News & Updates
It can be difficult to decide whether to send representatives of your organization to DrupalCon. You may find yourself asking questions like, what's the ROI? What’s the value of being there in person? Is it really worth the money? There are tremendous benefits, measurable and immeasurable, to sending your employees to DrupalCon. Here are three reasons why going is a win-win for both your employees and your organization.
While seeing the Driesnote is always a highlight of every DrupalCon, this year's other keynote speakers are guaranteed to please as well. We are excited to announce one of the keynote speakers for DrupalCon Los Angeles: on Wednesday morning, expect to hear from Matt Asay, a seasoned open source professional and regular tech columnist.
Our call for papers closed recently for DrupalCon Los Angeles, and we couldn't be more excited about how many fantastic submissions we received. While selections are still in process, we can share data with you on how many sessions we received, and on what topics -- and we can give you some tips for getting your session selected.
This year in Los Angeles, the Higher Ed Summit will be part of the official DrupalCon program for the first time. Along with the Business and Community Summits, the Higher Ed Summit will meet on Monday, May 11.
It is well understood within the tech community that most of our executives started out as being highly technical; in the trenches writing code for 15 hours a day. Like many journeyman professions, the more successful you are at your skillset, the more likely you’ll be rewarded with larger, higher profile, projects. The master developers among us are often asked to lead within our organizations and eventually take on such diverse responsibilities as scrum leader, mentor, technical lead, and eventually, the role of technology executive.
For those of us who have been breathlessly waiting, it’s finally here: registration for DrupalCon Los Angeles is open at last!
Coming up in May, DrupalCon Los Angeles promises to be a fantastic time — so make sure you register today to get the earlybird rate.
Last year at DrupalCon, we proudly declared the front end to be the equal of our back end counterparts in practice and skill.
This year, we reaffirm the unique importance of our role: the front end is the intersection of presentation and structure, content and experience, and design and engineering.
As we hurtle through 2015, DrupalCon Los Angeles is appearing on the horizon — and with it, the deadline for session submissions. This Friday, February 27 at 11:59 PM PST is the last day to submit your proposals for sessions and training, and your last opportunity to apply for grants or scholarships if you need a little help getting to DrupalCon.