As the snow begins to melt, the temperatures begin to rise and the plants return in full bloom, the events revolving around our great Drupal community become more and more prevalent! If you are wondering which camps are when and when DrupalCon is this year, we are here to help you out. There are many places all over the web that you can get more information on your favorite Drupal events, whether that is right here on our DrupalCamp Colorado website, Drupical or your favorite social media platforms.
Season of Camps
It is truly the season for which the Drupal community thrives. Like a groupie following a band, with the amount of camps and DrupalCon going on, you can be in San Francisco one weekend and be all the way in New York the next. Drupal has a great community of followers willing to help each other out, give presentations on what they know and how they have utilized Drupal and volunteer as much as they can. Without those willing volunteers, Drupal would not be the great content management system that we all know and love today. DrupalCamps and DrupalCon are a way, then, for people to get together and share this wealth of information.
So how do you become a Drupal groupie? Easy! Drupical provides a list and map of all Drupal-related events going on all around the world, with convenient dates, times and related links for each and every event. This will make it super simple to plot your travels and be sure that you show up on time for the first session of the next DrupalCamp or Con.
As you can see there are quite a lot of Drupal related events in even the next few months. We’ve pointed out a handful of our favorite upcoming events below:
- MidCamp 2018 - Going on now through March 11th
- SANDcamp San Diego 2018 - March 22-24
- Stanford DrupalCamp - April 6-7
- DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - April 9-13
- DrupalCamp Colorado 2018 - August 3-5
- And SO much more!
While you are out following Drupal related events around the nation - and possibly even the world - we recommend opening up your Twitter account and following each of the Drupal communities, their camp pages and even some of their followers. This is a great way to get up-to-date information on scheduling, session information, meeting locations and a lot more. This is also a great way to connect to users in the field, who use, maintain and are able to offer Drupal advice. Not to mention, you potentially get to see the amount of your followers go up!
Here are lots of reasons to get out and attend at least one Drupal event this year, especially DrupalCamp Colorado in August and DrupalCon Nashville in April. Whether you trust Drupical to give you all of the information you need, you rely on Twitter updates from you favorite Drupal groups, or you are right here on our website, you should have all of the information that you need to have a successful adventure with Drupal.