DrupalCon Amsterdam

Acquia at DrupalCon Amsterdam

DrupalCon is an international event that brings together the people who use, develop, design, and support the Drupal platform. More than just another trade show or industry conference, it’s a shared experience that seeks to inspire and engage. DrupalCon Amsterdam will feature many curated sessions and panels from some of the most influential people and brightest minds within the Drupal community and beyond, as well as countless opportunities for networking, code sprints, informal conversations, and more. Whether you’re new to the community, have been around awhile, or are just curious to see what all the fuss is about - we have a place for you.

We're proud to be a Diamond Sponsor at DrupalCon Amsterdam. Here's what we're up to:

BOOTH

Visit us at Booth #2 to learn all about our products, network with our team of Drupal experts and pick up an official DrupalCon Amsterdam t-shirt!

PARTNER DAY

Join us for Acquia Partner Day! During this half day session, you will get an overview of Acquia’s Partner Program and its goals and initiatives. You will also be able to participate in interactive breakout discsussions and network with Acquia’s key executives. This event will give you a snapshot of our strategy and our commitment to our partners so you can accelerate your business with Acquia.

CERTIFICATION

Come and test your knowledge and skills and become an Acquia Certified Developer at DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014! For additional information on the program, how to prepare or to register, click here. Be sure to follow us on twitter @AcquiaCertified!

SESSIONS

Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire
DrupalCon Prenote

Dries Buytaert
Keynote

David Hwang, Brian Wald
The State of Front End

Nick Veenhof and Peter Wolanin
Turning Drupal Into a Machine for Automated Deployment

Jess Iandiorio
Business Showcase Session

Jess Myrbo, Alex Bronstein, Angie Byron
LAB: Upgrade YOUR module to Drupal 8

Prasad Shirgaonkar
How NOT to build and maintain a Drupal site

Josh Waihi
Understanding the building blocks of performance

Jakob Perry, Emilie Nouveau, and Jason Yee (MongoDB)
COD: Effectively Powering Conferences with Drupal

Wim Leers + Marco Molinari & Fabian Franz (Tag1 Consulting)
Render Caching in Drupal 7 and 8

David Hwang
Decoupled Front-end and the Future

Cameron Tod, Frederik Demets, Raphael Khaiat
Getting the Technical Win: How to Position Drupal to a Sceptical Audience

Ricardo Amaro, Jeremy Thorson (Sask-Tel)
Modernizing Testbot: The Future of Drupal.org Automated Testing

Kris Vanderwater
Drupal’s PHP Component Future

Gábor Hojtsy, Aimee Degnan (Hook42)
Drupal 8 multilingual hands-on

Gábor Hojtsy
LAB: Drupal 8 multilingual hands-on

Peter Wolanin + Klaus Purer (epiqo)
Cracking Drupal

Dries Buytaert, Jess Myrbo, Alex Bronstein, Angie Byron, et al
Q&A with Dries

Gábor Hojtsy
BOF: Multilingual therapy (questions and answers)

Gábor Hojtsy
BOF: We love localize.drupal.org

Kevin O'Leary
BOF: Lets rethink the permissions system

David Hwang
BOF: Headless/Decoupled Drupal: The Conversation Continues

Ricardo Amaro
BOF: How to run the new Docker Drupal TestBots locally?

Kevin O'Leary
BOF: Moving towards fully sharable content models with schema.org

For any questions, please contact Andrea Rosmarin.

Date: 
Monday, September 29, 2014 to Friday, October 3, 2014
Location: 
Amsterdam, Netherlands