DrupalCampNYC 10

Saturday 12 · 10 · 2011

Stand up and be heard!

Now through November 1st, we are accepting proposals for your DrupalCamp sessions. Camp sessions can address any skill level, and fit any of our five tracks:

  • Development sessions might talk about topics including module development, security, tools and environments, best practices, etc.
  • Site building sessions address topics around the Drupal admin, community-contributed modules and tools, and more. If it's not Development, and it's not Presentation, and it's part of the site creation process, it's probably here.
  • Presentation encompasses design, front-end development, and theming.
  • Business and end users is more geared toward the non-technical facets of Drupal. This might include project management, team dynamics, tips for content managers and editors, agency issues, marketing, and so forth.
  • Sysadmin and performance is the track for things like hosting, database optimization, testing tools and protocols, CDNs, and various other topics.

Not sure where your idea fits? Not to worry. Our content coordinators will review each proposal and assign it to the most suitable track!

On December 10, we will have 30 or so session slots, and 500 Drupalistas hungry for knowledge and ideas...what do you want to tell them?

Signups for DrupalCampNYC 10 are in full swing, with 2/3 of the tickets already gone! If you haven't registered, yet, tickets are $20, and are not going to last. Go and register now! Once registered and logged in, you'll see a link at the top of your screen to submit a proposal. You can submit as many as you'd like. Check out our FAQs page for session submission info and tips.