UPDATE: SESSION DEADLINE Friday 8/21
Get your session submissions in this week. We're planning to draw up our first schedule draft soon, so you have until Friday (8/21) to submit your sessions. Don't worry about cutoff time, just get your sessions in on or by Friday. We'll publish the two-day camp schedule online shortly after that so everyone can plan their Drupal weekend.
It's time to mark your calendars and join us for surf, sun and code at DrupalCamp LA 2015, the weekend of August 29-30, 2015. Now in its 9th year, DrupalCamp LA is the annual FREE unconference-style Drupal training, founded in the style of BarCamp, for the Drupal community in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the Greater Southern California Area.
Together with the support of the premier Southern California PHP communities of Los Angeles PHP, Orange County PHP, and San Diego PHP we are pleased to bring you a PHP Mini-Camp within DrupalCamp LA. Two camps, one free registration.
We'll have a lot of very smart people in a small space who have all come with something to share and a desire to learn. Since this is a free+cheap event and on a weekend, we also get to welcome folks who can't usually take the time or money to go to commercial conferences - so it's a lot of fun with fresh faces. All levels from beginner to ninja are welcome.
When & Where?
DrupalCamp LA 2015 will be held in the same location as last year, the conference center on the campus of the University of California, Irvine, over the weekend of August 29-30, 2015. The first session will start at 9:00am and the last session should be over by 6:00pm (schedule subject to change).
Current plans are to have five tracks with extra rooms on the side for community gatherings (BoFs) and code sprints. Large rooms seat 300 people, smaller rooms up to 70, and BoF rooms hold 24 attendees with laptops. There is ample space in the conference center for lounging and discussions (with free WiFi and nearby outlets for laptop charging).
Submit a session now
In true BarCamp form, our sessions are proposed by community volunteers, so submit a session now. If you attended DrupalCamp LA last year, your account is probably still active; you can login or register now. We plan to have a dedicated beginner track, so sessions for people new to PHP or Drupal are especially welcome.