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Jeffrey A. McGuire
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Open Source makes sense for technology, culture, and business.
Open Source makes sense for technology, culture, and business.

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In contrast to many professional PHP conferences, DrupalCon does not generally cover travel and accommodation costs for speakers. The result is that there are some experts we never get to meet at our events. The Drupal Association isn't currently in a position to change this, but we think this could be a pretty easy win for the community.
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How the DrupalCon Prenote helps us laugh, learn, and be a community. Fourteen Drupalists (four of them Acquians) joined me on stage in the DrupalCon Baltimore Prenote, helping spread a little joy and silliness. Open source software gets better when companies, organizations, and individuals build or fix something they need and then share it with the rest of us. Our communities becomes better, stronger, and smarter when others take it upon themselves to make a positive difference contributing their knowledge, time, and energy to open source. Acquia is proud to play a part, alongside thousands of others, in making tomorrow’s Drupal better than today’s.
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At DrupalCon Baltimore, I got the chance to chat with David Porter and David Stinemetze from Rackspace. Listen to this conversation to learn a little more about the Daves, Drupal at Rackspace, and the value of Acquia's certification program to individuals and organizations. If you can make it, don't miss your chance to get a 10% discount on taking an Acquia certification exam by taking the Drupal 8 certification crash course at Texas Camp 2017!

https://dev.acquia.com/podcast/256-drupal-8-certification-crash-course-texas-camp-2017
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Using Drupal 8 to power real-time signage systems. A deeper look at the DrupalCon Baltimore session “Beyond Websites: Using Drupal for Digital Signs”, where Acquians +Adam Weingarten and Mike Madison shared their knowledge and experience from real-world client implementations.
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Drupal Camp London 2017 was kind enough to invite me to be a keynote speaker this year. I spoke about how you can take your business to the next level by focusing on adding value rather than selling your technology.

https://dev.acquia.com/podcast/255-no-one-wants-website-dont-sell-drupal-move-value-chain
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"Stay for the Community" - +Campbell Vertesi on why we this is the perfect time for a DrupalCon Prenote--a singing, dancing, spandexed pageant about the Drupal community.

https://ohthehugemanatee.org/blog/2017/03/30/stay-for-community/
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Like so many of you in our community, I have been consumed by the awful, messy events unfolding before our eyes in the last week, the “Crellpocalypse”. I’ve lost sleep, been upset, and fielded a lot of questions from friends, colleagues, and others. It’s been pretty awful. Now, I’ve decided to take sides.

https://medium.com/@horncologne/drupal-im-taking-sides-f46194122a05
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In which +Chris Jansen and I receive a warm welcome from WordPress community and talk open source contribution at WordCamp London 2017.

https://dev.acquia.com/blog/united-by-contribution--two-takes-on-open-source/24/03/2017/17871
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