We are happy to anounce 4 Inchooers will be attending this year’s Meet Magento Romania – a two-day conference that will be held in beautiful Cluj, the unofficial capital of Transylvania, on 16th and 17th October. Our delegates Ivana, Andreja, Ivan and Goran (who we’re proud to present as a speaker) are excited because this is their first Magento event.
Regardless of the expertise, each attendee will be able to choose among various lectures. Agenda consists of the Main/Development and Business track, and covers interesting topics from technical guidelines, security, community and future of Magento to business aspects of eCommerce such as legal challenges and digital marketing.
Our project manager Goran told us how he feels about this upcoming experience.
Goran, you are a world traveler. Have you ever been to Romania and what are you looking forward to the most?
Goran: This is my first time in Romania. I plan to go hiking in Transylvania in the next year or two, so I will spend my free time checking out hills, forests and castles to better plan my hiking trip.
What are your expectations of #MM17RO event?
Goran: This is my first MM event, but I heard a lot of good things about Magento conferences – both about the content of the lectures and the spirit of the attendees. All of my colleagues improved their skill significantly on MM conferences, so I plan to do the same – I expect to learn and have fun at the same time. I look forward to experiencing the enthusiasm of the Magento community and getting to know it better.
You have a large experience in Project management. What will you be sharing with your “Start small to win or lose big – why you should keep an eye on details when managing eCommerce projects” presentation?
Goran: Project managers usually focus on big things: biggest costs, biggest features, biggest risks, etc. The same is with building an eCommerce site – the biggest, most important things are, well, most important.
But large topics are not the be-all and end-all of the project.
In my lecture I will illustrate how tiny issues can have outsized influence on the project. Through analysis of several examples from our experience I will try to understand how small perturbations shape the course of the project. At the end, I will present a challenge to the audience: what is the smallest thing that significantly influenced their project?
This is a go to conference for everyone who wants to connect and find out a useful tip or to from merchants, decision-makers/ leaders and developers in the eCommerce. Book you tickets here!