Cornell University will host its third DrupalCamp on Friday October 7, 2016, with an optional half-day Code Sprint and additional training on Thursday October 6, 2016.
The theme is “Drupal: Building Community,” and includes tracks for developers, programmers, and content managers for beginners to advanced users. The half-day code sprint is geared toward developers who wish to gather together to write code. Both events are open to the public.
Cornell’s DrupalCamp 2016 will include a keynote speaker, a variety of sessions for all levels of Drupal users, and many networking opportunities. This event will cost only $35 for the day $15 for the Code Sprint), and is open to Cornell, surrounding colleges, and the public. A light breakfast and lunch is included, and snacks are provided throughout the day. Registration will open in August.
What is Drupal and why have a camp?
Drupal is a web application framework and content management system (CMS) used to build robust websites, web apps, and manage content. As an open-source software, Drupal’s modular framework is maintained and developed by a community of 1,000,000+ users. Cornell DrupalCamp 2016 will offer opportunities at all levels of this community to network, share knowledge, and learn from one another’s experiences.
Cornell DrupalCamp is looking for session proposals!
Do you have coding, theming, content management, project management, or other Drupal experience that you would like to share with your Drupal peers?
Please use the form on this page to submit a session proposal by Friday, August 26, 2016 (NEW deadline). Cornell DrupalCamp will be held on Friday, October 7, 2016.
Thank you to our 2016 sponsors! We appreciate your support.
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