Cornell University will host its third DrupalCamp on Friday October 7, 2016, with an optional half-day Code Sprint and Drupal Basics on Thursday October 6, 2016.
The theme is “Drupal: Building Community,” and includes tracks for developers, programmers, themers, project managers, and content managers, and for beginners to advanced users.
Cornell DrupalCamp costs $35 and includes:
-Admission to all camp sessions
-Breakfast, Lunch, snacks, and post-camp networking
-Camp badge and ticket for door prizes
New this year:
All events on October 6 and 7 are open to Cornell, surrounding colleges, and the public!
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.