How to Make Drupal “Work Smarter, Not Harder” aka An In-Depth Look into the Advanced Trainings Offered at DrupalCon Portland

So, you’ve got quite a bit of experience with Drupal, but some functions just aren’t working for you. There’s got to be a way to make Drupal really work for your needs. The Advanced Trainings being offered at DrupalCon Portland can help you do just that, whether it’s with creating modules, integrating Node.js with your Drupal site, or even just making sure your website design is responsive for all platforms.

DrupalCon Portland Schedule Announced: Don't Miss a Thing

We are excited to officially announce the DrupalCon Portland 2013 schedule. This conference program features keynotes from Dries Buytaert, Karen McGrane, and Michael Lopp, critical D8 updates by Drupal core maintainers, updates on the modules you use every day, and of course, some incredible after hours events. Make sure to check out the schedule so you don’t miss a thing!

Announcing Michael Lopp as 3rd DrupalCon Portland Keynote

We here at DrupalCon Portland are very excited to announce our final keynote speaker, Michael Lopp!

Michael Lopp is a Silicon Valley-based engineering leader who builds both people (who doesn't want to do this?!) and software at companies such as Borland, Netscape, Apple, and Palantir Technologies. While he's not worrying about staying relevant, he writes about pens, bridges, people, poker, and werewolves at the popular weblog, Rands in Repose. All common topics. Really.

The Wait is Over! DrupalCon Portland Opens Trainings, CXO, and Prepaid Ticket Registration

15 Professional Trainings led by world class Drupal Trainers

DrupalCon Portland will offer professional full-day training on Monday, May 20 to anyone interested in gaining hands-on knowledge on a variety of hot Drupal topics. Trainings are $440 unless otherwise stated. We recommend registering as soon as possible since trainings tend to sell out.

DrupalCon Portland Session Submissions Break Records, Track Chairs

One things is for certain, the Drupal community has great session ideas and it made session selection difficult. We had over 600 sessions submitted, a new DrupalCon record, but enough space for just 93. Lacking the ability to bend the space-time continuum, we had some tough choices to make.

When you break this down, we’ve got room for about 11-13 sessions per track. Considering the breadth of topics to cover, this doesn’t leave much wiggle room in decision making! Here’s a look at how that played out for Portland:

DrupalCon Portland Call for Core Conversations Now Open: Help shape the future of Drupal

Way back at DrupalCon Chicago the local team created a new track called Core Conversations. The purpose of this track was to focus squarely on the interests of core developers and those interested in keeping up with the bleeding edge of Drupal development. Crazy ideas and wild rants were encouraged, as long as they were focused and discussion and finding solutions. Since then Core Conversations have been a part of every DrupalCon.


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