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This site aggregates Plone-related blogs from around the web.

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The annual Plone conference is held in cities around the world and includes training classes, keynotes, presentations, demos, and sprints. Videos and slides are posted to the conference web site.

The Plone community adheres to extensive testing while developing software, and uses Continuous Integration. Here you can find the latest test runs, managed by Jenkins.

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There may be hotfixes applicable to your version of Plone. Always check the Plone Hotfix Page before production deployment.

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The central place for discussions, questions and community communication.

The curriculum used for Plone training classes, including tutorials and walk-through examples; very useful as a self-guided learning resource.

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Bonn Beethoven Sprint 2018

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May 09, 2018

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Plone Conference 2018

Tokyo, Japan

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