For more information on sponsorship, sessions, or the overall event please visit www.drupalcampatlanta.com. We look forward to taking you back to school with Drupal!
Please use the hashtag #DcATL and @DrupalCamp_ATL.
What is DCATL ?
Drupalcamp Atlanta (DCATL) is one of the southeast’s largest annual Drupal conferences attracting over 450 web developers, designers, executives and educators who are engaged with teaching and learning Drupal. This conference is comprised of multiple concurrent sessions with tracks ranging from Beginner, Design/Theming and Usability, Development and Performance, Site Building, Business Leadership, and Education. In addition there are impromptu birds of feather (BOF) sessions, code sprints all concluding with a networking reception.
In 2009, the inaugural Drupalcamp Atlanta was held at Kennesaw State University. The grassroots event was spearheaded by Dave Terry of Atlanta-based Mediacurrent, and a group of devoted volunteers, who wanted to unite, grow, educate, and train our regional Drupal community. Over the years, Drupalcamp Atlanta has consistently grown and developed an amazing reputation for attracting high-profile speakers, business leaders, sponsors and Drupal enthusiasts from all skill levels. In 2013, attendance swelled to over 450 and included a job fair, product demos, training programs, code sprints, BoFs (impromptu meetings), diverse session tracks, and an exciting after-party.
Back to School with Drupal
In an effort to re-establish the grassroots culture the Atlanta Drupal User’s Group (ADUG) embraced the challenge of producing the conference and decided on hosting it back at Kennesaw State University where it all started. To further promote the “teaching” and “learning” of Drupal the ADUG committee conceptualized the Drupal in Ed Summit as an all day single track event designed for Drupalers who are passionate about personal and professional education.