Hey NYC Drupal Champs! Time to brush off your Drupal chops because NYCCamp (pronounced Nice Camp) is coming back this summer, July 12th through 15th! This year we will be moving our 4 day Drupal mini-conference to New York University, with trainings on Friday, sessions on Saturday, sprints and barn-raising on Sunday and summits on Monday. Whether you are a Drupal newbie or a Drupal genius, this event promises to have something for everyone!Read more
(training) How Drupal manages content: Hands-on training for Academics and Business people Plan and manage your Drupal projects with an understanding of the software's considerable capabilities. Out of the box, Drupal offers powerful methods for displaying, manipulating, acquiring and sharing content. If you need to make smart decisions about the content of a site, this workshop is for you.
See how Drupal lets you
choose how and where content is displayed
break content into its smallest divisible parts, then re-combine and present these parts in a variety of contexts and formats
Thanks to everyone who came out and made the 1st NYC Camp a tremendous success. With more than 50 sessions over 5 days and nearly 600 registered attendees, this was another first for the New York Drupal community, a group that has grown so much in the 6 years since we hosted the first ever Drupalcamp.Read more
The inaugural NYC ("nice"**) Camp will take place from July 19 to 23, 2012 at Columbia University, Faculty House in New York City.
This epic event brings together some of the most active minds in Drupal for 5 days of activities incl. code sprints, sessions, summits, barn raisings and of course, BOFs.
Highlights include:Read more
Nonprofit staff and developers supporting the nonprofit sector are having our own summit at NYC Camp!
It will include trainings, roundtables and opportunities to share your experiences with others at all skill levels. Learn best practices that you can bring back to your organization.
NYC Camp registrations are filling quickly and space is now extremely limited, so register today before we’re at capacity! http://nyccamp.org/user/register
Don’t forget our great visiting speakers and sprinters joining us in NYC: Earl Miles (keynote), chx, Karen Stevenson, Ken Rickard, Matt Cheney, Jess M, Tim Plunkett, Jay Batson, Peter Wolanin, Mark Sonnabaum, Ben Jeavons, Jen Lampton, scor, mitchell, Dave & Robert from Four Kitchens, and some great locals.
We’re excited to share more details about our training activities:Read more
We would like to thank our generous sponsors. We truly couldn’t have offered this amazing free event to the NYC Drupal community without their support! Thank You NYC Camp 2012 Sponsors:Read more
Hey New Yorkers, NYC Camp (aka ‘nice camp’) is just under a month away and we’ve got an epic event planned for you! Be sure to register for your free ticket soon, as the sign-up rate is moving at a swift pace and we’re over 50% of the way towards our target of 400+ attendees … with our great schedule, we’re going to fill-up, and tickets will run out very soon.Read more
Two NYC Summer Drupal Events
There are two exciting and unique NYC Drupal events this summer. With over 2,000 local community members, the NYC Drupal group is one of the largest and most diverse Drupal user groups, and this summer’s events reflect that diversity.
The purpose of this post is to promote both summer NYC Drupal events and describe the key differences between the two:
- Have a strong community feel
DCNYC11 will take place THIS Saturday, June 23 at 9 AM in its long-time home at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn. The address is 6 Metrotech Center, which is on Jay Street. The camp will be held entirely in Rogers Hall/The Jacobs Building as shown on this map http://www.poly.edu/sites/polyproto.poly.edu/files/map.png
You can take public transportation to easily arrive at POLY via the Jay Street/Metrotech subway stop (A,C,F or R). More exact directions can be found at