Register or Propose a session (http://2014.drupalcampct.org/)
DrupalCampCT includes a keynote presentation, several breakout sessions (http://2014.drupalcampct.org/session-ideas) of prepared presentations and impromptu discussions, and plenty of time for networking with other Drupalists. Attendees are provided with coffee and bagels in the morning and a free lunch at mid-day.
8:00am: Coffee and networking
8:30am: Welcoming remarks
9:00am: Breakout Session 1
10:00am: Breakout Session 2
11:00am: Breakout Session 3
1:30pm: Keynote Presentation
2:30pm: Breakout Session 4
3:30pm: Breakout Session 5
4:30pm: Breakout Session 6
What to Bring
Bring materials to help you learn and to help you network at DrupalCampCT.
A laptop, iPad, netbook, etc. (Don't forget your power adapter.)A notebook and penBusiness cardsA smile and all your Drupal love
The map (http://2014.drupalcampct.org/content/venue-and-meal-information) indicates parking lots and directions for walking to Luce Hall. Yale parking lots are marked on the map and are free on Saturdays. They are close to Luce Hall but you will need to walk a few blocks. You can also park on the street but it is not free and you will need quarters for the meters.
Food and Beverages
DrupalCampCT is enthusiastic to provide free food and beverages to DrupalCampCT attendees thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.
Bagels and coffee will be available at 8:00am and through the morning at no-cost for all DrupalCampCT attendees.
A pizza lunch will be provided during the mid-day at no-cost to all DrupalCampCT attendees.
Coffee and cold beverages will be available throughout the day at no-cost for all DrupalCampCT attendees.
Stay in touch
We'll keep you informed as the organization and content of DrupalCamp develops, and we'd love to have you take part in that discussion. Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/#!/drupalcampct/) or join us on groups.drupal.org (http://groups.drupal.org/connecticut) to stay in touch, join the conversation, and get all the latest DrupalCampCT information.