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DrupalCampLAPresenters

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DrupalCampLA Presenters

 

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Chris Charlton will hold a talk on Drupal and Adobe technologies (Flex and Flash).

Roland Tanglao will lead on a session on Drupal Install Profiles (-assuming he can find an inexpensive flight!- flight booked see you all in LA) - Roland has been using Drupal since 2004 after Boris made him drink the Kool-aid. As Bryght's Chief Blogging Officer, he's all about blogging, documenting, supporting and screencasting Drupal.

Markus Sandy will lead a discussion on Drupal modules and best practices for working with video. Markus is an avid videoblogger, teacher and member of the development teams for Ourmedia.org, SpinXpress.com & OjaiGiving.org. He also helps out at IronweedFilms.com.

Jacob Redding Will lead a session(s) on beginning-->Advanced Drupal module development and also help with other sessions including video in Drupal, and Project collaboration. Although normally a Technology/Project manager he frequently takes the role of senior developer, trainer and organizer. He recently moved away from New York City where he managed the NYC Drupal Group and help to run DrupalCampNYC (along with friends).

Laura Scroggins is a University educator-consultant with over 15 years professional experience in finance, marketing, and MIS. Former investment advisor Ms. Scroggins now limits her time to web development and consulting.

Cary Gordon will lead a discussion and basic training on Getting Drupal Up and Running. Cary runs the Cherry Hill Company, Culver City based developers and system integrators.

Kirk Eisele will moderate a panel discussion on building online communities.

 

 

Blake Lucchesi will be covering Ecommerce with the UberCart module. Blake was the 2007 Summer of Code student who developed the Drupal Fuzzy Search module. He is currently an engineering student at UC Irvine and has been developing websites professionally for 3 years.

 

Geoff Butterfield has been one of the primary web developers for The George Lucas Educational Foundation since 1995. He co-founded the web design firm Coconut Moon in 1997 and has consulted for a wide variety of organizations, including Skywalker Sound, LucasFilm, School of Education at Stanford University, Crissy Field Environmental Center, GreenCOM (a project sponsored by US Agency for International Development), and the Commonwealth Club.