- Starts: 2013-02-06 08:30
- Ends: 2013-02-09 18:00
- Timezone: (GMT+10) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
- Where: Sydney / APAC
- Registration: Click Here for Details
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Australia and New Zealand have seen exponential growth in the use of the Drupal content management platform for building rich, social and highly scalable websites, and DrupalCon Sydney will bring the community together to share their knowledge, expertise and successes, and invite new Drupalers to learn together and grow.
Held a few steps from the sands of stunning Coogee Beach in the height of Sydney's summer, this world-class event will be essential to attend for any individual or organisation already using, or considering using Drupal as their content management platform. DrupalCon Sydney is all about helping you grow in your own use of Drupal, and in turn growing the strength of the community in the region.
Taking place from Wednesday February 6 to Saturday February 9 2013, this is the Drupal Association's first conference downunder since DrupalCon started in Europe and North America eight years ago. The conference will bring together web professionals who plan, design, build, and manage website content to learn about and exchange their Drupal knowledge, and will be your best chance to learn about who is using Drupal downunder, how they use it and why.
Coinciding with the push towards the release of Drupal 8 in 2013, the event will be attended by Drupal project founder Dries Buytaert and other international visitors key to the Drupal open source project.
Who should attend:
•Anyone who wants to learn about the open source Drupal CMS and how it can work for their websites
•Web developers, themers, site architects, project managers, content authors, designers, front and back end developers and more who want to engage with the community behind Drupal
•Web professionals and firms who offer or are seeking to provide Drupal related services
•Anyone working for an organisation that's adopted Drupal as their CMS
Technology decision makers