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(Local Event) SoCal PHP Mini-camp | produced by UCI School of Enginering

  • Sep 6, 2014 · 8:00 AM
  • UC Irvine Henry Samueli School of Engineering

*** Register at the Drupal Camp LA website and "select  a session".  Current registration on meetup is closed as event is only a few days away. Again, be sure to register at the Drupal Camp LA website. Registration is for both the Drupal Camp and SoCal PHP Mini-Camp ***


SoCal PHP Mini Camp

New for 2014 with the support of the premier Southern California PHP communities of Los Angeles PHP (LAPHP)Orange County PHP (OCPHP), and San Diego PHP (SDPHP) we are pleased to bring you a PHP Mini-Camp within DrupalCamp LA. It will be PHP sessions and dedicated track(s) focused on best practices, technology, and latest in the PHP world happening same day, time, and venue as Drupal Camp LA.

This is an exciting opportunity for the SoCal development community to shine in this first ever joint community event in our area bringing not only the PHP user groups together but also Los Angeles Drupal (LA Drupal) and OC Drupal for a fantastic weekend of intense sharing of knowledge, fun, and networking opportunities.

As the camp is done bar camp style and sessions are volunteered, we invite you to share your knowledge by submitting your sessions and look forward to having you at the camp.

*** Register today *** ...


The local PHP community is nothing without YOU! We not only need local PHP developers to come out and enjoy the day but as this is done barcamp style we need submitted sessions on some great topics. So come out for the day or weekend and share amongst your fellow peers. 

Not sure what topics might work, check out the SoCal PHP Mini-camp page on Drupal Camp LA website for some topic suggestions. We are definitely open to hearing open other topics as well!


DrupalCamp LA is the annual FREE conference for the Drupal community in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the Greater Southern California Area.


Register now for attending and to submit sessions


Just like BarCamp, the sessions are proposed by community volunteers so everyone is welcome to submit a session. 


If you are planning or will be attending, feel free to RSVP here so others know to look for you at Drupal Camp Los Angeles but you must register at the Drupal Camp LA website!

Note that you must RSVP at the camp website to gain attendance and select your sessions.


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  • William

    Did you attend the camp? Take a quick survey to let organizers know how you felt the camp went.

    Watch all our recorded sessions online free on LA Drupal's official YouTube channel:

    1 · September 19, 2014

  • Sharon

    I really appreciated what a great group of people attended and participated in the code camp. Let's do it again next September (or sooner)!

    1 · September 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hello, I was wondering - there is another PHP session at UCI also. What's the difference between that one and this one besides Drupal?

    September 3, 2014

    • William

      SoCal PHP Mini-Camp and Drupal Camp LA are "same" times, venue, and website. Integrating with Drupal Camp LA made the inaugural PHP camp much easier to get off the ground. Go to the Drupal Camp LA website and look for the PHP sessions. Feel free to attend some Drupal sessions as well. There are some good ones like connecting with Angular.

      1 · September 3, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member


      September 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    the software business is full of frustration no one has a clue what they are doing except one man me i got started on this impossible mission to fix the problems of the computer industry as a boy coming out of the sixth grade the first computer dad bought was the bally the bally arcade system was awesome after a small stretch of time my father had bought nearly everything i asked for there were games and educational cartridges but the most awesome thing about it was the beginner all purpose symbolic instructional code cartridge or basic cartridge this rom chip fit into a slot on the right of this z eighty home computer on the left was a calculator keypad along with the basic cartridge was a plastic key overlay with all the information needed to understand how to program in its simple computer language

    August 4, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      How do I submit a BOF?

      August 25, 2014

    • John R.

      @gregory: there'll be a BoF signup board at the event.

      August 25, 2014

  • William

    If you didn't receive the email, a camp update can be found at

    Be sure to REGISTER at and pick your sessions!

    August 15, 2014

  • William

    Along with the camp being supported by the local PHP groups of LAPHP, OCPHP, and SDPHP, have great news in that it is also now officially supported by PHP Women. Diversity is always great for the overall health of the community so looking forward to seeing more women submit sessions as well as attending the camp.

    PHP Women

    3 · July 30, 2014

  • John R.

    The PHP talks will be listed at There's one PHP talk now, but will be others soon.
    There's no separate registration, so you're all set.

    May 15, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Thanks. Looking forward to it

      May 15, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    hi, i registered for drupalcampla. How do I sign up for the PHP mini-camp? Can't seem to find the "pick session" link for it.

    May 15, 2014

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