Ixis are backing DrupalCamp NW 2012

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Ixis are delighted to be sponsoring the forthcoming DrupalCamp North West, which is being held at Salford University’s business school at MediaCity UK.

The event is the brainchild of the North West Drupal User Group, bringing together developers, themers and those using, or interested in, Drupal and will be held on 23-25 November.

Friday is entitled Drupal Means Business - giving delegates and businesses the opportunity to network with potential partners and learn from enthusiasts in the digital industry. The business day is aimed at Digital Managers, Marketing Managers and IT Procurement Managers.

Business sessions will include case studies from our clients including Epilepsy Action and the British Council sharing learning and knowledge on open source projects. 

Saturday will be a session-based format targeted at developers, with guest speakers and sessions held throughout the venue. Sunday gives the attendees the chance to decide the topics and formats of discussion. Popular proposed topics will be curated and groups will then enjoy a day of debate and collaborative discussions. Speakers confirmed include Morton DK and Josh Koenig, both active and prolific Drupal developers. Our very own Mike Carter will be hosting a session during the camp which is not to be missed!

We will also be recruiting during the weekend, so speak to us if you think you're right for Ixis, we are always looking for good developers with a strong PHP background, Linux Sys Admins and client services staff.

Ixis are supporting the event via sponsorship and also help with marketing and promotion of the event. Find out how you can spread the word too here.

You can book your place for the business day here and the developer days via the site here

We look forward to seeing you there!

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