DrupalCon plan of attack

DrupalCon 2008 Boston starts on Monday and it looks like a great lineup. Registration has just sold out at 800 attendees. After years of being a JavaOne participant, I am interested in seeing this burgeoning project’s first big conference. There is a ton of optimism building off of the release of Drupal 6, and things are setup nicely for a great experience.

As Irakli pointed out earlier this week, he will be there too. There is a ton to do, and I’m looking forward to getting a fresh perspective and sharing ideas.

Frank Febbraro, Chief Technology Officer
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DrupalCon 2008 Boston starts on Monday and it looks like a great lineup. Registration has just sold out at 800 attendees. After years of being a JavaOne participant, I am interested in seeing this burgeoning project’s first big conference. There is a ton of optimism building off of the release of Drupal 6, and things are setup nicely for a great experience.

As Irakli pointed out earlier this week, he will be there too. There is a ton to do, and I’m looking forward to getting a fresh perspective and sharing ideas. Here are events I plan to attend.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Many of the sessions that I’m interested in are more on the business side of things – specifically, ways to develop our business (recruiting, collaboration, community involvement, etc) to be effective in the Drupal market. I’m also focused on a few key sessions that I hope will spark some solutions regarding the typical Drupal problems of performance and testability. If you are going to be in Beantown this coming week, hit me up, lets share ideas and maybe a few beers :-)

Frank Febbraro

Chief Technology Officer