Whether your Drupal site is for a small-business, a government organization, e-commerce, or health-care data, it is always important to maintain your online security. Being vulnerable to defacement, data breech, theft of your resources or loss of customer data can easily ruin the reputation and business of a company. Then this pre-conference training session on March 19 is the place to be to keep this from happening to you.
We’ve launched a new feature to help you plan your days at DrupalCon Denver.
It’s simple to use, just log into your Drupal.org account (the one you used to register for DrupalCon) and then visit the Schedule page. There, you will find a list of DrupalCon events organized by day and time. Click on the title of each separate event listing, and conveniently located beneath the event title you will find an “Add to My Schedule” link. Click once and you will have added a new event to your personal schedule!
If you are an experienced developer ready to dive into Drupal, then take a look at the pre-conference training session “Making the Switch to Drupal.” This March 19, day long course is led by Jeff Beeman, Josh Brauer, and Chris Porter - three experts from the Drupal powerhouse Acquia. With years of experience in both Drupal development and training, you can be confident that you’ll leave with a great perspective on what Drupal can do for you - and you’ll have a great time in the process.
Through hands-on activities, several key topics in Drupal site building will be covered:
One of the eight tracks featured in DrupalCon Denver's program, Core Conversations is a track dedicated to the future of Drupal. Many session ideas were submitted, and an amazing select few have been locked in to the official program schedule. Read more about these sessions on our Core Conversations page and make sure to check out the full line-up on our Schedule page, too!
One of the many great applications of Drupal is E-Commerce. If you’ve ever built or managed an online store, you know that choosing the right framework can make a huge difference in your workload. From managing products to issuing refunds, e-commerce sites prove to be a challenge, even for experienced developers.
Spread the word, tell your friends and fellow Drupalistas! Whether you know a lot about Drupal, or only a little and want to know more, you will find plenty to keep you busy! But now is the time to register. Early Bird pricing ends on February 21 at 12:00 Midnight MT (8:00 a.m. UTC).
A few DrupalCon’s ago we started a day focused on business owners and those expressing an interest in Drupal an opportunity to come and meet some of the community and learn more about Drupal. The response was very positive, so we’re offering it again in Denver!
In "Site Building and More," new and experienced Drupal users can learn from the innovative mentored, hands-on training presented by the Buildamodule.com team. Students will be guided through the process of creating a fully functional Drupal web site, and more experienced Drupal users and developers can still attend and learn more advanced material. Here are some benefits of the training:
If this is your first DrupalCon - welcome to the party! A great way to get yourself up to speed before the conference is to attend the Absolute Beginners Guide to Drupal training session on Monday March 19th.
The course is presented by Open Source Training and is a full-day course available at a discounted price of $350 if you have already registered for the conference.