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The third official Open edX conference, and the first one to be hosted outside of the Cambridge Area, was held in Palo Alto California, at Stanford University in june 2016.
This annual conference is for developers, system administrators, education specialists, and anyone who works with or wants to learn more about the Open edX platform.

As part of the conference, Felipe Montoya from the eduNEXT team, presented a technical workshop on the use of microsites, where he explained some of the interesting and powerful alternatives of the microsites feature in open edX to power multisites learning initiatives.

For more information about this event, visit https://con.openedx.org/

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