Meet Magento Brazil 2014 Announcement: Catchy Samba or Smooth Bossa Nova
Welcome Message from the Organizers of the Conference
Meet Magento Brazil is coming.
Ready to another one great Magento event?
The Brazilian Magento community is awaiting for the 2014 edition of Meet Magento. As in previous years, the event will take place in Sao Paulo, the major Brazilian city, gathering about 300 attendees together for the whole day of presentations and technical discussions about the leading e-commerce platform.
Hosted by the Golden Tulip hotel, near Paulista Avenue, two trails will be available for attendees: Developers and Store Owners trails. As their names say, the first is targeted to those who codes Magento and modules while the second one presents several speeches about how to run and optimize Magento stores illustrated by case studies.
By the way, it’s almost confirmed a presentation with Saraiva Library, one of the most promising cases in Magento, being developed by e-Smart, a local Magento Certified Partner. Other names like Ben Marks, Magento Evangelist, Eric Cavalcanti from Rackspace, Andre Gugliotti, author of Magento books, and Fernando Zanatta from Daffiti are already confirmed as speakers.
Welcome to Sao Paulo!
The Brazilian edition of Meet Magento is already traditional and takes place for the third time.
The choice of Brazil is absolutely natural and justified by the vast local community of Magento developers and store owners, active contributors and movers of the Magento ecosystem.
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Brazil is the largest country in South America both by the territory and population. The Atlantic Ocean coastline of the country is 7,491 km. It is bordered by all other South American countries except Ecuador and Chile and occupies 47% of the continent.
Quick Facts about Brazil
- Capital: Brasilia;
- Official Structure: Federative Republic;
- Time Zone: GMT/UTC – 03:00 hours;
- Population: 202,656,788 (2014);
- Largest cities: Sao Paulo (20,935,204), Rio de Janeiro (12,116,616), Belo Horizonte (5,783,773), Porto Alegre (4,181,836), Distrito Federal e Entorno (4,118,154), Salvador (3,919,864), Recife (3,887,261), Fortaleza (3,818,380);
- Currency: Brazilian real, (BRL);
- Official Language: Portuguese;
- Main Religion: Roman Catholicism – 64.6% and Protestantism – 22.2%.
Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, the capital of the state of Sao Paulo, which strongly influences the commerce, finance, arts, and entertainment of the region. Founded in January 1554, Sao Paulo experienced different periods starting from a small village through the colonial, imperial, and republican periods to the eleventh largest city of the world by population.