Myhost.ie are delighted to be sponsoring the next Drupal Camp which takes place on Saturday 15th May 2010 & Sunday 16th May 2010
DrupalCamp Ballyvaughan is a free weekend conference on Drupal, a hugely popular publishing system that combines website content management and social media capabilities continually developed by ever-growing open source community.
Attendees to the two-day conference can learn about features of the forthcoming release of Drupal 7 and can hear reports from developers who will have returned from the upcoming DrupalCon in San Francisco. Proposed session topics include contributed productivity modules, Drupal and the semantic web and a selection of showcases of websites built with Drupal. A popular feature of previous camps is Drupal Surgery where attendees can discuss issues with current projects. Speaker profiles and session topics are being posted online at www.drupalwest.com. The exact timetable and schedule will be posted nearer to the conference date.
More information can be found HERE and HERE
Conference and Venue Details
9am – 5pm, Saturday 15th May 2010 & Sunday 16th May 2010
Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland
Website for free online registration and more information:
Founded by Belgian computer scientist Dries Buytaert, in 2001, as a social tool to keep in touch with university friends, the software and its supporting community has grown extensively over the years. Drupal is free, as is the case with other open-source blogging and content management systems such as WordPress and Joomla.
Drupal allows for extensive flexibility and scaleability in customising a content management system. All code is openly available and contributed to by Drupal developers worldwide.