Save the date! NEDCamp 2017

Save the date 2017

Our vision to move the New England Drupal Camp throughout the region began in 2016 with the help of New Hampshire Drupal Group.  Our destination was Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester.  SNHU was a great venue and the conference was a success.

We are happy to announce New England Drupal Camp will be held on November 17-18, 2017 at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester MA.  Friday (11/17) is our training day and Saturday (11/18) is our conference session day.

NEDCamp is HERE!

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Schedule - The session schedule and room assignments are available online 

Location - The event registration is at:
Robert Frost Hall
Souther New Hampshire University
2500 North River Road
Manchester NH 03106

Parking - Parking is available at lot 26-C

After Party - There will be an after party starting at 5:30pm on campus at the Dining Center.  Free food and a cash bar.  Please stop by. 

Can I Learn Something At NEDCamp?

Heck ya!   We have an exceptional content lineup for October 1 at the University of Southern New Hampshire.    The complete schedule is available at 

Accessibility - Our focus is on accessibility, yours should be as well.  October 1 is your kickstart to delivering accessible websites; from guidelines to implementation.  Check out these sessions:

Contrib Sprint at NEDCamp

One of our goals of running NEDCamp is to promote giving back to Open Source Software, specifically our CMS of choice, Drupal.   We are pleased to announce that NEDCamp 2016 will include a contribution sprint.  A contribution sprint, or contrib sprint for short, will give attendees a chance to break the ice on giving back to the community, something we strongly advocate.  Being led by Damien McKenna, one of the Drupal community’s leading contributors, the NEDCamp contrib sprint will focus on finishing off one of Drupal’s most highly used modules - Metatag.

NEDCamp is Here! Things to Know

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A few notes for those attending NEDCamp at Brown University on Saturday October 10 & 11. 

Schedule - The session schedule and room assignments are available online at the Schedule Page.  

Venue and Rooms - We have five rooms we will be using for the day and they are located in three buildings.  While the buildings are close to each other, please plan for extra walking time between session.   A map will be provided when you register. 

14 Questions with Tim Dickens #MeetNED

Tim Dickens is a font-end developer at Parallax, and a member of the #NEDcamp organizer team. Tim's been instrumental in the development and upkeep of the NEDcamp site and we're thrilled that he's a part of our efforts. 

1. Your favorite module or best experience with the platform?
Semantic Views, Display Suite, Elements, and anything that optimizes HTML output. Long live the HTML purist!

8 Questions with Damien McKennna #meetNED

Damien McKenna

We're so pleased to have Damien McKenna as a New England Drupalcamp advisory member. As a very active #Drupal community member, Damien provides us with valuable insight that will only better our #NEDcamp efforts.

Let us introduce Damien...

1. Favorite module: 

2. What piece of advice would you give to someone just beginning to learn Drupal?
Look into the issue queue of a module/theme you like, see if you can help out a little.

3. Mac or PC? / iOS or Android?
Mac, iOS.