Thursday, June 23: Higher Education Summit
In partnership with the University of Minnesota, we're proud to announce our first-ever Higher Education Summit, bringing together Drupal users from college and universities nationwide to share knowledge, collaborate on projects, and learn from each other's experiences. Whether you work in higher education or provide services to university clients, this is an event you won't want to miss. Registration for the summit is provided at no extra cost to camp attendees.
Thursday, June 23: All-Day Trainings
This year, Twin Cities Drupal Camp attendees can register for one of four top-notch trainings provided by some of the most celebrated luminaries in the Drupal community. Unlike many other camps, our trainings are free -- but space is limited, so don't wait to sign up!
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25: Sessions and Keynote
Thanks to everyone who submitted sessions! Early next week, we will begin the difficult task of selecting 28 of them to comprise our main session programming. In addition, we'll be providing space and logistics for organizing the "hallway" track, allowing attendees to create their own ad-hoc discussions on topics of their choosing.
We're also excited to welcome our keynote speaker Helena Zubkow, front-end developer at Lullabot and one of the @Accessibots, passionate advocates for accessibility on websites big and small.
Sunday, June 26: Community Sprint
At a sprint, the community comes together to work on improving Drupal core and its contributed projects. People of all skill levels are welcome, no matter if you're an old hand or if you've never seen the Drupal issue queue in your life. For first-time sprinters, we offer a morning workshop introducing the tools and processes we use to work on issues and move the project forward. Experienced mentors will be on hand to guide you through the contribution process. Attending the sprint entirely voluntary and completely free.