I'm going to DrupalCamp.
The event is for beginners and experts, for developers, testers, writers and graphics designers
Drupal n'Go will do websites for 3 groups on the Sunday.
There was a competition for charities and groups to enter to get their website done.
Results here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/20492
Rural Science Association, Zikomo Ireland and Shadowbox Theatre company
Press release: http://groups.drupal.org/node/20113
"Drupal is a powerful open source content management system [...]
Organisations such as the HEA, Galway Cycling Campaign, CROI, Oxegen, Concern Fast and
the Irish Science Gallery all use Drupal for their website."
DrupalCamp, Galway Apr 4th+5th, DERI building NUI Galway, IDA business park
General Info on DrupalCamp here:
I'm not a Drupal developer but have done lots of backend web messing :)
Of course Drupal will be obsolete if all this Cloud computing really takes over all the web stuff.
Won't it? :) anyway :-P
I'm staying here (ha ha the .asp the links don't work on sub-pages) :-P