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Presentation on hooks goes primetime!

Just chiming in to express excitement about my presentation on hooks in Drupal (Why Drupal uses hooks, and why you should too) got scheduled for the largest room in the venue! Looks like I’d better be doubly prepared.

Thanks again goes to Oliver Seldman for inviting me to co-present this with him originally and for all the help with the slides and content, especially the simplicity of the presentation. Please give him your money.

Attendee Badges for Drupal Camp Sacramento Area 2011 Now Available

Hi DCSA 2011 attendees,

I volunteered to create some attendee badges for the camp. You can put them on your site to show you’re attending and help spark interest in others. Find them here, complete with HTML embed code: Drupal Camp Sacramento Area 2011 Attendee Badges/

Catch me on Twitter @wizonesolutions if you need help or if you encounter issues with the code.

I’m Attending the First Drupal Camp Sacramento Area

I’m going to be going to the first annual Drupal Camp Sacramento Area. I can’t get enough of camps, especially those that aren’t really that far away. It gives me an excuse to visit my friends in the Bay Area on the way, as well, so I simply have to go. Oh yeah…there’s the Drupal too.

As always, this is your chance to talk to me for free whenever I’m not attending a session or whenever you can manage to catch me. I’m going to this camp to talk about Drupal with anyone…problems, questions, ideas, whatever…however you like. I was at the Drupal Doctor table at SANDCamp 2011 and helped a couple people there. I don’t know if such a table will exist in Sacramento, but I’m sure there will be regular tables, and they could be just as good.

So, no guarantees as to if I’ll even have any time, but if I do, don’t feel bad about picking my brain. Talking and networking is one reason I’m there!

Send me an email on my contact form or tweet me @wizonesolutions if you want to plan a chat in advance…no promises, but I’ll try.

View WizOne Solutions’s Drupal Camp Sacramento Area Attendee Profile (that’s a mouthful).

See you there!