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Drupal Drop In - London, February 2011
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
After the excitement of last month's Drupal 7 release party, we're back to our regular schedule (2nd Tuesday of the month), and once again Microsoft is hosting us in their fantastic presentation space.
The theme for this month is Useful Modules.
We all know about Views, and CCK - the aim of this event is to introduce you to less well know modules that will be must have additions to every site you build from now on.
We have room for 200 attendees, if all tickets are taken please add yourself to the waiting list.
Presentations will start at 6:30pm.
Ask A Drupal Expert
We have a booth where you will be able to put your questions to Drupal experts.
Food, Drink, and Prizes
Pub After Event
We will move to a pub after the last presentation at 9 p.m.
The tag for this event is #drupal_ldn, all presentations will be available after the event, and we may be providing live streaming.
What Is Drupal?
Out of the box Drupal provides a rich toolset for quickly setting up
and maintaining a website, including content management and advanced
community building features.
Drupal is also framework for rapid development, so new features such as eCommerce can be quickly added by installing a plug in from a library of existing modules, over 6,000 currently available - or you can develop your own modules and plug them in.
Who's Using Drupal?
The White House, New York Observer, MTV UK, The Economist....and many more. You've probably been to many Drupal sites without realising it!
This event is organised by Mark Baker, and Robert Castelo.
Mark Baker is an Open Source sales and marketing expert.
Robert Castelo is a director at Code Positive, a Drupal London consultancy with a long history of involvement in the Drupal community.
Microsoft has supported the Drupal community for several years, and implemented interoperability with many of it's software products.