This will be Drupaldelphia's third time at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The event will take place on the second floor, above Reading Terminal.
While we weren't able to have any professional photography or videography at this year's event, we did manage to capture some great pics of participants and speakers.
VGA/HDMI adapters will be provided for the event, but if you require any additional adapters, please plan on brining your own. We'll have additional adapters available, but it would be best to bring it yo' self.
Sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes, with 5 minute breaks for shuffling between rooms and setup. If you have any issues, seek out an organizer or volunteer in a Blue Drupaldelphia Tee, with the logo.
If you've already registered for Drupaldelphia, THANK YOU.
You do not need a ticket to enter, just be sure to bring an ID and know who from your organization purchased your ticket or registered you as an attendee. Check-in takes place on the 2nd floor as soon as you cross the Arch street pedestrian bridge. Your name will be on a list at the registration tables. The first 100 people to show up will get a Drupaldelphia t-shirt.
Tweet us @drupaldelphia with any questions during the day of the event.
Regular admission rate of $30 ends 11:59pm EST Wednesday, April 6th. Late registration fees go into effect Thursday, April 7th .
If you can design a website, you can design an accessible one. - World Wide Access
Web accessibility is nothing new, and there are a lot of actionable ways to make your content usable for all. The focus of this session will be on easy, everyday things that we all can do to make sure our sites are accessible for everyone, introduce accessibility standards and insure compliance with regulatory guidelines, learn WHAT NOT to do, and introduce site testing tools to help you build an accessible and inclusive website.
There have been a few schedule updates to accommodate recent cancellations and session withdrawals.
Greater Philadelphia's premier annual Drupal event, Drupaldelphia, is around the corner. Don’t miss out on your chance to take part and learn on this Drupal Global Learning Day.
Greater Philadelphia's premier annual Drupal event, Drupaldelphia, is around the corner. The event will be held on Friday April 8, 2016 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
Don’t miss out on your chance to take part and learn on this Drupal Global Learning Day.
It's not too late to sponsor Drupaldelphia. The deadline to register as a sponsor to ensure your logo and organization name make our print materials is Friday, April 1, 2016. Don't miss out on your chance to sponsor Philly's premier Drupal event of 2016!
The formal session schedule was released at the tail end of last week. Please double check the session schedule at http://drupaldelphia.org/schedule and advise us immediately of any concerns with your scheduled time(s).
Short break between sessions
DrupalCon New Orleans Reminders
After Party Information
Lunch Break / Networking
Drawing from 35 years of experience ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, Bob Moul will share lessons he learned on his journey from the mailroom to tech CEO. The keynote, titled “How to Succeed at Success - Stacking the Odds in Your Favor,” will focus on how to build a successful and empowered life while balancing relationships, health, and, of course, a business itself. This keynote will share practical tips, insightful quotes, and real-life experiences gained from his work in different cultures around the world, making and losing money, and even failure.
Registration is available in the main hallway on the first floor.
When is custom code appropriate? When should contrib solutions be investigated, and when are they overkill? Is there an acceptable way to hack Drupal? Tune in to hear my take on these, and other codebase-related questions, such as: