DrupalCampDelhi 2016

piyush.jain@srijan.in's picture
2016-11-12 10:00 - 2016-11-13 18:00 UTC
Event type: 
Drupalcamp or Regional Summit

Drupal Camp Delhi 2016
DrupalCamp Delhi is a symposium of the Delhi Drupal community. It's where the Delhi Community including students, developers, executives come together.

This event takes place once a year and brings together thousands of people from across North India who use, develop, design, and support the ​Drupal​ platform.
DrupalCamp Delhi will be held at Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, India from 12-13, November 2016. It is home to a strong Drupal community and that attract a lot of attendees from all over North India and beyond.

DrupalCamp Delhi is an action­ packed two day event of all things Drupal and features a full schedule of educational, networking, and contribution opportunities:
● Saturday are Keynotes, Sessions, and BOFs
● Sunday is the Contribution Sprint
Together we will unite in celebration and work together to gain new skills and new friends as we advance the Drupal project.

Here is what the series of events will look like (times will soon be assigned to them):
Saturday, 12th Nov, 2016:
Keynote by Shyamala Rajaram
Parallel session by the selected speakers
Continuation of the sessions (in lecture rooms)
Closing of the event

Sunday, 13th Nov, 2016:
Code Sprint
Code Sprint

Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, India
A-10, Sector-62, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
Nearest metro station - Kaushambi metro station

To Find out more visit our website; 2016.drupalcampdelhi.com


All the best

hussainweb's picture

Awesome! All the best for the camp preparations and I hope to see you in November. :)

Looking forward to seeing you

naveenvalecha's picture

Looking forward to seeing you here in DCD 2016.

great. looking forward to

naveenvalecha's picture

great. looking forward to it.Marked in calendar :)


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