Last week saw the beginning of our public beta release cycle for SugarCRM 6.2. Just as we have done with previous releases, we will do weekly betas as we stabilize the release, followed by weekly release candidates ( RC ) releases as we wind down towards the general availability ( GA ) release of SugarCRM 6.2. We’ve addressed more than 900 bugs alone in this release, along with many new features added. Check out the release notes for more on what has changed, and expect a lot of buzz about SugarCRM 6.2 at SugarCon in San Francisco in 2 weeks.
One thing lots of developers give us feedback on is that when we add new developer functionality to Sugar, there’s not too much fanfare about it. We intend to begin to correct this at this year’s SugarUNCon, where we will kick off the uncon with a high level overview of all of the new developer features of Sugar 6.2. After the session, stick around as the very devs that built these features will be around to answer any questions you may have about how to use them, as well as be able to answer any other questions about developing on top of the SugarCRM platform. It’s a part of our commitment to you, our SugarCRM partner and open source developer community, to provide you the support you need to be successful.