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Plone Conference's accepted talks

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Importing Wikipedia in Plone Eric BREHAULT
Diazo: How it Works Steve McMahon
There is more than one way to install Plone Sven Strack
Notre Dame: Seamless Syndication across nested sub sites hosted in a single Plone Clayton Parker
The future is written: Building next generation Plone sites with Timo Stollenwerk
Plone and Sharepoint Matt Hamilton
Case Study: Plone and the UK National Health Service Matt Hamilton
How to get started with the Pluggable Authentication System Matt Hamilton
Who let the robot out? Building high quality software with Continuous Integration Timo Stollenwerk
Migrations, Upgrades and Relaunches Philip Bauer
Pimp my Plone Philip Bauer
CoPPla - Plataforma para Comunidades de Prática João Luís Tavares Silva
When the sharing tab isn't enough: modeling teams of people in Plone David Glick
Portal UFRGS: Plone, Diazo e webservices Bárbara Winckler Arena
Plone e o leigo: criação e manutenção de sites por não desenvolvedores Bárbara Winckler Arena
Plone+Salesforce Sally Kleinfeldt
Plone for Education: Bibliographies Sally Kleinfeldt
Patterns: The new Javascript framework Franco Pellegrini
50 shades of Plone: the beginning Paul Roeland
PloneSocial Roadmap Guido Stevens
High-availability, high-performance Plone Guido Stevens
Experiência do Usuário em projetos Plone: o caso do Observatório Brasil da Igualdade de Gênero Davi Lima
Multilingual sites with Plone Ramon Navarro Bosch
Understanding Plone Security Fabiano Weimar dos Santos
Transmogrifying and Time Traveling Content into Plone João Sebastião de Oliveira Bueno
Plone as a tool to promote citizen-driven public policies Stefano Marchetti
VirtualHostMonster + nginx - hosting 250+ Plone sites from 4 different plone installations in a single hostname Everton Foscarini
Plumi: Compartilhamento de Vídeos na UFRGS Liliane Lewis
Plone as a tool to build up e-goverment platforms: a successful story from Italian local authorities Roberto Starnini
Plone and the GIS: when the map is not optional Roberto Starnini
Plone: the open source CMS-as-a-service platform. An eGov case study Dylan Jay
Fuzzy Search on Plone and Search for East Asian Language. Manabu TERADA
Nix, you'll be wondering why you haven't been using it before Rok Garbas
Adding interactive javascript functionality to Plone Alan Runyan
Primeiros passos com Plone: Lições Aprendidas em Projetos GOV.BR Felipe Duardo Sopranzetti Pereira
Varnish 3 e Plone 4, discutindo a relação. Cleber J Santos
How Plone changed my life and yours too Mikko Ohtamaa
Open Source Security - A vendor's perspective Matthew Wilkes
Collective.cover one year later André Nogueira
Semantic: How to make your Plone look smarter André Nogueira
Single Sign On, Windows Server and Plone: A step by step approach Érico Andrei
Diazo para todos Thiago Garcia Tamosauskas
PloneGov.Br: Cadê o .br que estava aqui? Érico Andrei
Python/Zope/Plone[NOW] Luciano Camargo Cruz
Plone a success in security - Results from BSI CMS Security Study Alexander Loechel
How Plone competes in business Alexander Loechel
ZODB transactions. Getting to know the transaction package. Carlos de la Guardia
Interlegis, Python, Plone, Comunidade e Democracia Marcio Mazza
Funcionalidades que todo gestor de conteúdo Plone deveria saber Tania Andrea
plone.api: plone development best practices revealed Nejc Zupan
Turbo-boost your Plone development with these cloud services Nejc Zupan
Vindula - Sua Intranet está pronta Rodrigo Castardo
Como o Plone domina os serviços Web dos utilizando Diazo Rodrigo Castardo
Nova Metodologia Para Portais: o caso CONSEGI Giuseppe
Identidade Digital do Governo Federal Tania Andrea

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