We’re thrilled you’re here! You are part of something big. Texas Camp is an annual event that brings together people who use, develop, design, and support the Web’s leading content management platform, Drupal.
This year’s camp is May 31-June 2 at the Norris Conference Center in Austin, Texas.
Organized by volunteers from the regional Drupal community, Texas Camp features curated sessions and panel conversations by internationally-renowned Drupal experts. Texas Camp offers attendees the opportunity to increase their Drupal knowledge through networking, code sprints, training, and more.
Whether you’re an existing Drupal user, developer, designer, site builder, or are maybe just a little Drupal-curious, you won’t want to miss out on this unique event.
Texas is organized by a broad network volunteers from the regional Drupal community, making it a true showcase for Drupal in Texas. Texas attracts speakers and attendees from around the country and the world, making it more than just another local event.
Who is Texas Camp For?
Texas Camp is an event for anyone uses Drupal, or is responsible for designing, building, developing, and supporting Drupal in any capacity. It's also great for anyone currently evaluating Drupal or simply looking to learn more about it. It’s a place where designers, developers, and Drupal users can brush shoulders with Drupal service providers, hosting vendors, and other members of the broader Web development community.
If you’re interested in getting involved in one of the world’s leading open source projects, Texas Camp is a great place to get started, with plenty of opportunities to meet mentors, trainers, core developers, and other community leaders. No technical knowledge required.
Who organizes Texas Camp?
Texas Camp is organized by group of Drupalistas and Drupaleros from Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. We're looking for a few good folks to join the team. Get in touch if you want to help out.
This year's volunteers are:
- Stephanie El-Hajj, Amazee Labs
- Andrew McClintock, Amazee Labs
- Brandon Williams, Amazee Labs
- Caryn Eaton, Kanopi Studios / HID Global
- Charles Leverington, University of Texas
- Leigh Anderson, FFW
- Rachel Whitton, Pantheon
- Carlos Ospina, Acquia
- David Needham, Pantheon
- Yes Moon, Austin Fire Department
- Kevin Thull
Texas Camp is fiscally sponsored by the Drupal Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to fostering and supporting the Drupal software project, the community, and its growth.