This year’s upcoming conference will be held July 17th through July 18th at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and will feature diversity and inclusion initiatives.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) JUNE 18, 2019
Decoupled Days—the only conference for architects, developers, and businesspeople who implement decoupled CMS architectures—announced today the official conference program, featuring new tracks on business, non-drupal Content Management Systems (CMS), and community with a commitment to diversity and inclusion, accessibility, and mental health.
This year’s upcoming conference will be held July 17th through July 18th at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.
Program tracks include:
- Headless CMS: decoupled and headless CMS technologies
- Decoupled Drupal: use of Drupal as a content service and the range of architectures in decoupled drupal
- Business/CXO: decoupled CMS in business, consultancy, and client landscapes
- People & Community: personal and community dimensions of decoupled CMS, including issues of inclusion, accessibility, and mental health
This year, Decoupled Days will demonstrate a larger commitment to diversity and inclusion by devoting more than one third of all accepted sessions and speakerships to underrepresented groups.
Beyond decoupled tools and strategies, the conference heavily focuses on the people behind (and in front of) those technologies. This year, Decoupled Days will demonstrate a larger commitment to diversity and inclusion by devoting more than one third of all accepted sessions and speakerships to underrepresented groups including women, people of color, LGTBQ, trans(*) and GNC folk, people living with disabilities, veterans, neuroatypical people, and economically disadvantaged people.
Registrants can use the code “pressrelease19” for discount tickets; complimentary tickets for media are available upon request.
About Decoupled Days
Decoupled Days is an annual, live event, now operating in its third year—hosted and sponsored by a consortium of open source organizations. The mission of the conference is to share best practices in sessions, solve difficult problems in discussions, and build open-source projects in sprints. This year’s conference is sponsored by Amazee Labs, Myplanet, Third and Grove, Pantheon, Four Kitchens, Gatsby, Netlify, Srijan, Amazee.io, Axelerant, Lullabot, Mediacurrent, Palantir, Phase2, Acquia, and Cheppers.
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