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
- Are great for both folks who are new to Drupal and long-time community contributors to learn more about Drupal, meet other Drupalers and get more involved in the Drupal community
June 23, 2012
- Sessions decided day of the event by consensus of all attendees
- Focused more on impromptu peer-to-peer discussions than presentations
- Single day
- More intimate (smaller) group of attendees (< 175) sharing multiple rooms at NYU Poly in Brooklyn
- Free, $25 suggested donation to attend
July 19-23, 2012
- Session presentations proposed + selected in advance
- Multiple days with keynotes and sponsored social events
- Large attendance (Shooting for ~400)
- Focus on code sprints and attendee contrib sessions
- Free to attend
We’re excited that our community has grown to support multiple events that, in aggregate, will help improve the way we come together to contribute to the Drupal project. We hope that you’ll consider coming to NYC and joining us for both of them!
NYC organizers for DrupalCampNYC11 and NYCCamp: Joe Bachana, Ezra Gildesgame, Eric Goldhagen, Willy Karam, Forest Mars, Brian Short, Annie Stone, Scott Wolpow.