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Meet the new Plone

Learn all about the upcoming Plone 5 with 'State of Plone' keynote by Eric Steele

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Guest Keynote - Kickstarting the personal space age

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

Michael is a physicist on a mission to kick start the personal space age by giving everyone the opportunity to own their own spacecraft. In this keynote Michael will show how you can be part of this amazing revolution and send your personal spacecraft to explore the solar system for the price of a video game.

Why come to the Plone Conference in Bristol?

Whether you are new to Plone, a core developer, integrator, front-end designer, or user; the annual Plone Conference is the opportunity to learn from others and take away new skills, ideas and contacts. Oh, and it's held in the UK's best city.

More information on tickets, accomodation and travel.

My business is built on Plone and Plone is built upon the community. The conference is the beating heart of the community. Everybody who has a stake in Plone is there. It is not a question of going — I’ve only missed one conference in seven years and I don’t plan to miss any more in the future.
Philip Bauer,, Munich

This will be the twelfth annual Plone Conference. To get a bit of a flavour for the event, have a look at some of the previous year's websites too: Brasilia (2013), Arnhem (2012), San Francisco (2011), Bristol (2010)

Previous Year's Conferences

With over 84 talk slots, and speakers from every industry and all corners of the globe. Call for talk submissions will open soon.

In addition to the three days of conference we will be running two training days prior to the main event and following up with two days of sprints.

Find out for yourself why The Sunday Times named Bristol as Britain’s best city to live in.