DrupalCon 2009

1-5 Sep 2009 (Add to calendar) GMT
FIAP Jean Monnet , Paris, FR

Building on the success of previous DrupalCons we have included all the core features you’d expect, high quality sessions and keynotes from Drupal leaders. Plus, for the first time, we are introducing a Business day and a Drupal Job fair to further increase your networking opportunies.

Conference events have been designed to reflect the diversity of the Drupal Community. Whatever your interest or involvement you will find something that is thought-provoking and stimulating. From beginners to Drupal ninjas, from PHP geeks to usability fanatics, everyone will find their own way through the four days of sessions.

  • Developers: For module developers, PHP developers and architects, we will discuss API, database, performance and making Drupal 7 a winning solution.
  • Front-end specialists: For the creative designers - XHTML, CSS, JavaScript gurus and usability specialists, we will discuss usability improvements, front-end technics and leverage Drupal theming processes.
  • Builders: For webmasters and non technical folks, our speakers will show you how to pick the right Drupal modules and build outstanding websites without a single line of code.
  • Business people: A whole day - dedicated to entrepreneurs, business leaders and IT managers - demonstrating what Drupal can do and how to do it right.

And families, yes, we want you to come with your loved ones and we are preparing something special for them…

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