Submit a Front End Session for DrupalCon Baltimore!

This is my fourth year as a member of the North American DrupalCon Program Team. Each year, I'm surprised how quickly the submission deadline rolls around. The conference is in late April, but did you realize the submission deadline is less than two short weeks away?

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I imagine if the deadline sneaks up on me—a person looped into the event’s planning—how easy it must be for a community member to miss the deadline altogether. That’s why I hope this blog post reaches many of my fellow Front End Drupalers.

The DrupalCon Baltimore Call for Proposals ends Wednesday, February 1st at 11:59pm (EST). Learn about the Front End track and the types of topics and submissions we’re hoping to receive.

There are many reasons you should consider submitting a Front End session: a complimentary ticket to the conference, an opportunity to reach a broad audience, and most importantly, a chance to share your knowledge and passion with like-minded community members.

This is an exciting time in Drupal’s history—there are many appealing and universal reasons to get involved. If you’ve been learning / researching / doing cool things with Drupal’s Front End, we want you!

So, be sure to submit a Front End session today!

January 19, 2017
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Well I believe there are many reason you ought to believe present a Front End meeting: a admiring ticket on iOSEmus to the gathering, a probability to contact an expansive group of onlookers.

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