The Drupal Ireland Association are pleased to invite everyone to Drupal Belfast 2015. Meet and learn from the best Drupal minds in Ireland bringing together developers, themers, end users and those interested in learning more about the platform.
Drupal is a powerful and flexible content management system powering some of the most popular sites in the world. This open-source software is built and maintained by a growing community of users and developers. The Drupal Ireland Association holds two annual events around the island, and this November it’s coming to Belfast!
Where? We’ll hold the event at The MAC, a contemporary arts venue, which is a great location for visitors who are new to Belfast. There are a range of cafés and pubs nearby to continue the conversation; and it is easily accessible by public transport.
Who is this for? The event caters to both new and experienced Drupal users. This is a great time to get involved as we welcome the latest version: Drupal 8. This new version will be more powerful out of the box with a better user experience and greater interoperability with other services and platforms.
Learn practical advice from real-life examples
Bring your questions to get answered by the community
A facilitated schedule of small-group discussions.
Join us on the town in Belfast.
Drupal Belfast 2015 takes place on the 20th and 21st November at the MAC, right in the heart of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter.
The two day event will contain case studies from leading Irish Drupal agencies outlining how to use Drupal to solve your problems. As a collaborative event we’ve also set aside plenty of time for the community to work together to solve common Drupal issues. We'll touch on topics such as Drupal 8 site building; Integrating Drupal and other systems; Migrating into Drupal.
Drupal Belfast 2015 takes place on the Friday 20th and Saturday 21st November at the MAC. The MAC is part of Saint Anne's Square behind St. Anne's Cathedral.
The main entrance is off the square, but you can also pop in via Exchange Street West.