Join us in revolutionizing the New England Drupal community! Our goal is to bring together Drupal enthusiasts of all levels to think, learn and network all things Drupal. We'll be announcing details for the October 2015 camp shortly.
We're just a few weeks away from NEDCamp.
We have been able to put together an exceptional content lineup for October 1 at Southern New Hampshire University.
The complete schedule is available at NEDCamp.org.
Accessibility - Our focus is on accessibility, yours should be as well. October 1 is your kickstart to delivering accessible websites; from guidelines to implementation. Check out these sessions:
In 2014, when naming the newly founded “New England Drupal Camp” (NEDCamp), the vision was to have a regional camp. After two successful years of hosting NEDCamp in Rhode Island, it’s time to explore New England.
Members of the New Hampshire Drupal community have joined forces with the NEDCamp team. We are happy to announce -
The New England Drupal camp will be held at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire on Saturday, October 1, 2016. On Friday, September 30, Drupal training will be offered.Read more
Everyone is talking about Drupal 8, the latest version of Drupal released in November. For this Global Training Day, we’re going to do a Beginning Drupal 8 Workshop. We’ll be using OSTraining’s excellent new video series, watching as a group (to keep our bandwidth manageable), then working individually to do the exercises. We’ll have experienced WebNY developers available to help answer questions.Read more
Design 4 Drupal, Boston is happening July 22-24, 2016!
The camp will once again be held at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Since 2009, hundreds of Drupal designers, developers and site builders have converged each year to share ideas, gather design inspiration, and learn new techniques for Drupal design and theme development from some of the brightest minds in the Drupal design community.
Join us in Boston this July.Read more
Our monthly Providence Drupal Meetup is coming up! We'll be at Oomph Inc (72 Clifford Street, 3rd Floor, Providence, RI), kicking back with food and drink in their very cool office space. Parking is free on and off street (starts at 6 pm). Doors open at 6pm.
The general format goes something like this:
6:30pm - Lightning Talks from Members
We'll have signups at the beginning of the night. Anyone can sign up and take 10-15 minutes to show a few slides or a site, talk about a project, a problem you're having, or just showcase a technique you want to show off.Read more
Come be a part of the Global Drupal Sprint Weekend 2016
Please sign up: RSVP
We’d like to plan for event resourcing, including building access. All contact information and names will not be used for any marketing purposes and are only needed should we need to contact you about any last minute event changes.
Sprint dates: Saturday, January 30 (10:00AM - 5:00PM) and Sunday, January 31 (10:00AM - 3:00PM)
Location: Genuine, 500 Harrison St. 5R, Boston, MARead more
UPDATE: Due to the much-anticipated release of Drupal 8, our Drupal PVD Meetup will be moved to November 19th to celebrate the release! Doors open at 6pm. Lightning talks begin at 6:30pm.
Our monthly Providence Drupal Meetup is coming up! We'll be at Oomph Inc (72 Clifford Street, 3rd Floor, Providence, RI), kicking back with food and drink in their very cool office space. Parking is free on and off street (starts at 5 pm). Doors open at 6pm.
The general format goes something like this:
6:30pm - Lightning Talks from MembersRead more
Tomorrow is New England Drupal camp! Interested in attending? Change of plans? There are STILL TICKETS available!$20 for a full day of sessions, food, networking, learning, and listening to Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association.
For those that have signed up (and for those still thinking about it), parking can be a challenge on Providence's East Side, but there are options:
The schedule for New England Drupalcamp has now been posted.
The camp is Saturday, October 10th in Providence, RI. Registration begins early (between 7:30-8:30am), and the last session concludes at 5:15pm - followed by an after-party at the English Cellar Ale House - walking distance from the conference venue at Brown University.
For those who don't want it to end, Drupal training continues the following day (Sunday, Oct. 11) with two sessions from which to choose:
We are pumped to announce that New England Drupal camp has added a Training Day on Sunday, October 11th - following the full camp day on October 10th.
We are offering two training sessions, both starting at 9am. Sign up for either:
Drupal Basics:Read more
New England Drupal camp is now just a mere 5 weeks away - be sure to REGISTER TODAY and reserve your spot for a great day of speakers, sessions, food and learning!
We're thrilled that Executive Director of the Drupal Association Holly Ross is our keynote speaker. She leads a lineup of awesome presenters speaking on a wide assortment of topics suitable for developers, business owners, project managers, designers, Drupal newbies and ninjas!Read more
There are ONLY 14 hours remaining for you to get in your session proposals for New England Drupal Camp - to be held on October 10 in Providence, RI.
Having writers' block and looking for ideas? We're looking for a wide assortment of session topics - from D8 to A11Y and everything in between. Design, development, business, usability, site-building - all are welcomed viewpoints for this year's camp.
But you can't speak if you don't submit - so get on it and submit your session TODAY.Read more
Now that the holiday festivities are over, take a moment this week to consider what you'd like to present or share at New England Drupal Camp on October 10th. We are looking for a wide assortment of session topics- D8, design, UX, content modeling, migrations, upgrades, multilingual support, business decisions around Drupal - YOU NAME IT!Read more
New England Drupal camp is scheduled for October 10, 2015 in Providence, Rhode Island at Brown University.
It promises to be a great (and full) day of community building, learning, networking and sharing all things Drupal. We're SUPER excited about our keynote speaker for the day - Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association, and hope to see you there. Whether you're a designer, project manager, developer, or business leader - this camp is for you!Read more
Session submissions are now open for the upcoming NEDcamp (New England DrupalCamp - scheduled for October 10, 2015 in Providence, RI). Feel free to submit multiple sessions if you have different topics to share.
Please note that the final date for submitting sessions is July 1st
Who can submit?
We invite rookies, pros and everyone in between. We will be selecting proposals based on a variety of criteria, not only experience. (We believe Drupal Camps are a great way to get presentation experience.)
Do you know any aspiring Drupalists looking to round out their technical and professional skills AND possibly get a full time, permanent job? AcquiaU is recruiting for our June 1st Program in downtown Boston!Read more
We in the NH Drupal group would like to announce NHDevDays, a series of code sprints to be held throughout NH during 2015.
In lieu of a DrupalCamp, the NH Drupal group organizers have decided to run a series of code sprints throughout 2015. Each code sprint will be a single day dedicated to both helping newcomers learn the steps involved in contributing to one of today’s largest open source projects, and a venue for existing contributors to help others and collaborate in person.
NHDevDays #1 - KeeneRead more
There have been recent conversations concerning the acronym for New England Drupalcamp, and our goals for the camp. The intent has always been to create an event that promotes a greater sense of community amongst Drupal users across New England. However, we learned recently that we were jeopardizing the same sense of community we were hoping to foster with our old acronym. After listening to the concerns put forth by community members, it was time for a change.
Moving forward, New England Drupalcamp is to be known as NEDcamp.Read more