About

DrupalCamp Boone is the first event conference organized by the High Country Drupal User Group to unite and improve the Drupal Development Community at Appalachian State University , the Town of Boone , and North Carolina.

DrupalCamp Boone is an unconference-style Drupal training, founded in the style of BarCamp. Our goal is to bring members of the Drupal community together for an educational, fun, and free event that is accessible to Drupalers of all skill levels.

Sessions and Topics
Current plans are to have four, concurrent sessions in addition to an extra room reserved for Birds of a Feather (BoFs) sessions.

In true BarCamp form, our sessions are proposed by attendees. Here is the process:

  1. Suggest a session: (You need to create an account on this site first) We want to maximize your benefits of attending, so please suggest a session. Be sure to read other session submissions before submitting your idea to avoid duplicates. Just because you suggest a session, doesn't mean you have to facilitate it (in fact, you probably wouldn't - this is your opportunity to tell the community what you want to learn about)... just describe the kind of session you want to see.
  2. View and vote on sessions : Make your voice heard! It will help session presenters, the event planners, and attendees to know what sessions you want to see.  When presentation submissions open up, people can use the high-vote suggestions to inform their presentations.
  3. Submit a session (coming soon): Sessions will be led by attendees, so if you're so inclined, please submit a session to facilitate. Again, we want to make this camp the best for all attendees, so please review session suggestions before submitting a session. If you find out that none of the sessions appeal to you during that time slot, don’t worry… head over to the BoF room and start your own conversation!
  4. Register: Registration services are provided by ASU’s Office of Conferences and Institutes and will open shortly. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive registration information as soon as it is available.
  5. Plan your trip: Please browse the information found in this section of our website, and contact us if you need more information.

What to bring:

  • Your computer (and power adaptor)
  • A notebook
  • Business cards
  • A water bottle and snacks if you want to avoid the vending machines (a lunch card, however, will be provided)
  • Cash for vending machines if you want to pack light


Also allowed:

  • A camera or video camera
  • Podcasting gear
  • Your cell phone, set to vibrate please


What NOT to bring

  • Alcohol or illegal substances of any sort
  • Firearms, fireworks, etc
  • Pets
  • Small children (or anyone who doesn’t intend on participating in the conference)