On September 12–14, at Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta-Buckhead
Welcome, Kyle Mathews!
This year, DrupalCamp Atlanta is honored to welcome Kyle Mathews as our keynote speaker, creator of the open source project Gatsby. Gatsby was a hot topic at DrupalCon this year, and we’re ready to dive into the software at DrupalCamp this September.
Hurry Call for Proposals Due July 12!
Session submissions are now open for DrupalCamp Atlanta 2019! With Kyle as our keynote, we’re interested to see how others are combining Drupal and Gatsby. In addition, we’re also accepting sessions in the following tracks:
- Design, Theming, and Usability
- Development and Performance
- Site Building
- Business Leadership
- Education and Training
Each session is 40 minutes with 10 minutes for Q&A. Each room will be set classroom style and will have a projection screen and with in house audio.
Be sure to grab your early bird tix for #DCATL before 8/12! September will be here before you know it! https://t.co/7vKzR83USk
In addition to 50-minute sessions, we’re also looking for volunteer trainers for our full day of trainings on Thursday (9/12) and a half day on Friday (9/13). Training sessions can range across all experience levels. You can submit your call for training here.
Co-Present with Your Clients
One of our goals for this year’s camp was to increase the number of case studies. We encourage web development companies and units to connect with their clients to co-present a session at this year’s DCATL.
We see this as an opportunity to re-engage with a client by highlighting the great work you have done together all while introducing them to the awesome Drupal community we have. So, reach out to some of our clients and propose a presentation today!
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