We Get Around
We just finished our Do It With Drupal conference in Brooklyn, NY. If you missed the event, or were there and missed some of the sessions (there were so many good ones to see), we'll have videos of ALL the sessions on Drupalize.Me in a few weeks. You'll need to be a subscriber to access the videos, so if you're not already, sign up today.
The next few months are packed with Drupal events, and Lullabot and Drupalize.Me are going to be at many of the U.S. ones. If you're planning to attend any of these, be sure to stop by our table or booth and say hi -- we'd love to answer any questions you have about Drupalize.Me or just hear what you think about it.
- BADCamp - October 21-23; Berkeley, CA
Lullabot CEO Jeff Robbins will be keynoting, and 'Bots Andrew Berry, Jeff Eaton, Nate Haug, Matt Kleve, and Joe Shindelar are presenting four different sessions at BADCamp. You'll also spy Addi Berry there as well. Check out the schedule for details.
- DrupalCamp New Hampshire - October 29; Manchester, NH
Jeff Robbins will be the keynote speaker here, too (he's a busy guy). He'll be joined by fellow 'Bot Michelle Lauer, who will be presenting there as well.
- Creating Drupal Sites & Themes - November 7-11; Providence, RI
Ok, this isn't a camp or conference, but it's still a great learning event Lullabot will be hosting at the snazzy Lullabot Activity Center! Lullabot and Chapter Three are joining forces to bring you workshops focused on creating and theming sites with Drupal 7. Joe Shindelar and Jen Lampton will lead this full week of expert Drupal training. Attend one workshop to brush up on a specific skill set, or sign up for both courses to get the most knowledge and the best value!
- DrupalCon Denver - March 19-23, 2012; Denver, CO
At this writing, Lullabot President Matt Westgate and Jeff Eaton are confirmed as speakers, but other 'Bots will likely be speaking and/or representin' at our booth.
"Spot the 'Bot" Events
We're also sponsoring a few other events where we won't have a table or booth, but a 'Bot or two will be milling around. Look for them. It's like "Where's Waldo?" but cooler.