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Drupal Camp Toronto 2010

Drupal Camp Toronto 2010 is less than a week away.

Toronto will be holding its 3rd Drupal Camp on October 15th and 16th at the Toronto Reference Library on Yonge (near bloor). We've had dozens of volunteers preparing for months to make this the best Drupal Camp Toronto has seen.

World Class Speakers and Topics

There are three keynotes featuring Dries Buytaert (founder of the Drupal project and CTO at Acquia), Jeff Eaton (Lullabot) and Mark Brown (Microsoft).

Besides the those big names we've got dozens of session proposals by several other big names that will be finalized into a schedule on Tuesday October 12th. (You've still got time to vote for your favorite.) Some popular proposals so far include Drupal scalability, Drupal 7 theming and Accessibility in Drupal 7.

There will also be a common area for plenty of Birds of a Feather sessions throughout the two day event. You'll have opportunities to talk with fellow Drupalers and presenters about things that excite you most about Drupal.

Register Now

October 9th 2010 1PM
By: andre

 

Be Circle Podcast 4: Drupal Alpha 2, Upgrading Drupal, DUGTO

Audio Podcast: 

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Be Circle Podcast 4: Drupal 7 Alpha 2, Upgrading Drupal, DUGTO (Drupal User's Group Toronto Ontario)

Today I follow up on some topics from Be Circle Podcast 3 and touch on the adoption of Drupal 6 and Drupal upgrade paths.

Note: I noticed that I tend to say 'we' a lot in my podcasts. I usually mean we as users or we as a community and don't want to infer that we (as in the royal we, as in Be Circle) are necessarily claiming ownership of happenings or code or anything for that matter. I'm going to try and be a bit more clear in the future.

February 22nd 2010 2AM
By: andre

 

Be Circle Podcast 3: Drupal 7 Alpha, Jquery 1.4, Drupalcon SF, Drupal User Groups

Audio Podcast: 

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Be Circle Podcast 3: Drupal 7 Alpha, Jquery 1.4, Drupalcon SF, Drupal User Groups

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February 18th 2010 10AM
By: andre

 
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