Speaking at DrupalCon Amsterdam

I’ve attended numerous DrupalCons since my first in Prague in 2013, as a delegate, as a [{{site.companies.drupal_association.name}}]({{site.companies.drupal_association.url}}) staff member, and also as a contribution sprint mentor. I’m excited to be attending DrupalCon Amsterdam again this year - but as my first time as a DrupalCon speaker.

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Super excited to be giving my first @DrupalConEur talk!#drupal #drupalcon #php #ansible https://t.co/5ZOPClUjvC pic.twitter.com/TWih82Ny0P

— Oliver Davies (@opdavies) July 16, 2019’ } %}

The session that I’m going to be presenting is a twenty minute version of my Deploying PHP applications with Ansible, Ansible Vault and Ansistrano talk.

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I’ve been working with Drupal since 2007 (or maybe 2008), and it was the subject of my first meetup talk in 2012. Since then I’ve given 48 more talks (including one workshop) at various user groups and conferences on a range of development and systems administration topics. So it’s a nice conincedence that this will be my fiftieth (50th) talk.

Thanks also to my employer, {{site.companies.inviqa.name}}, who are giving me the time and covering my costs to attend the conference.