Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! Don’t miss FLDC’s Community Day!

Posted: February 13th, 2014

Florida Drupalcamp’s main sessions are on Saturday, March 8th. But don’t go home just yet- the camp isn’t over, not by a long shot! On Sunday, March 9th Florida Technical College is re-opening its doors for Drupallers to contribute back to the community!

Coding for a Cause

Coding for a cause is taking place yet again on the campus of FTC. This event brings Drupal developers and project managers together with one or more non-profit organizations in need of a new website... Read More

Florida DrupalCamp 2014: Breaking All Registration Records!

Posted: February 10th, 2014

Florida Drupalcamp 2014 is on track to be the largest and greatest camp this state has ever seen! We’re only 27 days from the event and we currently have 171 registered Drupallers  (as of Sunday). At the same time in 2013, FLDC had 97 registered Drupallers. Check out the chart above for FLDC registration rates compared to the previous three years.

Why is registration going so well?

This year, FLDC14 is doing a number of things different.

Kevin Basarab is Florida Drupalcamp’s Fourth and Final Featured Speaker!

Posted: February 6th, 2014

Florida Drupalcamp is honored to have Kevin Basarab (kbasarab) as its fourth and final featured speaker for FLDC14!

Kevin started out doing web development and SEO for a hotel marketing firm in 2006 before transitioning into full-time Drupal development at the Florida Times-Union newspaper in early 2009. He now works at Mediacurrent as a Senior Drupal Developer, working on many high profile... Read More

OS Training To present the Florida Drupalcamp Beginner's Track

Posted: January 31st, 2014

For the second year, Florida Drupalcamp is excited to announce OS Training, a professional training company, is presenting the Drupal 7 Beginner Track!

Headquartered in Atlanta, OS Training has teachers located across North America and England. The company is led by CEO and founder Steve Burge, author of Drupal 7 Explained: Your Step-by-Step Guide. "We take great pride in our teaching staff. All our staff members are both webdesigners... Read More

Florida Drupalcamp welcomes Melissa Anderson as our third featured speaker!

Posted: January 30th, 2014

FLDC is excited to announce Melissa Anderson as our third (out of four) featured speakers!

Melissa Anderson (eliza411 on has been working with Drupal for over 8 years. She was one of the leads of the “Great Git Migration”, where’s version control system was transitioned from CVS to Git. Melissa also is a participant in the Drupal governance initiative as a member of the Software Working Group

Currently, Melissa... Read More

Pantheon Sponsoring Florida DrupalCamp Afterparty!

Posted: January 28th, 2014

This year’s Florida Drupalcamp after-party will be sponsored by Pantheon. Pantheon provides a cloud-based, integrated, and Drupal specific hosting environment and development workflow. Pantheon will be providing drink tickets for FLDC attendees (limited quantities available)!

The afterparty will take place at the same location as last year, the ... Read More

FLDC now allowing session topic requests!

Posted: January 28th, 2014

Do you want to hear someone else present on a specific topic? Let us know!

This year, Florida DrupalCamp is allowing session attendees to propose session ideas for others to present on. This will allow developers who have specific knowledge to see that there is a demand, and will also give ideas for those who want to present, but don’t have a specific topic.

We have also... Read More

Announcing Larry Garfield as the second Florida DrupalCamp 2014 Featured Speaker!

Posted: January 23rd, 2014

Florida Drupalcamp is excited to announce Larry Garfield (Crell on as the second of four featured speakers in 2014!

Larry Garfield is a prominent Drupal and PHP developer and has been with the project for over 8 years. Currently working at, Larry is a Senior Architect and Community Lead, developing solutions for medium to large cultural and educational institutions. He also... Read More

Florida Drupalcamp Session proposals now being accepted!

Posted: January 22nd, 2014

Florida Drupal Camp 2014 is now accepting session proposals! Propose your sessions at

Selected tracks are:

  • Design, Theming and Usability
  • Development and Performance
  • Site Building
  • Project Management, Sales and Consulting
  • Sessions off the Drupal Island

All session proposals must be submitted by February... Read More

Apply now! FLDC14 Coding for a Cause Applications for Charitable Organizations

Posted: January 7th, 2014

On Sunday, March 9, 2014, Florida DrupalCamp participants volunteer to build websites for non-profit (501c3) organizations. All FLDC14 Drupalers are welcome and encouraged to participate. Be sure to sign up! Project managers have been selected. Chosen organizations will be assigned a project manager that will guide them through the process and remain on the project until it is completed. Requirements and Application for organizations wishing to be... Read More