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Introducing Magnolia: An Enterprise CMS with Open Source, Spring under the hood

Magnolia Content Management System is big in Europe with large deployments at governments and FORTUNE 500s in over 100 countries. In the US, it's largely unknown, despite being the platform for prominent sites like, and With a new office in the US, Magnolia is hoping to change that.

This session will introduce Magnolia CMS in two ways. First, Peter will give a brief tutorial on how to add geolocation functionality to Magnolia 4.5, then he'll demo Magnolia 5, the brand new release of Magnolia that brings the CMS user experience from the form-driven 90s into the 21st century.

Learn more about Magnolia, grab a copy or play with the demo at

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Bio: Peter Wayner is a writer and developer known for his books on technology and his writing for publications like The New York Times, InfoWorld and Wired magazine.


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  • Bill B.

    I am with Magnolia. Looking forward to hearing everyone's thoughts and ideas.

    July 26, 2013

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