Evolving Web at DrupalCamp Montreal 2011
With only a week to go, everyone at Evolving Web is getting ready for DrupalCamp Montreal. This will be our fourth Camp so far, and we’re proud to be Platinum sponsors of the event. The Camp will feature keynotes by Angie ‘webchick’ Byron and Jen Simmons, 26 sessions on topics ranging from open data to theming, and a multilingual code sprint.
To kick things off, our team will be joining Gabor Hojtsy at the multilingual code sprint on September 14-16. After helping out at the DrupalCon London sprint, we’re eager to get back into the code and help out as much as possible. Living and working in Montreal means that the majority of websites we create support multiple languages. Participating in a code sprint that focuses solely on multilingual code is the perfect opportunity for us to hone our skills, learn from others and contribute to the project.
For the first time, this year we’re offering training at the Camp. Evolving Web will be partnering with Acquia to provide free introductory Drupal training. The course will be taught on Drupal Gardens and will introduce participants to the fundamental concepts of Drupal, how to get started and some best practices. There are still a few spots open, so register now to join us.
In addition to training, our team will be presenting 5 sessions:
Friday, September 16:
Saturday, September 17:
- Multilingual Features in Drupal 7 with Suzanne Kennedy
- Estimating Drupal Projects with Simone Pereira and Aran Rasmussen
- Poutine Maker: An Introduction to the Field API with Tavish Armstrong
Sunday, September 18:
We’ve also got a few BOFs lined up, which you can find more about here.
As Camp organizers, we’ve put in a lot of time and effort into making sure everything comes together well and that everyone involved can get the most out of this experience. Evolving Web will be there in full force, and we’re really hoping to see you at DrupalCamp Montreal.