DrupalCamp Brings Florida IT Community Together
A dedicated community of Open Source content management software developers from throughout the Sunshine State are convening February 20th and 21st at the annual Florida DrupalCamp in Altamonte Springs.
This year, new and seasoned users of Drupal (Drupal.org) will spend Saturday participating in beginner, intermediate and advanced education tracks, and Sunday working together in a "Coding for a Cause" sprint to create a Drupal web site for a selected non-profit organization.
Open Source tools like Drupal are a great resource for companies and organizations to cost-effectively connect, communicate, and organize people and information using the Internet. Drupal is a completely free modular content management system that can be used to easily build and customize websites and use blogs, video and user content to build communities.
The event is an opportunity to get an overview of Drupal and what it can do. Attendees can also get to know the developers and user community in Florida, and hear guest speaker Addison Berry of Lullabot discuss how everyone can participate in the growing international community.
The event will be held at the offices of Mind Comet in Altamonte Springs. For more information and to register, visit http://2010.fldrupalcamp.org/