Now, I spend a fair amount of time touting some other blogging and content management systems. But one I haven’t had much of a chance to talk about—even though they have a very strong dev community here in Portland—is Drupal, the highly extensible open source content management system.
And if you feel the same way—I mean that you’d like to talk more about Drupal too—this weekend is the perfect opportunity for you. You see, DrupalCamp Portland is taking place October 9-11 at NedSpace Old Town.
What’s DrupalCamp you ask? Well, it’s an unconference to explore all things Drupal. It’s open to all levels, from newbie to advanced developers.
People who use Drupal- developers, themers, and users all. If you want to get your hands dirtier, you’re in the right place.
In addition to awesome local Drupal folk sharing their tips, tricks, and ideas, you’ll also get the opportunity to rub nodes with a bunch of Drupal rock stars, including:
- Sam Boyer
- Greg Dunlap
- Jonathan Hedstrom
- Josh Koenig
- Andrew Morton
- Mike Prasuhn
- Damien Tournoud
- Dylan Wilder-Tack
The proposed sessions are looking really good. But there is always room for a few more.
Sessions and schedule will be finalized on Friday night, and submissions are welcome up until that time (hence, this list is not comprehensive)- you don’t have to submit your session here in order to present! However, if you already know you’d like to share a certrain session ahead of time, please post it here.
Tickets are still available for the event.
For more information or to register, visit DrupalCamp Portland. To keep tabs on the Camp, follow DrupalPDX on Twitter.