2017-10-20 (All day) America/New_York

Event type: 

Drupalcamp or Regional Summit

Cornell University’s Custom Development team is hosting its fourth DrupalCamp on Friday October 20, 2017, and we are looking for presenters to pitch one-hour sessions. Sessions will start at 10:00am after breakfast and a keynote speech, and run concurrently until 4:30pm.
The audience for presentations includes: New to Drupal; Beginner; Intermediate; and Advanced. Please select the most appropriate audience for your presentation.
New this year, we are offering several different tracks under which to submit a presentation: Being Human; Coding; DevOps; Drupal Showcase, Frontend; Hosting; Project Management; and Site Building. We welcome submissions in all areas and are looking for content contributor submissions as well.
Session presenters will receive free admission to the camp on October 20, with meals and snacks included. We are sorry but we cannot offer travel assistance to presenters.
Deadline for submissions is August 25, 2017. Those with accepted sessions will be notified by September 6, 2017.
Please submit your session proposal here:
Registration for the Camp will open in July. We are also offering a full-day beginner training and half-day Code Sprint on October 19. More information to come soon.

About Us

This group generally meets twice monthly: online via Google+ Hangouts, and in person at venues around WNY, including Buffalo, Rochester, and Niagara Falls, NY—most recently in the centrally located metropolis we know as Batavia.

All of us have a hand in sites built with Drupal and/or use Drupal on a daily basis. Our active members are designers, developers, entrepreneurs, business people, and everything in between.

We meet to talk about recent Drupal news, upcoming releases, learn about other members’ projects, and hear presentations on subjects that both matter to us and motivate the Drupal community.