I was hoping to go to Florida DrupalCamp ( https://fldrupalcamp.org ) this year but on short notice it looks like I won't be in town. Anyone interested in going? I can offer you my ticket at the early bird rate(no longer available on their website) of $25.
Please let me know, send me a message with my contact form or comment below if you are interested.
Greetings from Florida DrupalCamp 2013! We have been working the past few weeks to figure out a way to record the FLDC sessions and make them available online for free. We've come up with a process to do this and are now seeking to fully fund it. Our current camp sponsors account for 20 of the sessions to be recorded. The remaining 16 sessions are still open and available!Read more
Florida DrupalCamp Open for Registration!
The FLDC team has been working long hours on the new website, and we're proud to say that we're open for registration!
What you need to know:
- Register now at : http://fldrupalcamp.org
- How much: $20 through April 1st, $25 after
- Date of Conference: April 20th, 2013
- Location of Conference: Florida Technical College in Orlando
- Keynote: Ryan Szrama (Lead Maintainer of Drupal Commerce)!
- At least 6 tracks of sessions, included food, t-shirts, swag!
- More info: http://fldrupalcamp.org
Coding for a Cause: We need your help!
On Sunday, April 21st, participants at Florida DrupalCamp will volunteer to build websites for 3 nonprofit organizations as a way to build skills in the Florida Drupal community, and provide a benefit for the selected organizations.
We are looking for Project Managers to coordinate with the selected agencies prior to, and the day of the event. You'll be responsible for gathering the required information from one of the selected non-profit organizations and getting that information back to the volunteers who will be building the website for them.
We also need a technical lead and themer to assign to each organization.
This is a great way to help a worthy organization and to build up some drupalkarma.
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We've got a couple design tasks assigned: Mike Herchel has been doing an outstanding job on the theme design and Sandy Milligan has volunteered to provide our presenters with themed slide/presentation templates.
There are more opportunities to volunteer if you're looking to help out with the "front end" of the camp this year:
Hello Drupalcamp Attendees! We're only three days out from the big event - read below for information on what to expect and what to bring!
If you haven't registered yet, there's still time at http://fldrupalcamp.org/florida-drupalcamp-2012-event-ticket!
1) What to expect: If you're new to the Drupalcamp® experience, you are in for a treat! The day starts off in the Trellon Room (auditorium) with an introduction by DrupalEasy developer, Michael Anello. He will give you an overview of the days events including the multiple tracks, rooms, timeframes, etc.
The entirety of Saturday will be filled with sessions. These will be held in various classrooms and auditoriums within Rollins College. Take a look at the session schedule at http://fldrupalcamp.org/program/session-schedule. Lunch is 11:30 - 1:00. We'll have the lunch area divided into separate 'interest groups' to facilitate networking. You pick where you want to eat!
Definitely don't miss out on Drupal / Non-profit rockstar Michael Haggarty's keynote which occurs immediately following lunch in the Trellon Room (auditorium). Michael is the CEO of Trellon and is a veritable know-it-all in the worlds of Drupal, CRM, and non-profits.
For more info on what to expect at Florida Drupal Camp (heretofor referred to as FLDC), check out this FLDC Flickr set at http://www.flickr.com/photos/9656572@N06/sets/72157626035803684/with/5439954801/
2) What to bring to FLDC: To make the most of the day, here's a quick list on what to bring with you
- Your computer (and power adaptor). Note: make sure your antivirus is up-to-date and all operating system updates have been installed (looking at you Windows PCs...).
- If you want to follow along, load your PC up with the latest version of Acquia Dev Desktop at https://network.acquia.com/downloads/7.x. There are versions for Windows, Macs, and Linux PCs
- Pen and Paper or tablet
- Business cards
- Money for social event afterwards
- Power cord and/or power strips to share!
3) Coding for a Cause - Sunday Feb 12th - On the second day of Florida Drupal Camp, we will be putting on the third annunal Coding for a Cause. With Coding for a Cause, local Drupal developers build a website for selected not-for-profit organizations as a way to build skills in the Florida Drupal community and provide a benefit for the selected organizations. This year Victim Service Center, Orlando Youth Aviation Center - AeroStars, and Feed Florida First have been selected to have new websites developed.
If you plan on attending Sunday's coding for cause, please fill out the following form to help the facilitate better organize. If you do not fill out this form, you may be forced to to fetch coffee and donuts all day :) Don't let this happen. The form is located at http://fldrupalcamp.org/coding-for-a-cause-for-volunteers. Please fill this out ASAP.
See you in three days!
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Session Schedule Announced / Register Today / Only 10 Days Left!
- Only 10 days left until the camp! Register Now! FLDC will be held Saturday, Feb 11-12 in Winter Park, FL. The first day is all sessions, and the second day of the camp is Coding for a Cause.
- Sessions have been announced for Florida Drupal Camp. To view the session schedule, go to http://fldrupalcamp.org/program/session-schedule
- Beer and Drupal! Did that get your attention? If so, be sure to attend our after-hours social event Saturday Evening! Click here for more information!
The Coding for a Cause committee has chosen 3 candidate organizations to receive free sprint-built websites, and we are now seeking the volunteer technical and design leads for these projects. Each project currently has a project manager who is beginning to plan out the content of the website, and the three of them each will need a confident Drupaller who gets to know the project inside and out in the month leading up to February 11th and 12th.
The three organizations chosen are: