Dear Drupalistas from all over Europe and beyond!
It's official - the schedule for DrupalCamp Vienna 2013 is now online:
We were pretty stunned by the fact that you folks submitted an awesome amount of 60 sessions. Selecting sessions always means that you have to draw a line at some point, but I really think that we were able to put together an outstanding line-up of Drupal and non-Drupal talks for this conference.
This is really exciting for us! Jeffrey aka. Jam McGuire from Acquia will kick-off the camp with his Friday keynote "Connecting Open Minds" that very much reflects our conference theme: connect with relevant experts from within and outside of the Drupal community.
Equally exciting, but from a totally different angle, John O'Nolan, founder of the Ghost project keynotes the second day of DrupalCamp Vienna: "Focus: The Value of Choosing Just One Thing at The Bazaar" is about the value of not diversifying, but doing just one thing - and doing it really, really well.
Give me some content!
We have plenty of it. There are 2 keynotes, 36 sessions in four tracks and a closing session with 9 featured speakers and don't forget about a specific track for BoFs plus an all-day coding lounge!
Which topics are being covered? 10 sessions are on coding & development, 9 sessions about front-end & design, 9 sessions on site building, 6 business sessions and both 1 session on content strategy as well as user groups & community.
Last chance to get your early bird tickets...
Almost 200 of you have already reserved their tickets, thanks a lot! If you haven't bought your ticket yet, please note that this Tuesday, 5th of November is the last day to get your conference pass on our special rate of only € 25,-.
Let's not forget about the trainings!
We'd also like to invite you again to check out our pre-conference trainings. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn the Symfony framework directly from the Sensio Labs CTO Freerich Bäthge and learn from Drupal experts such as: Gábor Hojtsy, the Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative lead, Wolfgang Ziegler, creator of the Entity API and the Rules module or Sebastian Siemssen, the Omega 4.x maintainer. And finally, Jürgen Mayrbäurl from Microsoft offers a training to run Drupal on Windows Azure.
Josef from the DrupalCamp Vienna team.