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Meet our keynote speaker, Matt Westgate

Keynote speaker: Matt WestgateHow to Fall in Love with Drupal Again

Drupal is a couple years away from being 20 years old. In this talk, Matt Westgate will earn his 2,275 user_id from and share his high, low and funny moments with Drupal and offer practical advice for anyone feeling burnout or uncertain about Drupal and the future.

Matt Westgate is the Co-Founder and CEO of Lullabot, one of the foremost strategy, design, and Drupal development companies for large-scale publishers of household-name websites. Lullabot formed January 1,  2006, in Ames, IA.

In 2017 Matt was named one of the top mid-size business CEOs in the United States, an honor he lovingly blames his team for.

Session Deadline Extended to September 24th!

Propose a sessionWe've received a lot of great submissions for sessions. The quality of proposals has been impressive. But we know there are members of the community who haven't had a chance to submit, so we're adding a few days to get in those sessions. We'll be accetping sessions until midnight on Monday, September 24th!

To submit a session you'll need to have an account on the website. After you create an account, you'll be able to submit one or many session proposals. It's a good idea to look at sessions that have already been submitted or sessions that have been submitted and accepted at other camps or DrupalCon. Looking at other proposals will give you insight on how to write yours.

Pull together your ideas – we'd love to hear from you!

Why Baltimore Drupal Camp

Sponsors at Baltimore Drupal Camp

Smaller camps are a rich experience that meet a different set of needs. Regional camps are easier to navigate and personal connections are easier to make and grow. Drupal Camps like DrupalCampNJ in Princeton and Drupaldelphia in Philadelphia offer high quality content and opportunities to develop close ties with Drupal professionals in the Mid Atlantic region. Our Baltimore community has grown from a handful of people who started meeting in an art gallery in Highlandtown. Our members have gone from freelancers to Acquians, from technicians to entrepreneurs. All the while we've kept in touch, learned from each other, and grown personally and professionally.