Tonight DrupalSouth will be rocking the Malthouse from 7pm. The Malthouse is an iconic Wellington bar that boasts over 80 beers available. The geek friendly bar hosts tweetups and conference drinks from Webstock to Kiwi. Official drinks kick off from 7pm, but of course you can show up earlier if you're thirsty.
After a day of code sprinting, Drupal training and the DrupalSouth Business Day, it'll be time to kick back and enjoy the beginning of an exciting weekend ahead! Come join us for some casual drinks upstairs at the Establishment bar on Courtney Place from 7pm.
Just a few days to go until we're underway so we've added some important registration and function info to ensure you get the most out of your DrupalSouth experience.
John Sheridan, Australian Government Chief Technology Officer will be providing the opening session and keynote to DrupalSouth's Business Day focusing on Drupal and open source application in business.
We're excited to announce a change in venue! DrupalSouth will now be hosted at Te Papa - New Zealands national museum 3 mins walk away from the old venue, the Amora Hotel.
Early Bird ticket sales are closing December 1st so get in now and save $50 on your Early Bird tickets. Tickets are selling out so get them before they're gone!
On Friday, February 14th, DrupalSouth will host three one-day training sessions as apart of the official conference programme.
DrupalSouth will offer full-day pre-conference training on Friday, February 14th to attendees and non-attendees interested in gaining additional hands-on knowledge on topics related to web and Drupal development, including Drupal site-building, user experience design, and more. These courses will be presented by professional trainers at Te Papa, from 9am-4pm, unless otherwise noted.
DrupalSouth is excited to announce that we'll be bringing some of the most influential people in the Drupal community over to New Zealand to speak at the conference from the 14-16th of February 2014.
DrupalSouth 2014 will deliver three jam packed days of world-class sessions, training, talks, code sprints and networking opportunities with developers, designers, business and community leaders from the global Drupal community.
We invite you to join us 14-16 February 2014 to share in the knowledge and expertise of New Zealand's active and innovative Drupal community.
Tickets will go on sale soon - register now to receive updates about the conference and ensure you don't miss out!