Code Sprint February 3rd

We will again have a code sprint following the camp on Sunday, February 3rd. The sprint will focus primarily around Drupal 8 core issues, but obviously other sprint groups can form as well.

The location is the Lewis Library, room 245, on the Princeton University campus, near to where the camp is being held, from 10:30 am to 5 pm. Please sign up on the groups site so we have an idea of how many to expect.

Online BoF Submission and Schedule

Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions are a great way to attract fellow camp attendees together for a conversation or presentation on a topic of mutual interest.

We have been working hard to add an online facility to submit and view BoF sessions, and we think it's ready!

Take a look at the new BoF tab on the Session Schedule to see what's scheduled. If you want to submit a BoF yourself, you need to register for this site. Registering here is separate from the actual event ticket from Eventbrite.

DrupalCamp NJ 2013 is Sold Out!

Unfortunately, the pre-camp trainings and the camp are sold out, and the size of the venue limits the number of tickets that we can sell. We don’t expect any openings at this point, so there is no waiting list or tickets at the door. We do have a monthly Drupal meetup in Princeton and are looking at organizing trainings or other events in the coming months. Keep an eye on the meet up group and

Submit a Session Proposal

We want your session! We will have a great mix of experience levels and backgrounds including academia, business, and non-profit so you'll find a receptive audience for a wide range of topics.

If your proposal is accepted, you will still need to register and pay for your camp ticket, but we'll treat you to a meal or drinks at the end of the day.

DrupalCamp NJ 2013 will tentatively be organized into three session tracks with a mix of beginner, intermediate, and advanced sessions. Deadline for submissions is January 1st January 3rd at 6 pm.