DrupalCamp Kyiv 2012 – the main event of the year for drupallers will take place on September 14-15 in Kyiv at an i-klass education center.
The format of the DrupalCamp is a two-day barcamp, with four parallel streams of reports every day. Reports are pre-determined, however there will be some free slots for open discussions and initiatives formed directly during the event. In addition, the event will feature code-sprint and for those who want to brush up for the conference, we’ll arrange professional trainings a couple of days before the main event.
Highlights of DrupalCamp Kyiv 2012:
- The conference activities will be held during 2 days and within 4 parallel streams. We are planning to hear about 50 reports.
- The conference program is formed by the participants of the conference. Each participant can offer an interesting topic or a report within one of the predefined topics.
- A couple of days before the conference trainings will be conducted for those wishing to familiarize with or raise proficiency in Drupal.
- In addition to the reports, the conference will feature code-sprint, where everyone can participate, this way contributing to the development of Drupal.
- This year we require a mandatory conference registration fee (150 UAH if paid in July, 200 UAH if paid in August, 250 UAH if paid in September and directly on the day of the conference). We’ve provided for some payment privileges for certain categories of participants (speakers, partners).
Registration of participants is open from July 1, 2012.
The registration can be stopped approximately 10 days before the start of the conference.
DrupalCamp Kyiv is held for the fourth year in a row, and has become traditional for the Ukrainian Drupal community. Our history begins in 2008 when a small group of 40 enthusiasts got together and held an informal meeting at the G-Club with reports, discussions, and … beer.
In 2009, we hosted the first “serious” DrupalCamp, which lasted for two days and took place at an i-klass, and boasted over 200 participants and about 30 reports. In 2010 the tradition was repeated. DrupalCamp 2011 made it despite all the difficulties and obstacles that we faced.
Traditionally, the event takes place in the atmosphere of free communication and knowledge exchange. The participants have a direct impact on the program and the pace of the event. Strengthening the social ties of the community has always been and still remains one of the major goals of the conference.
Learn more on Drupal Camp