Strapi, backer of the world’s most popular open-source “headless” content management system (CMS), today announced its first global user conference, StrapiConf. The free virtual event for the Strapi community will be held April 22, 2021.
“StrapiConf offers an opportunity for the global Strapi community of users in over 160 countries to learn and collaborate on the future of the open source project and the latest innovations in the JAMstack ecosystem,” said Pierre Burgy, co-founder and CEO of Strapi. “With the help of the open source community, Strapi is one of the most customizable and flexible content management systems on the market – enabling developers to quickly and easily create millions of digital projects. StrapiConf provides a place to gather and share best practices while learning how to take advantage of the technology to fuel the world’s creativity and productivity by unleashing the power of atomic (reusable) content.”
The conference will consist of 30 talks, including keynotes from Strapi executives, Vercel’s CEO Guillermo Rauch, Gatsby’s co-founder Sam Bhagwat. The conference is sponsored by Vercel, Netlify, Algolia, Hasura, Gatsby, Sentry and many more innovative companies.
Register for StrapiConf here.
Founded in October 2015 as a school project in Paris, France by Pierre Burgy (CEO), Aurélien Georget (CPO) and Jim Laurie (CTO), Strapi is the number one open-source headless CMS with 35,000 stars on GitHub, 600 contributors, more than 3 million downloads and is in use at many Global 500 companies across all industries such as IBM, Rakuten, Toyota, NASA and eBay.
Strapi is the leading open source Headless CMS. Strapi gives developers the freedom to use their favorite tools and frameworks while helping editors easily manage their content and distribute it anywhere. The company is based in Paris and San Francisco. To learn more, visit strapi.io.