OK. Based on emails, IRC chats, Facebook posts, and tweets, it seems that ppl are quite confused as to where I am in this country and what I'm doing these days. So here's the scoop.
This is a blog post I wish I didn't have to write.
Dig into the powerful tools that make Drupal 7 the most flexible and efficient way to get your website online. In this introductory, hands-on workshop, you'll learn your way around the latest release of this popular web content management system.
While my favorite part of the whole gig was the late Saturday night performance by the perennial nerdcore artist DualCore [pictured left], there was plenty of Drupal going on as well. Drush, Drush-make, Features, CiviCRM, Module development, Theming, Workbench, Aegir, and more were on board.
OK. I haven't blogged in like 6 months! So this one may be long! :-)
In this post: 12 DrupalCamps in 2010 [How I did it and why]
In my next blog posts: [a] My brief stent with Acquia & [b] 2011 the year of Drupal Training [What I've been up to]
When ever I'm teaching a Drupal session at a DrupalCamp, LinuxFest, Local MeetUp or wherever, I find myself explaining to people how to set up their 30day free trial on WebEnabled.
Here are step by step instructions to get it done. No credit card is required to start the 30day free trial.
2 weeks ago was Drupal Camp Asheville in BEAUTIFUL North Carolina. It was my 10th camp this year and was by far the AWESOMEST town I've visited! The Camp took place at the Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in downtown Asheville, NC. The facility was PERFECT.
A Drupal Junkie's Tour Is Never Done!
If you follow me at all you know that I am a DrupalCamp Junkie. Right now I'm attending DrupalCamp Los Angeles. It's my 8th camp this year which average to one camp a month!