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DrupalCamp London 2017 is coming! 3-5 Mar 2017 @ City University of London

DrupalCamp London is five years old in 2017! Be part of one of the largest DrupalCamps in the world!

DrupalCamp London is celebrating its 5th anniversary with what is scheduled to be the best Camp ever! Already the largest DrupalCamp in Europe, and one of the largest in the world, we are lining up the most informative CxO day event, keynote speakers, sessions, training, sprints and social events. Come and be part of the anniversary event and sign up today! (Early bird pricing ends Jan 2017). And if you’re considering it - go ahead and submit a session, volunteer for a sprint, or sponsor the Camp now!

DrupalCamp London is an international technology event bringing together people who use, develop, design and support the Drupal platform and those thinking about joining the Drupal community.

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SANDcamp planning meeting today!

Join us for the weekly SANDCamp planning meeting virtually using the information below:

  1. Please join my meeting, Oct 9, 2013 at 5:00 PM PDT.

  2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone.

Dial +1 (786) 358-5420
Access Code: 576-038-893
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting

Meeting ID: 576-038-893

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Diana Farias's picture

Why do you go to Drupal Camps?

I go to Drupal camps because I know that if I learn one new thing or meet one cool person who's willing to share their experiences with me, then it was a successful use of my time. Whatever I learn doesn't even have to be Drupal related, the point is I'm a wiser person for having immersed myself into the community. I organize Drupal camps because I want others to have that same opportunity, and it's rewarding for me to see people get together and share their brilliant ideas and work.

So, why do you go to Drupal Camps (big, small, local, international)?

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Susan Rust's picture

Camps - Why Do They Cost So Much?

Last year we posted our expenditures for camp and everyone seemed satisfied; or at least we didn't get any complaints. In my travels, I'm seeing camps that charge from free to $99. This year we are charging for camp and so I thought we would share a little bit about where the money goes. We are particularly blessed because our major costs, the building and internet are graciously covered by BPOC (Rich Cherry, Bill Bostick and Team) which not only allows for a great camp but continued growth and ease for our user group meetings. Please thank them when you see them.

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Growing With Drupal: Camps, Code & Cash

The last few months have been fun visiting, sponsoring and presenting at Camps. Achieve attended camps in Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix, Berkeley and LA. It's been expensive and hard work along with educational, inspiring and fun. So the lessons we've learned are:

  1. Drupal is growing rapidly beyond small sites and single developers.
  2. The community is expanding
  3. Drupal shops are taking a lead in the expansion
  4. Drupal is becoming a business
  5. The camps are getting bigger, more organized and larger attendance
  6. Developers & Dev shops are specializing and finding specific niches
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