DrupalCon Schedule and BoF Sign-Ups are Live!
DrupalCon will begin before you know it. But you can plan your schedule today! There'll be more than 150 sessions, three keynotes, an unforgettable pre-note, and some important community conversations happening all week.
Build your own schedule
To start building your own schedule, choose a session. Then choose the “Add to my schedule” option.
To review the sessions by day of the week, check out the main schedule. There, you can sort sessions by day and track. As you build your agenda, we'll pull the sessions together for you on your own schedule page.
Find Birds of a Feather
Birds of a Feather sessions (BOFs) are informal. They're a chance for you to meet people with shared interests. Topics aren't limited to Drupal; they're up to you. People discuss ideas like working with other open source projects and improving community management. There's even been a roundtable about knitting.
To claim a BOF, pick a day and time on the daily schedule. Choose the "Create a BOF" option and add a description. We just ask that you don't claim more than two BOFs (so other people have space to meet too).
You can sign up online until April 1, 2017 at 23:59pm EST. But because those spots can fill up fast, it won't be your only chance. While most BOF spots will be gone by April 1, we're setting aside space you can reserve once in Baltimore.
We are also featuring some important community conversations, happening in BoF room 313 - check them out and join the discussion! Check out the BoF schedule now and begin adding them to your schedule.
Get your ticket
Have you been waiting until now to register? Get them now while tickets are still discounted from the door price.
About Drupal Sun
Drupal Sun is an Evolving Web project. It allows you to:
- Do full-text search on all the articles in Drupal Planet (thanks to Apache Solr)
- Facet based on tags, author, or feed
- Flip through articles quickly (with j/k or arrow keys) to find what you're interested in
- View the entire article text inline, or in the context of the site where it was created
See the blog post at Evolving Web