Bay Area Drupal Camp 2014
BADCamp (Bay Area Drupal Camp) is one of the largest and most important Drupal events of the year. On top of a weekend of sessions covering development and nearly every other aspect of Drupal work, BADCamp starts off with two days of in-depth Summits. It’s just a few days away, but admission is 100% free and you can still attend if you register (don’t forget to register for Summits too).
On Thursday, we are sponsoring the Nonprofit Summit, where our own Clayton will be leading a discussion about Drupal for small to mid-size nonprofits, a segment that is underserved by the majority of Drupal solutions. He’ll also introduce the new release of OpenAid, the Drupal distribution for program-focused organizations.
On Friday, we are sponsoring the Higher Ed Summit where we'll discuss how Marketing and IT goals can both be met in Drupal projects. Matthew and I will talk about successful approaches we've used to achieve this with universities like Stanford, UC Berkeley, Stony Brook and Johns Hopkins.
Saturday is chock full of sessions by Aten folks:
- Joel and Chris will talk adaptive content strategy and implementation from 5:00 to 5:30pm in the Warp Zone
- Roxy will present an effective approach to giving and getting great feedback from 1:30 to 2:30pm in the Haunted Mansion
- Joe and Sandra will talk about supporting websites through ongoing feature enhancements from 1:30 to 2:00pm in the Warp Zone
- John Ferris will present on design logic for dynamic content with CSS from 2:30 to 3:00pm in the Warp Zone
Sunday is another day of great content and your last chance to pick up an Aten sketchbook at the booth. Are you going? Let us know.