• Saturday Keynote by Jennifer Lea Lampton

    The DrupalCamp Twin Cities planning committee is delighted to announce our Saturday keynote speaker, Jennifer Lea Lampton.

    Jen is currently the Director of Training for Chapter Three in San Francisco. She maintains several modules on drupal.org where she is known as jenlampton, and has been actively building sites with Drupal since 2006. Jen is a huge advocate of the open-source community, and attends many camps and conferences around the country, as well as helping organize the Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADcamp) since 2007, and DrupalCon San Francisco in 2010.

    Jen in charge of curriculum development for Chapter Three, and has taught many workshops both publicly and privately for institutions including The United Nations, The US Federal Government, Stanford University, New York University and many others. We're fortunate to have her here leading the pre-camp Drupal in a Day training. Jen is also part of the pre-camp Usability Testing team. For DrupalCamp Twin Cities, Jen's keynote will be "Taking Drupal Back!".

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  • Friday Keynote by Angie "Webchick" Byron

    We are proud to announce our Friday keynote speaker for the 2011 DrupalCamp Twin Cities, Angie "webchick" Byron.

    Angie is on the Board of Directors for the Drupal Association, and the core  maintainer for the just-released Drupal 7. Known simply as "webchick" on drupal.org, she led Drupal’s participation in Google Summer of Code and Google’s Highly Open Participation (GHOP) programs, and guided Lullabot's collaboration on O'Reilly's first Drupal book, Using Drupal.

    A sought-after lecturer on a variety of topics, especially women in Open Source, she is the featured cover story of April’s Linux’ Journal. For DrupalCamp Twin Cities, Angie will be speaking about "Getting Involved in the Drupal Community".

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  • Interview with Electric Jet

    At a recent Twin Cities Drupal meetup, we had a chance to interview Tim Broeker, the Founder of Electric Jet, yet another great local sponsor of DrupalCamp Twin Cities. We asked him about his company, support of the camp and background with Drupal. Tim's perspective is particularly interesting as he is a former member of both Mambo and Joomla! core developer teams.

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  • Interview with NeoSpire

    In our ongoing quest to interview our incredible sponsors, we had the opportunity to talk with Joy Hays of NeoSpire Managed Hosting. We asked her about NeoSpire's hosting, support of our camp and what they see for the future of NeoSpire and Drupal, including their plans for a New Orleans Drupal Summit this Fall.

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  • Interview with Zivtech

    As part of our continuing conversations with our fabulous sponsors, we were able to speak with Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg, Partner and CEO of Zivtech. We asked him about the organization, what they do and how they support Drupal. 

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