Drupal Camp Connecticut 2011 was fantastic!
We thank our sponsors, our hosts, our presenters, our volunteers and our attendees for coming together to create an exciting, informative and inspiring event. We're fortunate not only to be working with a fantastic open-source CMS but also to be working within a passionate and very highly-skilled community.
Thank you for your participation. We hope to see you all at our next Drupal Camp Connecticut in 2012 if not sooner!
DrupalCampCT is a full-day, no-cost event, structured around the open-source content management system, Drupal, which includes knowledgeable speakers, informative workshops, impromptu birds-of-a-feather sessions, and invaluable opportunities to network with other Drupalists in and around the Nutmeg State! We expect attendees to be a good mix of experienced Drupalists and newcomers to Drupal; developers, themers, content managers and project leaders; and consultants, corporate professionals, academics and passionate hobbists.
- Date: August 20th 2011
- Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Location: Luce Hall, Yale University Campus
We are presently looking for sponsors for this year's DrupalCampCT event. Your support of DrupalCamps shows your respect for the value that community brings to Drupal as an open-source project. Learn how you can sponsor this event
Key Note Speaker - John Zavocki
We are proud to announce that John Zavocki will be our key-note speaker. John has an unquenchable thirst for Internet technologies and a passion for web design. He uses his experience as an artist and a technologist to help bridge those two (seemingly) disparate worlds together for his clients. Read more...
Presenters, record your presentation
You can record your presentation very simply using either QuickTime on a MAC or CamStudio on your PC (http://camstudio.org
) . This is a great way to share your presentation with those who could not attend.