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DrupalCon Denver

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Mon, 03/26/2012 - 2:57pm -- Benj

This was my third Drupalcon, after San Francisco in 2010 and Chicago last year. Despite my slow and snowy drive from Durango, the weather in Denver was beautiful - and much warmer than either San Francisco or Chicago. The Denver Drupal community deserves a huge congratulations and thank you - this event was outstanding, and I am thoroughly impressed! The venue was great, the sponsors and parties were super fun, the food was probably as good as we'll get when feeding 3,000+ people, and as icing on the cake, the wireless worked great for me!

Making Connections: DrupalCon 2011 in Chicago

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Fri, 04/08/2011 - 7:43am -- Benj

From March 5-11, I was in Chicago, representing DTEK at DrupalCon - the semi-annual gathering of the wonderfully diverse and vibrant Drupal community. The event brings together all types of Drupal users, and offers formal tracks and sessions on widely varied topics, from design and user interface, to ecommerce and core development. It's also a chance for many informal conversations about anything Drupal related, with the nearly 3,000 attendees from all over the world.

City of Seattle established 6 privacy principles in feb: http://t.co/o9OIT1f6V9 #iaffiliatesday 1 hour 51 min ago
#iaffiliatesday panel: access, privacy & info risk. Particularly interested in work of @newmedialaw . e.g. access to police data vs privacy 1 hour 58 min ago
First #iaffiliates day panel: growing up digital. Great stuff. @themediaspot you should talk with @MsNeginELM . https://t.co/Koo8ku33IW 3 hours 15 min ago
w00t - kicking off @UW_iSchool #iaffiliatesday at @SPLBuzz https://t.co/Koo8ku33IW 3 hours 42 min ago
RT @Bjoran_Identity: Well well, @ForumOne is looking real serious about earth day. Cc/ @AndyHieb @CodesLikeAGirl @breeselikewind http://t.c… 6 days 2 hours ago

For the first time, I felt like we had a true web partner who put out all their effort to explain what they didn't have to explain and offer advice when they didn't have to.

- Matt K.