While BADCamp is taking a hiatus in 2021, the San Francisco Drupal community is still committed to providing the high-quality content we all know and love twice a month through SFDUG. We typically meet the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at alternating times to accommodate a wider audience who might be visiting us from other time zones.
We're passionate about coming together as a community, but due to the uncertainty of an in-person event this year and the fatigue that many of us have been experiencing from being online all the time, we've decided to not host a formal BADCamp in 2021.
Please stay tuned for information about special events! Trainings and summits may still happen in some form.
Join the San Francisco Drupal User Group (SFDUG) virtually to network, co-work and socialize with fellow Drupal users.
We opened our April 8 meetup to folks who had sessions accepted at DrupalCon and wanted some space to practice and get feedback. We have 5 speakers lined up with a variety of topics.
Drupal Global Contrib Weekend at San Francisco Drupal User Group - Introduction to issue forks and merge requests
Next week kicks off Drupal Global Contribution Weekend, January 29-31, a virtual worldwide event everyone can participate in from anywhere in the world.
Do you miss BADCamp and the rad community that comes along with it?? We do too!!
But you know what?! We still get together at least once a month for San Francisco Drupal User Group (SFDUG)... and SFDUG is gearing up for the new year, and we want to introduce the exciting winter lineup!!Upcoming meetups Drupal Recipes with Andrew Olson and Bob Snodgrass
Drupal Recipes is a user group driven initiative to contribute to Drupal Community Documentation for site owners, managers and builders.
Thursday, January 14, 2021 - 5:30-7:30 pm PT on ZOOM RSVP here
We are less than a week away from BADCamp liftoff!!
Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp) runs from 9 am - 4 pm PT from Wednesday, October 14 through Saturday, Oct 17. Limited-availability workshops and summits will take place on Wednesday and Thursday.Register on BADCamp's Virtual Conference Platform
This year we are delivering content in the Hopin platform and separate registration is required for both the workshop and summits block and the sessions. We understand that you may have already registered on the BADCamp website, but we do require folks to register on Hopin as well.
BADCamp is understanding that there are many different ways that folks can contribute back to Drupal. Not a coder!? Not a problem! We have plenty of opportunities for people to earn contribution credits while working on their professional development.
Do you want to push the boundaries of what a Drupal Camp session can be? Don’t wait! We’re looking for innovative thought leaders and brave Drupallers to make this the best BADCamp ever.
We are seeking to prioritize unique content that has not been presented at a DrupalCamp in the last year. If you submit a session you have given in the past, it will be rejected. The BADCamp experience is always unique, and this year, with the event going virtual, we’re focusing on thoughtful and fresh content.
We welcome those from all levels of expertise, background, gender, ethnicity, sexual identity, religion, age, and ability to submit sessions. Our community is diverse and we know that Drupal benefits when everyone is included.
We can’t wait to see you all online! Join us Oct 14-17, 2020 for the first-ever virtual BADCamp. Don’t wait: register now!
With no travel arrangements to make, setting yourself up for an epic time at BADCamp is as easy as letting us know you’re attending. Consider all the other ways to get involved:
Wherever you are in the world, and whatever your Drupal knowledge level, BADCamp is offering opportunities to level up your Drupal and Drupal adjacent skills!