The third Magezine is published. It’s 72 pages of valuable knowledge created in collaboration with the crème de la crème from Magento (Adobe) and eCommerce world. This is a unique edition because it was entirely prepared by fantastic tech women. You can find articles written by experienced board members, directors, managers, Magento developers, architects & experts: Aleksandra Kirjusina, Anna Karoń, Anna Völkl, Antonija Tadic Carmen Bremen, Ewelina Kądzielawa, Gosia Rusin, Jamie Maria Schouren Kaja Grzybowska, Marsha Naidoo, Michele Miller, Sherrie Rohde, Sonja Franz.
What else? In the 3rd issue we discuss hot topics such as PWA, GraphQL, voice commerce and much more (we can’t reveal to you everything, can we?). And yes, we are aware that the idea of a paper magazine in today’s digital world can be risky. But we really believe that there’s still a room for – let’s call it – more traditional form. However, if you insist on reading online, you can always download the Magazine in PDF format.
Women contribute to the Magento ecosystem in the same way as men. Their strenghts and weakness are present just as the strenghts and weaknesses of men are present. (…) we need a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to make this ecosystem successful.
Why are we doing this?
Because we believe in the power of the community. It’s as simple as that.
When the concept of Magezine came up, we want it to be created by people with passion who are willing to share their knowledge. We will be more than happy to have as many Magento enthusiast as possible on board – an make the community grow stronger. It is also our goal to build greater awareness of the Magento platform among people connected with e-commerce.
Magezine is a bit like gathering all the Magento experts’ know-how in a nutshell. From now on you don’t have to flip through blogs – you take coffee and newspaper in your hand – and you know everything that is important.
Our heads are full of new ideas for the Magezine development. We want the most interesting job offers to appear here in the future as well as the most challenging implementation of Magento. And more. We are sure that everyone in the community will find something for himself or herself here – or at least we’ll do our best to make it so.
Why not go one step further and launch Magezine on other markets than the global one? Versions for India, China or France? Sky is the limit!