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DrupalCon Coming To San Francisco

DrupalCon Coming To San Francisco

Community invited to submit sessions now through February 15
SAN FRANCISCO – February 3, 2010 – DrupalCon San Francisco will take place April 19-21, 2010 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. DrupalCon is the premier conference for Drupal, an award-winning open source content management framework. Conference organizers are expecting more than 2,500 attendees, making this the largest DrupalCon event to date.

More than 500,000 people in 228 countries, speaking 181 different languages use Drupal. Hundreds of businesses in a variety of verticals rely on Drupal to power their websites. Drupal can be leveraged to build anything from a blog to a large-scale magazine or social networking site due to its powerful, flexible, and modular approach to web development.

Dries Buytaert, Drupal’s original creator and project lead, will offer one of the keynotes for the event. DrupalCon offers sessions for all experience levels. Hot topics include Drupal administration, design, theming, usability, e-commerce, module development, server configuration, and improvements in Drupal 7.

DrupalCon invites the community’s top developers, core maintainers, adopters, and thought leaders to submit sessions in following areas:
Welcome to Drupal - First Impressions
Design, Theme, and Usability - Style & Substance
Under the Hood - Technical Details
Configuration, Set-up & Administration - Code-free Success
Leveraging Drupal for Your Business
Providing Professional Drupal Services
The session submission process is open from now until February 15, 2010. From February 16th through March 1st the community will be invited to vote on these submissions. The results of this process will be reviewed, and the final schedule posted mid-March 2010, roughly a month before the conference begins.
To submit a session proposal, visit
For a registration fee of only $195, attendees get three full days of sessions led by the best and brightest minds in Drupal.
To learn more about DrupalCon SF follow @drupalcon on Twitter.
To register for the event visit

Daniel Schneider