Our speakers come from all over and are eager to share their mastery of a variety of topics for users ranging in skill and experience from beginner to advanced. In addition to our 36 sessions, we’re also very proud to offer super affordable training courtesy of some Drupal heavy-hitters, three days of sprints, and two days of BOFs (birds of a feather discussions) on Saturday and Sunday.
I haven’t even mentioned our after-hours events or the many things to do in this town, but that’s why we created this handy interactive map of Austin and put the full schedule on joind.in. Click around and take a gander at what you’re missing out on. I’ll wait.
Quick note for all my fellow camp organizers: Joind.in is a nifty open-source event organizing tool used by many organizers in the PHP community. I’m a real big fan because of how easy it is to use and how much functionality it offers camps on a budget.
If you can’t make it to Texas Camp, you can still rock this app. Simply ☆ (star) to save sessions for quick access to the slides and session recordings.
Oh, did I mention we’re recording sessions? Yep! Videos of all 36 sessions will be available on YouTube following the camp. Thanks in advance to Kevin Thull, for flying in all the way from Chicago to volunteer his time and recording expertise to capture this and other Drupal camp sessions and making them available all over. Buy him something from a food truck and tell him thanks if you ever meet him.
Texas Camp is a week away and it’s not too late to change your plans and come. While our camp is only in its second year, we’ve already hit our goal of 150 attendees and still have room to grow. Tickets are still available and will remain on sale for the duration of the event.
If that t-shirt doesn’t put you over the edge, I don’t know what will. So what are you waiting for? Brush off your boots (or buy some here) and come on down! We'll be two-steppin' our way into the history books.