Infrastructure Services

Time To Camp And Reach That Summit!

Ron Huber
CEO

Los Angeles Drupal Camp and Business Summit

Achieve Internet is proud to once again support the efforts to expand the Drupal circle in Southern California.  We are excited to announce our Platinum sponsorship in both the Los Angeles Drupal Camp and the Los Angeles Drupal Business Summit.

The LA Drupal Camp (http://2012.drupalcampla.com/) will take place at UC Irvine July 28-29.  This is year 6 for this amazing developer focused event and Achieve Internet is proud to have participated as a platinum sponsor since the beginning.  The event is 100% community organized and offers something for every level of Drupal user and developer. With everything from introductory classes to Drupal 8 (D8) code sprints, this is the perfect Southern California geek fest.

For those who are focused on “what can Drupal do for me,” the Los Angeles Drupal Business Summit is your event (http://www.drupalsummit.com/city/los-angeles).  On August 24th in Santa Monica, CA, this first year event will feature Drupal clients and their uncensored experiences.  This event is focused on what Drupal does; we leave the “how” to the camps and we drill into the business realities at this event.  The speakers will span the Media & Entertainment, Higher Education, and Enterprise-level businesses.

For those of you who cannot make it to Southern California this summer, Achieve Internet will also be sponsoring Capital Camp in Washington, DC on July 27th and 28th (http://capitalcamp.org/).

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