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Session submission deadline is Monday, April 22nd, 2019.

Submission Information

Selected speakers will receive a code to redeem a free general admission ticket to camp.

By submitting a session to Drupalcamp Asheville, you agree to the following:

  • That you will follow the Code of Conduct.
  • If selected you will attend the camp (July 13, 2019) and present your session.
  • If you need to cancel your attendance and/or presentation, you will notify the camp organizers as soon as possible so that they can arrange for a substitution.
  • That your presentation may be recorded and made available online.
  • That you will not include any proprietary material in your session that you do not have the legal right to include.

When submitting your session, let us know the following:

  • Who is your ideal audience member, the person who would get the most out of your session?
  • What do you expect people to be able to take away from your session?
  • How much and what kind of technical knowledge do people need going in to your session?

Speaker Information

  • You will have 45 minutes for your session. You may include a Q&A session as part of that, but we ask that you have at least 30 minutes worth of material prepared.
  • After your session, head over to the Q&A Bar to continue the conversation and answer additional questions.
  • Speakers should plan to arrive in their room at least 10 minutes beforehand to set up.
  • You should bring:
    • Your laptop and power adaptor (and a converter if needed)
    • Your presentation/slides (locally on your laptop - our wifi is good, but just in case...)
    • A cable to connect your laptop via HDMI (we expect to have these, but it is good to be prepared)

Session Submission

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Please provide a description of the speaker or speakers (if more than one) as you would like for it to appear on the website if this session is selected. If there is more than one speaker/presenter, please provide their Company, Twitter, and information here if applicable.

If you've spoken at other camps or cons, please list a few here and provide links if possible. This will help us better know what to expect from your presentation.

If you have not spoken publicly before at a camp or conference, that is no problem at all. We are looking for speakers across the full spectrum of experience. Drupal Camp Asheville is a great place to try your first or fiftieth presentation!


In an effort to help Drupal Camp Asheville gather citizens of the Drupal ecosystem to learn, share, and collaborate together, we are we are making a conscious effort to increase diversity among our speakers. By providing this information, you are helping to inform us of our current speaker submission pool so that we can best support you with additional resources and better utilize our resources in the future. Providing this information is not mandatory and will not affect your session during the selection process nor will your name be shared publicly.

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