[consulting] and they call it drupalcamp

David Geilhufe dgeilhufe at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 23 00:57:03 UTC 2006

Back in the dot com boom, a company called ARS Digita did "boot camps."  I like the name "Drupal Camp"

These basically were 2-5 day training sessions for developers. You went the camp, learned some basics and then completed some "problem sets" collaboratively with the folks at the boot camp. A problem set would be something like creating a module. Perhaps the problems could be something like:

1. Create a basic module.
2. Create a module that exercises parts of the Drupal API thoroughly. 
3. Create a new theme
4. ?

This would also be a great addition to the handbook for folks to self-study.

If someone with more drupal skills were to work with me, we could come up with a few problem sets to start putting together on the Handbook. 


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Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 18:01:16 -0500
From: Noel Hidalgo <nhidalgo at mac.com>
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so in my one good thought a day...

for those of you planning a drupal day or two day crash courses...  
you should call it drupal camp.

i'm envisioning the little water guy/gal in front of the barcamp "camp"

thoughts? ideas?

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