Drupal Camp Asheville is an annual two-day conference that focuses on hands-on training, community contribution and knowledge sharing for all levels of Drupal experience.
Why should I come?
Drupal is a popular free open-source modular framework and content management system (CMS). It is used to build everything from personal blogs to enterprise applications. Millions of businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations use Drupal because it is free and flexible. It is constantly being improved by the hundreds of thousands of dedicated developers that are part of the Drupal Community.
Drupal Camp Asheville is a growing camp in a beautiful tourist destination. The size of our camp is perfect for being able to access session speakers and even do your first session presentation. We are a welcoming event for people at all levels of Drupal knowledge and experience. Come learn and share in an awesome laid-back environment.
Who is organizing this camp?
Asheville Drupal User Group is the host organization working hard to make this camp possible.
Camp Planning Team
Developer at Lullabot
Dan's been Drupaling for about a decade. Shortly after starting employment with CivicActions, he chose to move to Asheville with his family.
Long time Drupaler/other-CMSer, enjoys getting new developers into the biz.
Open Source Community Ambassador at Kanopi Studios
Vice President of Engineering at Hook42
Technical Project Manager at Hook42
How long has this camp been around?
Drupal Camp Asheville was started in 2010 by Matthew Connerton. In 2015, April Sides took over as lead organizer to continue to provide this amazing experience for the Drupal community.
What is the origin of your logo?
Asheville participates in the North Carolina Urban/Suburban Black Bear Study, a collaborative project between North Carolina State University (NCSU) and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
We decided to embrace our urban bear population as a unique characteristic of our city and a great open and inviting symbol of our local Drupal community. The logo was designed by a member of the Asheville Drupal User Group, April Sides.