July 17-18th / New York CityJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice
In its third year after a successful debut in 2017, Decoupled Days is a conference for architects, developers, and businesspeople involved in implementing decoupled CMS architectures. The 2019 edition is scheduled for July 17–18, 2019 in New York City.
The mission of Decoupled Days, beyond helping attendees engage and connect with people sharing their interests, is threefold:
The conference consists of two days:
This year, Decoupled Days will have five separate tracks for sessions occuring in parallel:
The Headless CMS track will cover decoupled and headless CMS technologies. Topics include web services (e.g. GraphQL), headless WordPress (e.g. WP-API), proprietary headless CMS (Contentful, Prismic, GraphCMS), and other decoupled or headless CMS architectures. For Drupal topics, see the Decoupled Drupal track.
The Decoupled Drupal track will cover the use of Drupal as a content service and the range of architectures in decoupled Drupal. Topics include Drupal web services (e.g. JSON:API and GraphQL in Drupal), recommended architectures and frameworks, techniques, and the surrounding decoupled Drupal ecosystem (e.g. Contenta).
The People and Community track will cover the personal and community dimensions of decoupled CMS, including issues of inclusion, accessibility, and mental health. Topics include diversity and inclusion, accessibility, culture and ethics, governance, codes of conduct, and event organizing. Other topics include health and well-being, personal and professional growth, and empathy and communication.
The Business/CXO track will cover decoupled CMS in the business, consultancy, and client landscape. Topics include case studies of successful implementations, buyer personas, sales and marketing in decoupled CMS, building and scaling your decoupled CMS business, agency and consultancy operations, client and stakeholder decision-making, and business strategy and innovation.
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