Cornell DrupalCamp 2013 Preview

Cornell DrupalCamp 2013 is just one week away and this is one you don’t want to miss. The university’s first-ever Drupal event is loaded with informative sessions whether you’re just starting out or a Drupal expert.

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For a quick refresher: Drupal is a free, open-source content framework that is used to power about 2% of websites worldwide, including many higher education websites. Sanmita builds Drupal-based content management systems (CMS) for many of our higher education clients. Drupal works well for dynamic websites rich with multimedia and data, and multiple users. Sanmita is also a partner with Acquia, the for-profit company that provides Drupal consulting and support.

Sanmita is thrilled to be a Gold Sponsor for the Cornell DrupalCamp2013. With just a week until the event, here are some Cornell DrupalCamp sessions you don’t want to miss:

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Drupal Users: Pay it Forward

Attention Drupal community: The new Drupal Technology Partner Program will match Drupal experts with users needing help with Drupal tools, services and third-party software.

The program gives Drupal experts a chance to promote their skills and their business, and gives Drupal users easier access to problem solving.

The Drupal Association says the new program is inspired by feedback from the Drupal community.   “One consistent theme that came up during our research was the need for information about tools and third-party software that can help Drupalers build even better sites,” the Association said.

Technology Partners will be companies or individuals who can aid the Drupal community, and annual fees range from $2,500 (silver level) to $15,000 (platinum level) . The fees will support Drupal.org improvements.

So what do Technology Partners get in return?

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