Drupalcon San Francisco is the premier conference for learning about all things Drupal. Drupalcon SF offers a chance to learn how a leading open source CMS is changing the way we build and interact on the web.
DrupalCon: The social publishing design and web development conference. This year the conference is held at The Moscone Center on April 19th - April 21st 2010
- What do you get: Community, Open Source, people, innovation, network
- What you do: Meet the community, meet the innovators
- Audience: Web developers, designers, social marketers
Learn Drupal, a powerful content management system used to build motherjones.com and other powerful social publishing websites.
Drupal is an open source social publishing software that empowers individuals, teams, and communities to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. Tens of thousands of people and organizations have used Drupal to power scores of different web sites, including community web portals, corporate web sites, social networking sites, personal web sites or blogs, and much more.
Drupal is ready to go from the moment you download it. The built-in functionality, combined with dozens of freely available add-on modules, will enable features such as content management, blogs, wiki collaborative authoring, tagging, picture galleries and much more.
This year, the hottest sessions at DrupalCon will cover topics such as: Whitehouse.gov's use of Drupal, Facebook applications, Twitter integration, iPhone apps and Web services, cloud computing, e-commerce, the latest trends in Web design, how to get started with Drupal, and much, much more. All sessions fall into one of six tracks including First Impressions, Design & Usability, Code-Free Success, Technical Details, Leveraging Drupal for Business, and Providing Professional Drupal Services.
Registration for DrupalCon San Francisco is only $195 through March 25. After that, it goes up to $225. All attendees will be able to participate in three full days of sessions and seminars led by the best and brightest minds in the Drupal community.
For more information, visit: http://sf2010.drupal.org/