BrightLemon are attending DrupalCon Vienna! Here’s how the team plan on making it the most enjoyable and worthwhile DrupalCon yet.
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With just a week to go until DrupalCon Vienna, much of the Drupal community in Europe have been eagerly packing their suitcases and preparing their flight itinerary ahead of the four days of coding, networking, socialising, and inspiring.
The BrightLemon team are pleased to say that they’re amongst these excited bunch!
History of DrupalCon
Every year since 2005, the passionate and active community of Drupal users have been getting together to attend DrupalCon.
DrupalCon is an event that takes place globally in continents such as Europe, USA and, most recently, Asia.
Image of DrupalCon crowd at DrupalCon Barcelona 2016
Why are we attending DrupalCon Vienna?
We’re sending employees from a variety of roles in the company to DrupalCon Vienna, including: BackEnd development, Marketing and BizDev, and Project Management.
The sessions, workshops and speeches at DrupalCon Vienna will provide an invaluable form of training for these team members. Project Management sessions, Drupal Marketing sprints, and Coding and Development sessions will all be on the team’s agenda.
And that’s right. We did say ‘Marketing sprints’.
DrupalCon Vienna have made the thrilling announcement that they will be hosting the first ever Marketing Sprints to take place at a DrupalCon. So Drupal’s commercial pioneers can get in on the action more than ever this year.
Not only is DrupalCon Vienna an excellent opportunity for BrightLemon employees to network and exchange knowledge and skills with talented, like-minded people, but it’s also an opportunity for us to give back to the community that we owe so much to.
BrightLemon will be sponsoring the Women in Drupal event – helping to ‘debug the gender gap’ (as Anna Radulovski so cleverly put it) and ultimately make the Drupal community and events like DrupalCon Vienna more inclusive, equal and embracing.
How we plan on making the most out of DrupalCon Vienna
Whether it’s your first time at DrupalCon or you’re a DrupalCon pro, these tips will come in handy for anyone looking to leave Vienna feeling completely fulfilled. And if you spot the BrightLemon team whilst exploring the event, be sure to say hello and put your networking skills to practice.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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