Check-in, Presentation and Developer Workshop
In less than a week I'll be flying out to Germany for this year's European DrupalCon.
Thursday August 9. If you're a speaker, you'll want to attend the third and final speaker check-in. It's taking place online this Thursday. Details on the speaker resources page. The session will include all the details I have about your rooms, the projectors, the microphones, the stages. You can pre-register and have a reminder email sent to you so that you don't forget. (The password is always "drupal".)
Tuesday August 21. My own DrupalCon session, Evaluating Base Themes, is a spin-off from this blog post. As part of the session I've had the creators of the base themes tell me what they thing the best, and worst, features are for their base themes. I'm really looking forward to this talk. If you can't make it to Munich, be sure to watch the recording later.
September 20. Seats are filling up for my new workshop, PHP for Developers. This workshop is for Drupal developers who want to hit the ground running for Drupal 8 with the new PHP language features, OOP, and Symfony2 framework. (It includes pre-workshop resources for junior developers too.) I am co-teaching this course with Lorna Jane. Registration is going very well and I expect we'll sell out before the end of the month. Participant sponsors in the workshop include Stanford University, Drupalize.Me, Teach for America, Ixis, and Open Sourcery. I'd love to add your company's name to this list. Read more about this workshop specially designed for Drupal developers who are ready to level up.