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February 22, 2017

8 Reasons You Need to be at DrupalCon Baltimore

Thought by Ray Saltini, Director, FFW Center of Excellence
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Last week we gave you two reasons why you should think of DrupalCon Baltimore as a leadership conference. This week we’re giving you eight huge reasons to attend the convention.

1. Solutions

Since the stone age technology has been about solving problems. DrupalCon is about overcoming challenges and providing solutions to problems. Get your next solution at DrupalCon Baltimore.

 

2. Winning Improvements

DrupalCon is where improvements to Drupal are made so that sites work even better and development times are even quicker. Faster time to market and lower total cost of ownership are just two reasons why organizations are crossing the finish line faster with Drupal. Don’t just take our word for it: when you attend DrupalCon Baltimore, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see how people are building fast, amazing projects with Drupal.

 

3. Low-Cost, High-Value

A ticket to DrupalCon costs $450, one of the lowest prices for any digital conference. Not to mention, even if you’re not at DrupalCon Baltimore your competition will be. Can you afford not to understand who’s investing in winning technology?

 

4. Leadership

Want to succeed? Spend time with successful people and organizations. Want to lead? Go where the leaders go. Leaders lead. Laggards lag.

 

5. Networking

Reality check. People who know people get things done. Go to DrupalCon Baltimore. Make a friend. Work together. Find the right people. Get it done.

 

6. Do-oacracy

The more you put in, the more you get out. Need something you don’t see? Attend a Birds of a Feather (BoF) session and be the change.

 

7. Unicorns

They’re not home alone. They’re hiding in plain site. If you can’t find the right people to help you at DrupalCon Baltimore, then they don’t exist.

 

8. Ride the Wave

Our friends at Acquia have reported on how Drupal is besting other platforms in the Forrester Wave report for 2017. Come to DrupalCon Baltimore to see it for yourself.  

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