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Bringing Bach to DrupalCon and beyond

on Mon, 08/05/2013 - 23:38
Open Source Bach. It was an idea so simple yet completely audacious that it made the front pages of BoingBoing and Slashdot, was written about in Wired, The New Yorker, F.A.Z., Spiegel, La Stampa, and brought together a diverse team that included a publisher, a piano manufacturer, and a notation software company. At the center of it all was pianist Kimiko Ishizaka, my wife and muse. Now, after 11 years of dreaming about it, I'm bringing Kimiko to DrupalCon to perform for you, the Drupal community.
 
The success of the Open Goldberg Variations depended on three very important websites - Drupal

Commerce Kickstart available on Pantheon

on Fri, 05/31/2013 - 17:45
Pantheon is a great company with great product. They make hosting Drupal sites easy, and you can try out their service for free. I've enjoyed watching their company grow, and they make great contributions to Drupal overall. 
 
Commerce Guys is a great company with a great product. We make getting started selling online with Drupal a breeze, and I've had a blast being part of the products team responsible for Commerce Kickstart.
 
Yesterday was a happy day for me because Commerce Kickstart is now available on Pantheon. Great + Great = Even Greater, so if you want to try Commerce Kickstart

Be on stage with Rob and Jam at Drupalcon Portland!

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Every Drupalcon, Jam and I welcome people to the conference in our own special way. Whether it's Dirndl's and Beer in Bavaria, The Spirits of Drupalcon, or an iPad Orchestra, we always try to keep it fun but informative. This year we've got a special theme picked out and we need some volunteers. So if you want to play along, and can commit to being at the session on Tuesday, May 21, from 10:15 to 11:15, fill out the form below and we'll get you on stage as part of the show! 

Oh, did I mention there are prizes to win?

Thanks to everybody who signed up! See you in Portland!

 

 

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