DrupalCon Portland

Memories of DrupalCon Portland

DrupalCon Portland iconEvery DrupalCon has its own personality. Before we let Portland slip away into the distant past, let’s revisit a few memories that made this Con unique, and a great addition to the storied history of DrupalCons.  

 

The DrupalCon host city is always an important character in the cast and Portland was no exception. The weather turned on a dime from record high temperatures and sunshine at the beginning of the week to record low temperatures, wind and rain. The abrupt switch left visitors scratching their heads, while those who live in Portland simply shrugged, reciting the motto “If you don’t like the weather in Portland, just wait a few minutes.”

Sponsored blog post: Where should Drupal professionals focus for the next phase of growth?

As part of the Diamond and Platinum sponsorships for DrupalCon Portland, we've offered leaders at these sponsor companies the opportunity to guest blog on the Drupal Association site. In today's post, Robert Douglass of Commerce Guys takes a look at where Drupal is today, and the untapped opportunities for Drupal growth in e-commerce.

Sponsored blog post: DrupalCon pass giveaway from Palantir.net

As part of the Diamond and Platinum sponsorships for DrupalCon Portland, we've offered leaders at these sponsor companies the opportunity to guest blog on the Drupal Association site. Today's post is the first of those--written by George DeMet--announcing a DrupalCon pass giveaway from Palantir.net

DrupalCon Portland Registration Opens!

Registration is now open for DrupalCon Portland, taking place May 20-24, 2013 at the Oregon Convention Center. Early bird pricing of $400 is available through March 15.  On March 16 the price goes up to $500. Combo passes for WebVisions and Symfony Live are also now available!

DrupalCon Portland 2013: Design Partner RFP and Request for Volunteers Open

The next DrupalCon North America event is taking shape for Portland, Oregon, May 20-24, 2013. The venue and hotel are set. It’s a given that there will be coffee, bikes, mountains, bridges, rivers and salmon. It’s the Silicon Forest and there’s lots of open source here. In fact, it’s where the Drupal Association is now located too. And although we host the DrupalCons, we don’t have the staff to do it all.

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