Tales from Drupal Camp San Diego aka SANDcamp

2012 is off to a great start with my 1st DrupalCamp trip taking me to SANDCamp. I was especially excited about this trip as I have never been to San Diego before. The weather was awesome and the camp was great. Below is a break down of what transpired.
Pictured: Jacob Redding and Susan Rust at the after party on the Ivy Rooftop at Andaz.


DrupalCamp South Carolina review then off to Microsoft Headquarters

DualCore at SELF2011 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.

Step by Step instructions on setting up a WebEnabled Sandbox 30day free trial

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.

Presenting Five Hours of Beginner Sessions at DrupalCamp Asheville - Camp Number 10!

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. 

OpenCamp 2010 ROCKED!

Well, it happened again. For two days members of the popular Open Source platforms Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress got together to treat attendees to a marathon of training sessions. I would be remiss not to mention that there was also a small contingency of .net developers as well.


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