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Supporting the open source community

We're passionate about the SilverStripe open source project. We support the continual development of SilverStripe open source software.

Our Open Source Development Team

SilverStripe CMS and Framework is open sourced meaning it is continuously improved by hundreds of developers across the globe. SilverStripe Ltd facilitates the product roadmap by gathering community input and prioritising new features. We also have a dedicated in house development team that is tasked with creating substantial improvements to SilverStripe CMS and Framework for the whole community to benefit from.   

Community Curation

We're passionate about open source and support the SilverStripe community activities  internationally. We host meetups and hackfests, provide hosting and developer resource for key community knowledge assets like forums and documentation, and help develop the roadmap alongside the project core committers (made up of internal and external members).

We help develop the future of our web industry by fostering young developer talent through mentoring and internship programs (read what it's like to intern at SilverStripe through Summer of Tech).

If you have an idea to grow the SilverStripe open source community please get in touch, we'd love to help!

Open Source Education

To help developers get up to speed and creating great applications with SilverStripe we provide a number of free educational resources including online lessons. Our in-house educator Uncle Cheese will guide you through building a complex web application using SilverStripe. We start with the n00b topics, like creating a theme, and adding new templates. Later, we progress into more complex topics like forms, data relationships, dependency injection, and more. New tutorials come out frequently, and questions get prompt responses.

Here's what developers have to say...