Prague (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
The Drupal Association, the nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the Drupal open source project flourish, today announced the keynotes to be featured at DrupalCon Prague. DrupalCon Prague will take place at the Prague Congress Centre from 23-27 September 2013. Keynoters and topics include:
Dries Buytaert - Drupal’s founder and project lead will discuss the upcoming launch and marketing of the most powerful release of Drupal yet: Drupal 8.
Lisa Welchman - This world-renowned expert on web governance will share how she helps companies around the globe stabilize their complex, multi-stakeholder digital operations through sound digital governance practices.
Aral Balkan - Balkan is an experience designer working to change the world by bringing design thinking to open source to create a new category of technology: design‐led open source.
DrupalCon events are the largest in the world focused on growing Drupal skills, using Drupal as a business and marketing advantage, and networking with the software’s thriving community and ecosystem.
"We work hard to offer DrupalCon attendees skills and knowledge they can immediately take away and use in their work," said Holly Ross, Drupal Association executive director. "It’s exciting to feature such a strong lineup of keynotes presenting on topics our attendees want to hear about."
More information about Prague and the speaker lineup can be found here: https://prague2013.drupal.org/
About The Drupal Association
The Drupal Association is dedicated to helping the open source Drupal CMS project flourish. Drupal powers millions of websites and software applications, from personal blogs to the largest enterprises, media publishers, universites and government agencies, including The Economist, Examiner.com and White House websites. Drupal is constantly being improved by a community of people in 228 countries, speaking 181 languages. The Drupal Association provides the support, infrastructure and funding to grow the Drupal community, help with online collaboration at http://drupal.org, and produce and host DrupalCon events and other events around the world. Funds to support these programs come from memberships, sponsorships and donations. To learn more about the Drupal Association, the Drupal Project, and how to get involved and contribute, visit https://association.drupal.org/.