DrupalCamp Twin Cities 2013 is now one for the history books. Thanks to everyone who made it the immensely successful experience it was. Look at how happy we look! Get on the mailing list to be notified of DrupalCamp Twin Cities 2014.
Advantage Labs and Drupalize.Me will be offering a full day of training for free on Thursday, July 18.
Are you helping with this year's DrupalCamp Twin Cities? Planning to attend? Then get some bling bling!
You can download digital "badges" for your website and share with your audience that you will be there. Badges for sponsors, volunteers, speakers, and attendees. Get yours here and put it on your own website, blog, email, or whatever.
Yes, you DO need some stinkin badges!
The Twin Cities Drupal Camp team is thrilled to announce the addition of another Drupal core development sprint. We will conduct a series of accessibility evaluations on Drupal 8 with the help of University of Minnesota Computer Accommodations Program (CAP) team in order to help make Drupal 8 the most accessible and delightful release ever for our users with disabilities.
This year we're offering two free all day workshops for registered camp attendees. Find out more and get a seat while they're still available.
Our camp is made possible by all the people who volunteer both on the day of and as part of the camp planning team. Volunteering is a great way to help out and get to know some of the people in our community.
The planning team currently meets for an hour on the 1st Thursday of each month just before the regular community happy hour at the Blue Nile. You can find out more on the Twin Cities Group page. Hope to see you there!
We’ve got a new location for the camp this year—right smack in the middle of downtown Minneapolis at the University of St. Thomas.
The UST Minneapolis campus is easily accessible by foot, car, bike, and public transportation. There’s ample ramp parking immediately adjacent to the campus in three locations. And food? Nicollet Mall (Eat Street) is just a block off campus. Marquette (a favorite hangout of food trucks) is two blocks off campus.
Learn more about great our new location!
Karen Borchert, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Phase 2, will be a keynote speaker at Drupal Camp Twin Cities. Karen will discuss how Drupal is changing the landscape of social collaboration tools.
Jeff Eaton brings nearly two decades of web development experience to his role as Senior Architect at Lullabot.