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NYC Camp

NYC Camp (pronounced "nice camp") is a developer-centric mini-con focused on accelerated learning and ensuring attendees can contribute to Drupal.

NYC Camp tickets are free. Our target attendance for NYC Camp is only 400, so register here before we fill up!

One of our major goals is to help attendees accelerate their learning. In particular, we're bringing together some of the most active minds in Drupal to help devs move past the plateau many encounter and surmount the steep learning curve to get from an intermediate level to advanced. We're also providing free training days to help beginners overcome the initial steep learning curve when first learning Drupal (camp includes a beginner track throughout the camp).

Event date: 
Thursday, July 19, 2012
COD version: 
Beta 1 (6.x-1.0-beta1)
Attendee count: 
600

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