The DrupalCon London Team had the task of narrowing 341 fantastic proposals into a schedule of 60 sessions, balanced across 5 tracks: Site Building and Environment Set-up, Business and Best Practices, Code & Coders, Design, UX & Theming, and Ecosystem. You can check out the schedule now and attendees will be able to build their schedule on the DrupalCon London site by logging in later this week.
This breaks down to 5 tracks with 12 sessions each. The 6th track, Core Conversations, will also have 12 sessions slots available and DrupalCon London will be opening core conversation session proposals between 14 June and 14 July 2011, 23:59 GMT+1. Core Conversations are a place for people actively working on Drupal or Drupal.org to meet and plan the future of Drupal (Drupal 8). We will announce selected Core Conversation sessions on 22 July 2011.
We remind you that we have some excellent pre-conference training courses and workshops scheduled for 22 August 2011 and invite you to register for these. This is a great opportunity for Drupalists at all levels of experience to learn from the experts.
The cost for a full day training varies from only £150 for the Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Drupal to £325 for advanced topics like Building Modules for Drupal 7 and Drupal Powered E-Commerce.
Demand for Drupal talent is high, so why not invest in your future!
Register now to attend DrupalCon London and for pre-conference training.
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See you at DrupalCon London 22-26 August 2011!
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