The Central Ohio Drupal User Group (CODUG) is proud to announce Ohio's annual DrupalCamp:
DrupalCamp Ohio returns to The Ohio State University's Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, for another two-day camp to build on last year's success, and will include keynote speeches, topical sessions, Beginners Training, Birds of a Feather breakouts, and code sprints.
Drupal is a content management system (CMS) and web application framework: a tool for building robust websites and web applications and managing content. Drupal now runs over 1% of sites on the web, from local community groups to international corporations, universities, newspapers and government agencies. It's an open-source, modular framework written primarily in PHP and maintained and developed by a community of 630,000+ users.
What's a DrupalCamp?
DrupalCamp Ohio is an attendee-driven, volunteer-run initiative modeled after the open, participatory nature of BarCamps. All are welcome: from curious beginners, to developers, designers, and business owners. Sessions will cover topics applicable to all levels and a variety of backgrounds.
Our mission and purpose for DrupalCamp Ohio is twofold:
- Educate people about Drupal.
- Spread the use of Drupal in Ohio and the surrounding region.
How do I sign up?
What is included in a registration?
- Two days full of sessions and birds of a feather (ad-hoc) sessions.
- Coffee, snacks, and lunch will be provided.
- A t-shirt to show off to your friends, co-workers, exercise partners, and everyone else.
- A chance to meet and learn from awesome people!
- A laptop and power adapter to take notes, share, and hack on things is always useful. The class rooms have power outlets and public wifi is available.
- Your hit list and goals for the camp!
- Of course the usual, business cards, paper & pen or tablet, etc...
And bonus points if you download Drupal and can setup your local web environment so you can hack away in the Coder Lounge, demonstrate at Birds of a Feather sessions or just milling about in the hallway.
Where can I stay?
You can find more information about accomodations on the lodging page.
How can I help?
DrupalCamp is run entirely by volunteers. We need help with all aspects of organizing the event: marketing, site development, sponsorship acquisition, finding speakers, after-parties, and more.
All sessions at DrupalCamp are proposed and presented by participants like you. Please consider sharing a subject with which you're familiar. Session proposals will be open through the site soon.
DrupalCamp Ohio happens donations and sponsorship. See our sponsor benefits to learn how you can showcase the work you're doing and help make DrupalCamp happen!