DrupalCamp Austin is an immersive learning experience for all levels.
- Full and half-day trainings!
- 30+ sessions and keynotes!
- Parties, hack-a-thons, and more!
BlackMesh is excited to be sponsoring DrupalCamp Austin and is eagerly anticipating another weekend of Drupal learning, teaching, seeing old friends, and meeting new ones! Based in the Washington, DC, and active in the DC Drupal users group, we are looking forward to visiting Austin and its vibrant tech community.
DrupalCamp Austin is now sporting a responsive design! Whether you’re browsing using a desktop computer, a tablet, or are rushing to a session in the hallway, we’ve taken extra care to ensure that the site loads in a format that looks great on your device.
Check the schedule to see the mobile goodness in action.
LevelTen Interactive is thrilled to sponsor DrupalCamp Austin again this year and to continue our support of Drupal in Texas. Located in Dallas, LevelTen has been focused on Results Oriented web development, Internet marketing, and training since 1999.
Matthew Saunders has worked in project management at a variety of shops ranging from the Western States Arts Federation as Senior Director of Technology, pingVision as Senior Web Producer, one of several Principals in Vintage Digital, and most recently as Director of Technology at Examiner.com. He writes at Dogstar.org regularly - mostly on the business of open source and Drupal.
We are thrilled to be sponsoring DrupalCamp Austin! While the majority of our 55 person team is located in the DC area, Austin is home to the Phase2 Product Director, Karen Borchert, and Senior Developer, Erik Summerfield — so we think fondly on DrupalCamp Austin. This year we are also excited to have our very own Samantha Warren as a featured speaker of the Camp. Samantha has been a huge advocate of designing for Drupal, and she will be offering great case studies from her work using Style Tiles to help the design process go smoother and faster for client engagements.
This year’s DrupalCamp Austin includes a dedicated training track, so you can immerse yourself in an weekend-long educational experience! Trainings will be given by world-class Drupalers on a variety of essential topics. Attendees add training sessions à la carte to their camp registration ticket, combining camp-style sessions with hands-on, dive-deeper training in subjects like site building, security, and responsive design.
DrupalCamp Austin is a community-organized event, and while we do invite a few of the leading professionals in our industry to come and speak — the majority of the presentations, panels, and BoFs come from you — the people!
We’ve had a lot of great sessions submitted so far, but now we need your help deciding which ones to pick.
We’ll leave the polls open until Friday, November 4th — and plan to have the final schedule posted the week of November 7th.
Welcome, Drupalistas and Drupalleros! The site is now up, and you can:
Thanks to our amazing sponsors, parking, breakfast, and all-day beverages are included in the ticket price, making this our cheapest DrupalCamp yet.
We’re very proud to announce that Angie “webchick” Byron will be keynoting at DrupalCamp Austin 2011. As the co-maintainer for Drupal 7, Angie was recognized as the Google-O’Reilly open-source contributor of the year and was the first woman to be featured on the cover of Linux Journal. She is currently the Director of Community Development at Acquia
Angie is a truly amazing and inspiring person. Please join us by registering today!