24h of live stream

Yes, we were streaming for 24h about Liferay DXP and Liferay Portal 7.3 (and previous versions). All kinds of technical information that might be of interest for you. You might have missed it, but luckily we have it all recorded - and the recordings are available for you:

7:00 - 19:00 UTC (Session 1, with chapter marks)

19:00 - 7:00 UTC (Session 2, with chapter marks)

And if you don't want to miss the next event of this kind, follow @liferayeng, @dgomezg or @olafk on twitter.


Content with tag community .

Opening, Agenda and Structure

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David Gomez, Olaf Kock

2020-09-24 07:00 UTC

Let's kick it off: Well rested we're opening this full 24h marathon with lots of information about Liferay. We introduce the flow and discuss a couple of agenda items.

And if you were wondering about the opening song: It's this one:

Is this Devcon, or what?

Olaf Kock

2020-09-24 07:10 UTC

In case you're missing Devcon 2020: We'll open with some description of what this event is, what it isn't, what happened to Devcon and what you can expect in future.

If you like to re-live the Devcon experience (or just see it for the first time), here's the opening of 2018 in Amsterdam

Worldwide Usergroups

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2020-09-24 14:40 UTC

What does it take to build a usergroup? If you have a usergroup or want to build one, you can be part of this panel.

Get involved with Apps and Translation

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Brian Wulbern

2020-09-25 03:00 UTC

There's one aspect to cover before you can claim that your code is reusable: Actual reuse.

How can you achieve reuse of your application? By making it available where others can find and comfortably use it. And by making it available in many languages natively. Brian covers both of these aspects, their advantages and the traps that you can fall in to.

Closing Session

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David Gomez, Olaf Kock

2020-09-25 06:45 UTC

We're ending a 24h streaming session, in an unknown state of consciousness. Before finally going to bed, we'll have a look at what happened, what we learned, and where we go from here.

And of course, we're closing the same way that we were opening: