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Drupal7Camp Leeds 2011: A Review

Wednesday, May 25, 2011 - 09:59

This weekend I attended the Druapl7Camp 2011 in Leeds and so I booked a hotel room for the weekend and managed to find the right place on Saturday morning. I was one of the first to arrive and was able to greet people as the came through the door. With coffee flowing nicely and the wifi appearing to be stable we all set down to the first session.

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PHPNW10: A Review

Monday, October 11, 2010 - 08:48

This weekend saw the 3rd PHPNW conference and being a PHP developer, working in Manchester, it would be inexcusable for me not to attend :). After missing my train and pouring my first coffee of the day into my conference pack it wasn't the best of starts. However, I still managed to turn up in plenty of time so I didn't miss any of the talks and got to say hello to the people I know from the PHPNW user group and some who I met at the PHPNW conference in previous years.

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PHPNW 2010 Tickets Now On Sale

Sunday, June 20, 2010 - 22:24

Saturday 9th October 2010 will see the third PHPNW conference in Manchester, a conference devoted to all things PHP. PHPNW is a community of web developers, web designers and anyone else interested in PHP, from the North West of the United Kingdom. The monthly meetup is held on the first Tuesday of every month in the Revolution bar in Deansgate Locks. There is also an active mailing list.

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Drupal Focus On Enterprise, London, 26 May 2010

Monday, May 31, 2010 - 21:47

Drupal Focus On Enterprise 2010

2010 saw the third annual Drupal Focus on Enterprise conference, which took place at the Sun Microsystems offices in London. The free event, which is sponsored by Sun, brought together a set of speakers to talk about different things that they or their businesses have done with Drupal. Even though I live in Manchester I was lucky enough to go along.

The conference consisted of two tracks, with a number of talks in each. I obviously couldn't go to every talk, but the talks I did see were of a very professional standard. The tracks weren't set in designated rooms but a head count was made of everyone who wanted to see which track and the bigger room used for the talk that got more votes.

I also arranged to meet fellow North West Drupal User Group (NWDUG) member @eli_t at the conference.

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