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2017 cPanel Conference

Posted by Allison on 06 07 2017.

The much awaited 2017 cPanel conference is almost near. Every cPanel, developers, resellers and product owners in the web hosting community will more likely be attending this event to celebrate the 20th year of the cPanel software.

What is the cPanel Conference?

The cPanel Conference is a gathering of promoters, businessmen, developers, hosting providers and product owners for an in-depth discussion, workshop and hosting exploration.

2017 cPanel Conference Venue and Schedule

The 2017 cPanel conference is going to be the 12th time the event is going to be celebrated and this gathering is being advertised as the most technical cPanel conference in 10 years.

The program for this year is aimed at targeting developers, integrators and those who regularly use cPanel and WHM. The event will last for 2 days and is going to take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on September 26-27, 2017.

The Itinerary and Speakers for the 2017 cPanel Conference are listed below:

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The much awaited 2017 cPanel conference is almost near. Every cPanel, developers, resellers and product owners in the web hosting community will more likely be attending this event to celebrate the 20th year of the cPanel software.

What is the cPanel Conference?

The cPanel Conference is a gathering of promoters, businessmen, developers, hosting providers and product owners for an in-depth discussion, workshop and hosting exploration.

2017 cPanel Conference Venue and Schedule

The 2017 cPanel conference is going to be the 12th time the event is going to be celebrated and this gathering is being advertised as the most technical cPanel conference in 10 years.

The program for this year is aimed at targeting developers, integrators and those who regularly use cPanel and WHM. The event will last for 2 days and is going to take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on September 26-27, 2017.

The Itinerary and Speakers for the 2017 cPanel Conference are listed below:

September 25 – Monday

Meet and Greet – Blue Martin Lounge

17:00-23:59

September 26 – Tuesday

Migration to a cPanel Server – Forest Dean Kistner / Tech Analyst

09:00-09:30

Easy Apache 4 and PHP-FPM – Julian Brown / Developer

09:30-10:00

Shhh! Tales From the Home Office – Christopher McGuire

09:00-09:30

Fighting the Copy Kraken – JR Miller / Copywriter

09:30-10:00

git -r Done Open Source Comedy: Day 1 – Mark Prather / Scrum Master

10:00-10:10

The cPanel & WHM Roadmap – Ken Power / VP of Product Development

10:10-11:00

The Marriage Between cPanel and WordPress – Alex Juchniewicz & Chip Ware

11:00-11:45

Common Security Misconceptions Panel – Vanessa Vasile

11:00-11:45

Lightning Talks

13:00-13:15

Custom API Usage Within 3rd Party Plugins – Skyler Bly / Tech Analyst

13:15-13:45

Systemd! – Ricky Alan Grassmuck Jr. / Tech Analyst

13:45-14:30

5-minute fixes for cPanel – Travis Ellis / Product Owner

13:15-14:00

Turbocharge your WHM Plugin – Dustin Sherer / UI Developer

14:30-15:30

Improve Your Customer Communications – Sarah Kiniry and Laurence Simon / Technical Writer

14:30-15:15

React and cPanel – Mike Creuzer

15:30-16:15

Leading a Technical Team: My Circus, My Monkeys – Jerry Vasquez / Networking Department Head

15:15-16:30

Security & 3rd Party Plugins – Steven Ciaburri

16:15-16:45

Resolving Common PCI Problems on Your Webhosting Server – Melanie Littleton / Tech Analyst Supervisor

16:45-17:15

September 27 – Wednesday

WebSocket and WAMP: Messaging Evolved – Felipe Gasper / Developer

09:00-10:00

Hacking your iContact plugin – Todd Rinaldo / Developer

09:00-09:30

Reseller Limits in CloudLinux OS – Igor Seletskiy / CEO

09:30-10:00

git -r Done Open Source Comedy: Day 2 – Mark Prather / Scrum Master

10:00-10:10

Legal Risks of Open Source – W. David Snead / General Counsel

10:10-11:00

Security Roundtable in the Webhosting Industry – Lead by Scott O’Neil / System Engineering Manager

11:00-11:45

Customer Service the Unsung Hero of a Successful Business – Jennifer Garcia and Gillian Piggott / Customer Service Representative

11:00-11:30

Alternatives to Shared Hosting for Resellers – Mike Jung

11:30-12:00

Lightning Talks

13:00-13:15

A/B Testing: Which Way Does Your Duck Face? – Michael Thomas Demopoulos

13:15-14:00

How to get the most out of Spam Assassin – Kevin McGrail

13:15-13:45

Lockpicking is Fun, Don’t Go To Jail – Jonathan Cory Alexander McIntire, III / QA Supervisor

13:45-14:15

Starting that Minecraft Mod You Wanted – Andrew Jacob Pietila / Tech Analyst

14:30-15:00

HTTP/2 for all – Michael Blandford / Tech Analyst

15:00-15:30

Code Security, Why Most Devs Ignore It – Walid Nasri

15:30-16:00

The Projects We Love – Benny Vasquez / Community Manager

15:45-16:15

Saving Time and Hassle Setting Up New Email Accounts – Dominic Luechinger

16:00-16:30