Two tracks provided our delegate's brains with an à la carte menu for either taste, be it more the back-end or front-endish. Our souls got to enjoy the rich company of a beautiful community from all over the country, including 9 CodeX programmers joining us for the day. We were very excited for this chance to introduce them to Drupal.

DrupalCamp Cape Town Keynote speaker Jam

A special keynote starting us off was Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire sharing about the Drupal Community and open source, before the 2 concurrent tracks with 12 talks took off. One for "Frontend, Design and UX" and another one for "Backend, Sitebuilding and Devops". Find the schedule over here.

Frontend and Backend Talks

Western Cape Government Speakers and Alex from Greenbox talking on Symfony2

With a band for entertainment and fabulous food from Sababa, we got to fill our learning track & learning-sandwich with the awesomeness of the extra mayo-chutney. 

DrupalCamp Cape Town Band

This left us with only one more task: More networking fun at the Neighbourhood Bar, with most of us enjoying that just "ok, one more beer".

Networking at the Camp

Looking forward to the next one and, in the meantime, we open the betting office on the year of Africa's first DrupalCon in Cape Town.