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Normally I wouldn't announce a party so far in advance, but people are already buying plane tickets and booking hotel rooms for DrupalCon 2011 and
Following a blog post I wrote on how to find all the Drupalistas in your town, I got this tweet from
I was lucky enough to meet quite a few local organizers at Drupalcon, and a few folks who were looking to grow their local communities as well. I promised them that I would share some of the things I've learned over the years.
For the last four or five months, I've been speaking about communities of practice (CoP) as a model for 1) propagating Drupal culture through this period of r
As I said in a previous post, there is a shortage of qualified Drupal talent.
My buddy Vito made a few thoughtful comments (It's not jus
Back in January, Dries Buytaert, founder and lead of the Drupal CMS, wrote on his blog:
Despite the overall job situation nowadays, for a Drupal developer/designer, things look pretty good. There are way more drupal jobs and contracts than the local talent can fill. Way more.