Let’s have a look at the Magezine Issue 3

Let’s have a closer look at the new magazine issue, that covers all the relevant news concerning Magento. This is a new breath in the world of an engine.

Let’s have a look at the Magezine

The third issue of the Magezine will spark your interest. These are 72 pages of precious knowledge made in collaboration with the crème de la crème from the world of Magento (Adobe) and e-commerce. This is a one-of-a-kind newspaper because it was entirely prepared by unusual technical representatives of the women in tech. You can find notes written by skilled members of the board of directors, managers, Magento developers, designers, and specialists: Alexandra Kirjusina, Anna Karon, Anna Völkl, Antonija Tadic Carmen Bremen, Ewelina Kądzielawa, Gosia Rusin, Jamie Maria Schouren Kaja Grzybowska, Marsha Naidoo, Michele Miller, Sherrie Rohde, and Sonja Franz.

This magazine is a real catch for the people who’re interested in the eCommerce and the Magento engine. In the 3rd issue, there are essential topics such as PWA, GraphQL, voice commerce and everything else.

What will you find in the publication?

Here are just some of the topics covered in the Magezine Issue 3:

  • GraphQL, PWA and a pleiad of software architectures - from a professional point of view
  • Securing Your Magento Store
  • Voice output must be powered by PWA to make a difference
  • Behind the largest PWA store in the world. Interview with Alexandra Kirjusina
  • The latest engine’s news
  • Women & IT a perfect blend of beauty and brains? Interview with Sherrie Rohde

When the concept of Magezine was created, it united people with passion who desired to share their knowledge. They are overjoyed to have as many Magento enthusiasts on board as possible - so that the union becomes stronger. Their goal is to increase awareness of the Magento platform between people associated with e-commerce.

Magezine is a real one-of-a-kind guide for all Magento professionals. From now on, you don’t have to flip through the online diaries. Take your cup of coffee and the print magazine, so you’ll have your hand on the pulse of the Magento.

The Magezine shares the news and relevant information about the Magento world. Hopefully, it would appear tempting job offers and the exceptionally difficult implementation of Magento. And more. Anyone in society will find something for themselves here. The creators do everything possible to make their readers satisfied.

Why not go even further and launch Magezine in other markets? Versions for India, China or Italy? In 2020, user attention and trust will be the most valuable currency, especially in the digital world. Indeed, now there is a drop in confidence not only for the brands but also to the media as a whole. E-commerce is growing rapidly in the world.

How it all started

The creators have been working with Magento for 10 years, and with the period they’ve witnessed increased attention to the platform around the world. The inaccessibility of the environment that would collect the knowledge needed for sellers, creators, and all Magento enthusiasts. Everything else is there - international conferences, meetings around the world, trainings, and hackathons. Not to mention the thousands of blogs, forums, and profiles on public networks where experts share their skills.

But there was no recurring magazine in which it would be possible to tell about what is happening in the world of Magento, and which would be a platform for the exchange of news, pointers, and valuable recommendations. It’s a brand new issue, but it has already conquered the hearts of developers worldwide.

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