Kicking it off at Meet Magento Serbia: ready for knowledge and summer!

Inchooers have been “across the border” many times over. We recently had a delegation (and a speaker) at one of the largest conferences dedicated to eCommerce in Serbia, but this time around, it’s a bit different. Why? Because this is the first time our friends from Younify are organizing an event worth a visit. Meet Magento Serbia will take place on June 10th in a small city of Nis – and we couldn’t be more excited to send a delegation there!

As you already know, Meet Magento is a conference dedicated to bringing Magento community closer together  – from developers to merchants. Our Stanislav Mihic will be the leading force of Inchoo green at the event with his topic: “Magento 2 Frontend Architecture – before you start building your own template”.

You can read what to expect in an interview with him. He even gave us a sneak peek of what to expect!

Hi Stanislav, how are you? Ready for Serbia?

Hi Ivona!

As a matter of fact – I’m great. Ready for the weekend to start! We’re enjoying first rays of sunshine here in Osijek so I can’t complain.

I am also ready to kick it off in Serbia in a couple of weeks. Just a couple of final touches and I’m all set.

How come you ended up applying for a conference as a speaker? Will this be your first time as a speaker or you already have some experience on international conferences?

Well, Magento 2 is currently a very hot topic and there are a lot of things to show, share and learn. As a lot of guys already pointed out – there are no better places than Magento conferences where we’ll just enjoy with the like minded crowd and share expertise on Magento topics.

Even though I already visited several conferences, this will be the first time I’ll go to one as a speaker. I think it will be a bit different this time around. Standing on the stage in front of so many people will give me an opportunity to share knowledge I’ve gathered by working on Magento every day in the last several years and that’s what I’m excited about.

Magento 2 is considered to be a hot topic even though it came out in November of 2015 and we suppose it will stay like that for a while. What are some of the major things that you’ll tackle in your presentation?

Given the fact Magento 2 was released in November 2015 and there are only few Magento 2 projects out, it seems that Magento 2 being a hot topic is more than logical. I believe it will stay like that for a while – at least till both developers and market are comfortable enough with the new platform.

Considering this, I decided to tackle Magneto 2 frontend architecture and share my thoughts on how to approach a new project, have easy workflow, avoid pitfalls and bring project to life.

No matter the platform, many of us face these challenges all the time since every project is unique. But, I believe connecting it to Magento 2 will show itself useful – or at least I hope it will. 🙂

What do you hope to find out from the rest of the speakers? Anything you’re “formally” interested in?

Lots of fun. 🙂

My interest, as always on these kinds of events, is to make a new friend, share knowledge and discuss some trending topics.

There you have it, guys!

If you still haven’t checked the agenda and booked your ticket, make sure to do so now here. As Stanislav said, we’ll see you in Serbia with hopes of sharing knowledge and making new friends! 🙂

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