Howdy, we are glad you came to visit. You are in the right place to learn more about Texas Camp!
Who is Texas Camp For?
Texas Camp is for everyone with a drive to learn more about web development!
What is Texas Camp?
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, training, sessions, lightning talks, code sprints, and more.
Texas Camp is fiscally sponsored by the Open Collective Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Texas Camp finances are transparently tracked via Open Collective.
When is Texas Camp?
Day 1 - October 18, 2019 Training Day - If you are looking for in depth training on a specific topic.
Day 2 - October 19, 2019 Sessions / Community Day - Brings many people together for broad coverage of many topics, networking, and fun!
Future Dates: Texas Camp is an annual event. We listened to your feedback and have moved the camp to a cooler season which also gives everyone a chance to recover after DrupalCon.
More Details? See our program page for what to expect this year.
Where is Texas Camp?
This year's Texas Camp is in San Antonio, Texas at Codeup. (We greatly appreciate their generosity in sponsoring the location)
Future Locations: In the past Texas Camp has been in Dallas and Austin so if you can't make it this year watch for us coming to your city in the future.
Thanks to all of our volunteers!
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:
- Brandon Williams, amazee.io
- Chris Martin, Four Kitchens
- David Stinemetze, Rackspace
- Art Williams, Texas Creative
- Andrew McClintock, Graphics Designer
- Rebecca Martin, Graphics Designer
- Rebeca Escandon, Four Kitchens
- Dustin Younse, Indeed
- Mike Marsello, UT Austin
- Adrianna Flores, Rackspace
- Irma Martin, Editor