As the UK’s biggest Drupal event, Drupalcon London, is currently underway (today is day 2 of 5), I thought I’d just post a quick reminder on here of some of the key details for anyone who might have missed some of the previous publicity for this excellent industry event.

We did a little preview of the event on this blog back in June, but for those that didn’t catch it here’s a quick overview of what’s on offer this week:

  • 5 day event taking place at Fairfield Halls, Croydon, London
  • Around 40 separate sessions each and every day, organised by skill level (beginner/intermediate/advanced) and type (core/code/ecosystem/build/design/business)
  • The chance to meet hundreds of other Drupal professionals and experts
  • An excellent Sponsor fair, as well as plenty of fun parties and entertainment

While it’s too late to register through the pre-event booking system, you can still find spare tickets on the Drupalcon forum where people who have them, but are unable to attend, are trying to find latecomers wishing to go.

The whole thing is of course well covered on Twitter, with @drupalcon being the official profile and plenty of activity around #Drupalcon now that the event is truly in full swing. As proud sponsors of the Drupalcon, Eton Digital is also there in full attendance to enjoy this fantastic event and you can follow us with @etondigital for our thoughts and experiences (or even come and say hi in person).

Finally, for those unable to attend this year’s event, there is the opportunity to see all of the keynote speeches from each day on the drupalcon website, either as a live stream or a recorded clip later on, so you can get involved in all the interesting post-lecture online chatter even if you can’t be there in person.

Enjoy the conference, we will hopefully see you there!