TC Drupal Open House - 2014
Please join us on March 1st, 2014 for a day of conversation and collaboration as we celebrate Drupal and the Drupal community.
When: Sat. March 1, 2014 | 9:00am - 5:00pm
Arrive between 8:30 - 9:00am for coffee and conversation
Where: Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
We have run of the whole place including the theater and galleries. All we need is you!
- This is for anyone who has a hankering for Drupal
- Anyone that wants to learn more about Drupal and the Drupal Community
- Appropriate for absolute beginners to experts
- This is for coders, users, and the curious - laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required
What: A FREE** loosely structured gathering focusing on all things Drupal
- Facilitated discussions -- you choose the topic(s), we help get the talking going
- At least one room with a projector for more "traditional" presentations or case studies
- Lightning Talks
- Drupal Ping-Pong
- "Coder Corner" - for those who want to sprint or hack on code
- Whatever YOU decide to do!
Lunch, coffee and refreshments provided.
** Recommended donation of $5.00 (help offset the cost of food)
Twin Cities Drupal Camp (August 7-10, 2014)
This “unconference” event will provide the venue, fuel/food, and inspiration. Participants will shape the actual program.
Participants will get the most from the event if they are able to participate all day. However, in the spirit of an open house, everyone is welcome to come and leave as they choose. The day will be scheduled with breakout sessions and facilitated activities -- participant-driven small group discussions and learning sessions.
We are expecting anywhere from 30-100 participants Please, bring your own questions or topics (big or small) for discussion. Some possibilities:
- How to make a living doing Drupal
- Is Drupal the right tool for my business or non-profit?
- What are the best development tools for Drupal work?
- A progress report on Drupal 8
- How can I “contribute” to Drupal
- Doing things the “Drupal” way
- Maintaining a Drupal website
- Alternatives to Drupal
- The future of the Twin Cities Drupal Community
- What is your favorite Drupal module and why?