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We're Going to Drupalcon

We're Going to Drupalcon

DrupalCon Szeged 2008

Here at CommonPlaces we're proud to be a Silver Sponsor of Drupalcon Szeged 2008, located in Szeged, Hungary.

The last Drupalcon was hosted in Boston, Massachusetts, which was a bit closer to our office (4,211 miles closer, to be exact). Nevertheless, we can't imagine a Drupalcon without CommonPlaces. That's why we're sending Ben Bassi, our CEO, and Erich Beyrent, our VP of Engineering, to Szeged. They're both really excited about visiting Hungary, as well as meeting and interacting with some of the talented individuals who are working as pioneers in the Drupal field. "DrupalCon gives people the opportunity to not only improve their knowledge through valuable learning sessions, but to participate in the community and improve Drupal itself," Erich said.

Beyrent will also be presenting at Drupalcon! His presentation, "Hack-Proof Your Drupal App '- Key Habits of Secure Drupal Coding," will be a part of the Code development track of the conference.

Drupalcon is an international conference centered on Drupal, an open source, Web Content Management System. We love to talk Drupal, so feel free to call us for a free quote for your next project. Our number is (603) 362-8227.

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