DrupalCamp Vienna 2013 - Nov 22-24 - schedule published

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Dear Drupalistas from all over Europe and beyond!

It's official - the schedule for DrupalCamp Vienna 2013 is now online:

We were pretty stunned by the fact that you folks submitted an awesome amount of 60 sessions. Selecting sessions always means that you have to draw a line at some point, but I really think that we were able to put together an outstanding line-up of Drupal and non-Drupal talks for this conference.

Keynotes anyone?

This is really exciting for us! Jeffrey aka. Jam McGuire from Acquia will kick-off the camp with his Friday keynote "Connecting Open Minds" that very much reflects our conference theme: connect with relevant experts from within and outside of the Drupal community.

Equally exciting, but from a totally different angle, John O'Nolan, founder of the Ghost project keynotes the second day of DrupalCamp Vienna: "Focus: The Value of Choosing Just One Thing at The Bazaar" is about the value of not diversifying, but doing just one thing - and doing it really, really well.


Give me some content!

We have plenty of it. There are 2 keynotes, 36 sessions in four tracks and a closing session with 9 featured speakers and don't forget about a specific track for BoFs plus an all-day coding lounge!

Which topics are being covered? 10 sessions are on coding & development, 9 sessions about front-end & design, 9 sessions on site building, 6 business sessions and both 1 session on content strategy as well as user groups & community.

Last chance to get your early bird tickets...

Almost 200 of you have already reserved their tickets, thanks a lot! If you haven't bought your ticket yet, please note that this Tuesday, 5th of November is the last day to get your conference pass on our special rate of only € 25,-.

Let's not forget about the trainings!

We'd also like to invite you again to check out our pre-conference trainings. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn the Symfony framework directly from the Sensio Labs CTO Freerich Bäthge and learn from Drupal experts such as: Gábor Hojtsy, the Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative lead, Wolfgang Ziegler, creator of the Entity API and the Rules module or Sebastian Siemssen, the Omega 4.x maintainer. And finally, Jürgen Mayrbäurl from Microsoft offers a training to run Drupal on Windows Azure.


DrupalCamp Vienna 2013 is ready for you! Check out the schedule, help us spread the word and don't forget to connect with open minds, for example by using our twitter hashtag #dcvie!

Josef / dasjo from the DrupalCamp Vienna team.


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Tomorrow, we will be

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Tomorrow, we will be kicking-off DrupalCamp Vienna for a training day at Microsoft Österreich offices. You can still show up at registration 8-9am for last minute tickets:

Also note that there are exactly 10 tickets left for camp itself - join 290 other people from 25 countries!

What a shame

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Hi there, shame on me that I missed such a great camp just closed to my residence this year. I feel really guilty, sorry and of course very very upset on my own. Well there are some serious reason that's why I had missed this great thing. I tried to finished my Beethoven violin concert the first chapter. This is the cause. I love both- Drupal and Violin. With out them I can't imagine my life. Well violin is going along with me since 30 years and drupal just for 5 year but both has great roles in my life.

Now the violin became for me just a hobby--also a pity for my dream and I am trying to collect my daily bread and butter with drupal. As a newbee with enthusiasm, fascinations and surviving option I have already made some nice and well working drupal sites and they are running. Now I must say I have to drag me deep in drupal world.

If any of our drupaler need my support on playing violin-learning on it or have some problem I would be glad to put some light on your wishes. Do not be hesitate to ask me- write me and get me.

Happy to be drupaler- now it is time to be 100% drupaler- please keep me up to date what is happening in drupal world Vienna.

Cheers and have a great day!