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September 30, 2015

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Ortus Solutions is pleased to announce that we’ll be bringing a ContentBox CMS 3.0 pre conference Free Beer-Shop for this year's CFCamp 2015.  What’s the point of doing a workshop in Germany if you can't drink beer? Well the answer is simple: none. In Ortus we like to make sense, at least most of the time, so we are giving away free beer during the ContentBox 3.0 workshop, hence the name, beer-shop.
 

The beer-shop will be led by experienced beer taster Jorge Reyes, who will show you how to install ContentBox in your local machine using CommandBox CLI and create awesome sites with ContentBox widgets, clustering, offline admin deploys, and much more!

 

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