I expect that most of the folks going to the Drupal microcamp will
have some familiarity with Drupal and are using it, planning to use
it, or seriously evaluating it and coming to get a sense of what the
community is doing and share their own experiences. In other words,
folks like you.
I do hope that you will join us in the Drupal session, because, like
Drupal itself, we are nothing without our community.
So it likely comes down to whether you do something that will be
applicable to your job (sounds like work) or something new (so
On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 5:14 AM, Paula Gray-Overtoom
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> I知 very excited that I will be attending the Code4Lib conference this year. This is my second one ever, so I still feel like a newbie. Anyway, I知 having a super tough time deciding whether to attend the Drupal or RailsBridge pre-conference programs. I壇 love some feedback from some of you about which experience you think would be a good fit for me. I知 the one and only web person at my library. I have a Drupal 6 install for our public site and a Drupal 7 install for our intranet. So, of course I am interested in Drupal. As the web person though, it is my job to be able to write bits of code in Perl, PHP or whatever to make sure that our site is customized for a smooth experience for our staff and patrons. So, I知 also intrigued by the RailsBridge session and would be an absolute beginner there. I know the final decision is up to me, but I知 hoping I can get some ideas from all of you about the best choice.
> Paula Gray-Overtoom
> Monroe County Public Library
> 303 E. Kirkwood Ave.
> Bloomington, IN 47408
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