FOSSASIA 2014 in Phnom Penh has been an amazing experience.
We had 3 Days of Pure Knowledge Sharing, 71 International Speakers, 15 Presenters from Cambodia, 121 Talks, Workshops and Panels, 8 tracks per day, Hands-on Labs and Hacking practice for everyone.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the event, the organization team, Norton University and our sponsors!
Participants at FOSSASIA 2014
Event Site: http://2014.fossasia.org
With many new meetups and coding events we saw an expansion of the FOSSASIA community in 2013. A particular focus was on Cambodia, where workshops took place at the Open Institute and local startup spaces in preparation of the FOSSASIA summit.
FOSSASIA 2013 Planning Meeting at Small World Phnom Penh
FOSSASIA Meetup at Norton University Phnom Penh
Chantra Be with Hong Phuc Dang in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Community Workshops in Cambodia
The FOSSASIA Summit 2014 is looking for talks and projects in the area of Open Source Software, Hardware, Open Maps, Fonts, Geo-data, and Open technology solutions to improve living conditions for people in emerging countries.
Please join us at FOSSASIA 2014 in Phnom Penh, the gate to Cambodia and the Mekong Delta from February 28 – March 2!
FOSSASIA Gate to Cambodia Tech Community
The presentation sessions at the FOSSASIA OpenTechSummit will be scheduled
a) for 30 minutes and
b) for one hour blocks of time. Hands on labs/Workshops can be held in dedicated classrooms.
At the entrance we offer an exhibition area for your community projects with space for tables, posters and stands. The deadline for submission is 15 January 2014. Please submit your talk, workshop or project now at our website at: http://fossasia.org.
FOSSASIA Organization Committee meeting
We are excited to announce FOSSASIA 2014 in Phnom Penh. After taking place several times in Vietnam, it is the first time FOSSASIA takes place in Cambodia. The event will be held at Norton University from February 28 – March 2, 2014.
Hong Phuc Dang at Norton University Phnom Penh, Cambodia
FOSSASIA is an event that offers students, developers and start ups a place to meet, share ideas and collaborate. It is a premier place for Open Source communities in Asia to get together with International developers and an opportunity to experience Open Source technologies.
Previous events attracted up to 1400 participants and speakers from 20 countries. Apart from Open Source Software FOSSASIA 2014 will feature a number of Open Hardware projects. In the FOSSASIA business lounge participants can learn about start up ideas and practices and connect with International companies and outsourcing partners.
Norton University Phnom Penh, Cambodia hosting Tech and Developer Community at FOSSASIA
Thank you for joining the first ever TYPO3 conference in Asia and inspiring people to Share!
I could not agree more with this finishing statement at the first TYPO3 event in the region. It was truly inspiring. The T3Con took place in Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders, from Friday, 17 August to Sunday, 19 August 2012.
The event was organized by Dominik Stankowski and Rebecca Stankowski from Web Essentials with the support of the international and local community. Great job! Well done!
T3Con Community Meet up in Phnom Penh
TYPO3, is one of the top Enterprise Content Management System. T3CON12 ASIA event provided the latest trends in Web and Mobile Development. It was a unique opportunity in South-East-Asia to connect with successful international and local technology companies, innovative tech start-ups, international web developers and mobile experts.
The conference was held at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (Royal University of Phnom Penh).
Conference Highlights included
- Keynote speech by TYPO3 founder Kasper Skårhøj from Denmark
- 2-day conference with sessions from speakers around the world
- Special Student’ s day with TYPO3 tutorials and workshops
- Training Week with expert web developers
- Friday Social Event at Kingdom Breweries: Barbecue and Kingdom Beer by a German Master Brewer in a wonderfully restored factory
- Pre-conference meet-up at the famous FCC (Foreign Correspondence Club) with view over Mekong and Tonle Sap
T3CON12 ASIA has brought people together from around the world. Asian representatives from Japan, Indonesia, India, China, Vietnam and of course Cambodia joined, together with TYPO3 enthusiasts from Europe and North-America.
Mario Behling and Hon Nguyen at T3Con Phnom Penh (Photo by Fumiki Kanno)