DrupalCamp Bristol 2017 - Early Bird Tickets, Call for Sessions, Sponsors
15th May 2017
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In less than two months time, DrupalCamp Bristol will be back for our third year! (July seems to come around quicker each year). This is this year’s schedule and venues:
- 30th June - CXO (Business) day - Watershed
- 1st July - Developer conference - University of Bristol, School of Chemistry
- 2nd July - Contribution sprints - Venue TBC
Today we announced Emma Karayiannis as our Saturday keynote speaker, and we’ll be announcing some of the other speakers later this week.
Not submitted your session yet? The session submissions are open until May 31st. We’re looking for talks not only on Drupal, but other related topics such as PHP, Symfony, server administration/DevOps, project management, case studies, being human etc. If you want to submit but want to ask something beforehand, please send us an email or ping us on Twitter.
Not spoken at a DrupalCamp before? No problem. We’re looking for both new and experienced speakers, and have both long (45 minutes) and short (20 minutes) talk slots available.
Not bought your tickets yet? Early bird tickets for the CXO and conference days are still available! The sprint day tickets are free but limited, so do register for a ticket to claim your place.
We still have sponsorships opportunities available (big thanks to Microserve, Deeson and Proctors) who have already signed up), but be quick if you want to be included in our brochure so that we can get you added before our print deadline! Without our sponsors, putting on this event each year would not be possible.
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Oliver Davies is a full-stack Web Developer and System Administrator based in the UK. He is a Senior Developer at Microserve and a part-time freelancer specialising in Drupal, Symfony and Laravel development and Linux systems administration.