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Propose a session for Baltimore Drupal Camp

The inaugural Baltimore event will be held at the University of Baltimore Nov. 7-8.

Drupal is a CMS with a loyal following. (Photo by Flickr user Gábor Hojtsy, used under a Creative Commons license)

Session proposals are now open for November’s Baltimore Drupal Camp.
The two-day camp, sponsored by the Baltimore Drupal Meetup group, will be held Nov. 7-8 at the University of Baltimore’s William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center
Get tickets ($20)
Attendance is capped at 120.
“Our community has grown by leaps and bounds in the last year,” Drupal group founder Daniel Schiavone said in a release. “We already have a lot of interest in the camp so I believe we’ll be making it an annual event.”
The camp will have three tracks of programming and a keynote address on the first day, with a deeper focus on coding and training during the second day.
“Drupal is a robust and sophisticated CMS platform that has attracted a loyal following of highly technical developers,” Schiavone said. “That said, the platform is also drawing novice developers, content managers and designers who are eager to learn more about its capabilities. Our goal at Baltimore Drupal Camp is to offer sessions that appeal to both.”
Proposal submissions close on Oct. 31, according to the event website.
The inaugural camp will be held in November.

Companies: University of Baltimore

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