight into the world of open source CMS, and a view on the “Headless CMS”

Thanks to Ben Key from Blue Modus in supporting Pull with the topic: “Evolving integrations to continue the seamless user experience”

We also appreciated the demo of the new beta content modelling and management environment tool presented by Branislav Šandala (UX Designer at Kentico Software) and Tomas Hruby (Startup Software Developer at Kentico Software). This tool will certainly help in the process of gathering content at the early stages of a digital project.

We had some interesting insight into some recently launched projects that partners showcased.

Finally a big thanks to Stephen Emott from J. Boye in facilitating this discussion and everyone else that attended.

Looking forward to the next one!

 

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