The finalized schedule for DrupalCon Austin (June 2nd-5th) has been released, and it's full of Lullabots!
On Monday, the Terrific Drupalize.Me team will be teaching a meaty workshop for designers and front-end developers. Breaking down component-based web design will cover the principles of component design, how it affects responsive design, how to build effective style guides, ways to leverage tools like Sass, and more. Seats are filling up fast, so sign up early.
Tuesday, Drupalcon's official opening day, is jam-packed with 'Bots. Karen Stevenson will kick off the day with Mission: Impossible, a detailed case study of the MSNBC.com relaunch. Jared Ponchot will be explaining Content Strategy for Designers, Dave Reid will co-presenting the Media Handling Double-Header session, and Mathew Tift will introduce The Drupal 8 Configuration Management System. Blake Hall and James Sansbury will be showing off Lullabot's Tugboat deployment management tool, and Joe Shindelar gives managers a hand with A Developer's Primer To Managing Developers. The day finishes (whew!) with Andrew Berry co-hosting a case study of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon's Drupal-powered site.
Wednesday has a bit more 'Bot breathing room. Dave Reid will explain how to Future-Proof Your Drupal 7 Site, Andrew Wilson will be discussing the complicated world of Vocational Education and Drupal Certification. Jeff Eaton will close out the day with The Battle for the Body Field: Drupal and the Future of WYSIWYG.
Drupalcon wraps up on Thursday with three more Lullabot sessions. Josh Riggs throws a lifeline to overwhelmed designers with Responding to Responsive: A Designer's Guide to Adapting. Dave Reid will join a panel of Palantir.Net developers to explain DEIMS, a Drupal profile for ecological data. After that, Joe Shindelar will explain how to have Fun With Forms In Drupal 8.
You can find the full schedule on the DrupalCon web site; in addition to the scheduled sessions there are parties, community sprints, and a host of casual meetups. If you're there, be sure to swing by and say hello at the Lullabot booth!