DrupalCampNYC 10

Saturday 12 · 10 · 2011


Post-DrupalcampNYC10 Wrap-up

Saturday's DrupalCampNYC 10 was a blast, and our biggest so far! Nearly 400 of us converged on John Jay College for a day of Drupal learning and hanging out, and the activity on Twitter was very cool to see.

Now that the sessions are done and the mountain of bottled water is put away, what happens next?

Our Continuous Improvement Call for Feedback, in the form of a Survey

Thanks to All who Came to DrupalcampNYC10!

From the entire organizer team, thank you to everyone who showed up to make this one of the most positive Drupal community-building events that New York City has seen. We had a record 362 registered attendees about about 20-25 walk-ins. Our speaker sessions were well received as were the fine details of food, t-shirts, raffles and sponsor SWAG.

What's happening late this afternoon at DrupalcampNYC10

Quick update to you all on what is next:

1. 5pm BoF's have become "Guided Conversations" you don't want to miss! We've taken some of the speakers from the popular sessions of the day and installed them in the BoF rooms to facilitate discussions on whatever topics emerge. Go to http://drupalcampnyc.org/program/session-schedule or to your mobile app for room assignments

Day-of-Updates (As of 10:24 AM)

A few notes to consider today:

1. The session entitled "Drupal + NYC + Businesses = Awesome" has been moved BACK into the auditorium since we do not have sufficient A/V resources in the
multi-purpose room. This is bound to be a terrific session lead by Alex Ross (bleen) so we encourage you to attend.

2. As you may have noticed, two of the four elevators are out-of-service. As best you can, try to use the escalators and stairwells. Obviously we could not have planned for this to have happened.

Join us at House of Brews!

As those who are already active in the Drupal community know, Drupal folks don't just enjoy working together--they play together, too! Given the camp's midtown west location, we are psyched to carry on the tradition of our monthly Drupal Drinks and take the after party to House of Brews!

From 6:30 to 9:30, join your Drupal friends for drinks, friendly conversation and, if you are so inclined, an array of yummy menu items.

DrupalCampNYC 10 Sessions Revealed!

The DrupalCampNYC 10 content roster is now available!

With so many fantastic ideas submitted, it wasn't easy narrowing things down; but we've put together a day of Drupal learning jam-packed with:

  • 40 sessions
  • 5 Community Spotlights
  • New(ish) to Drupal presentation
  • Drupal Speed Dating (a tour of Drupal sites from NYC-based organizations)
  • A hacker/BoF room available throughout the day

Last chance for session voting, big announcements on the way!

DrupalCampNYC 10 is coming up fast, and that means things are about to get really exciting around here!

First thing's first...your fellow Drupalistas have proposed a whole slew of fantastic sessions. Voting on sessions closes Saturday. Check'em out and get your votes in!!!

Once the votes are reviewed, we're going to settle in with our leftover turkey and choose the sessions you'll be seeing on December 10th. The official conference schedule will be posted Monday, November 28th.

Last chance to submit sessions!

This weekend is your last chance (we mean it!) to submit your session proposals for DrupalCampNYC 10. Your fellow Drupalistas have been hard at work dreaming up session ideas that will inspire and enlighten. Check out the list of proposals so far.

Session submissions for DrupalCampNYC 10 close 11:59pm Monday, November 14th!

Camp sessions can address any skill level, and fit any of our five tracks:

Session submissions extended to 11/14!

You know that feeling when you find a $20 bill in last year's winter coat, or class gets canceled the day your midterm paper is due? It's kind of like that.

We are very happy to announce that the deadline for submitting session proposals has been extended to Monday, November 14th! That means you've got two whole weeks to dream up your best Drupal ideas and get them out there for all the world to see.

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.