Sessions Now on Both Days!

DrupalCamp Atlanta is growing to two days for 2015! To fit training sessions and over 40 sessions, we have expanded to include both Friday (October 16th) and Saturday (October 17th). Here's how DrupalCamp Atlanta 2015 will be structured:

Friday, October 16th, 2015
Friday morning (8am - 12pm) is devoted to trainings all about Drupal 8. We will have three concurrent training sessions: 

  1. Migrating themes to Drupal 8, 
  2. Migrating modules to Drupal 8, and 
  3. Drupal beginner training focused on Drupal 8.

Please note that trainings require separate registrations and cost $25, which can be purchased starting for purchasing information.

Friday afternoon (1pm - 5:20pm) begins our first batch of sessions. We'll be kicking off Friday afternoon with opening remarks and four blocks of sessions! 

Saturday, October 17th, 2015
Saturday is all about sessions. From 9am until 3pm, DrupalCamp Atlanta will be jam packed with sessions covering site building, design and theming, development and performance, site building, and more! Our keynote is scheduled from 10am and will be focused solely on Drupal 8!

View our full schedule now at:

Acquia - Afterparty at World of Beer
A big thank you to Acquia for hosting the 2015 DrupalCamp Atlanta After Party, scheduled for Friday (October 16th) from 5:30-8:30pm at World of Beer, 745 Chastain Rd NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144. Come join us! No reservation of sign-up required. Live Music starts at 9:00pm.

DrupalCamp Atlanta is October 16-17, 2015 at the Kennesaw State University Conference Center in Kennesaw, GA. Drupalcamp Atlanta is one of the southeast's largest annual Drupal conferences attracting over 450 web developers, designers, executives and educators who are engaged with teaching and learning Drupal.

This conference is comprised of multiple concurrent sessions with tracks ranging from Beginner, Design/Theming and Usability, Development and Performance, Site Building, Business Leadership, and Education.  In addition there are impromptu birds of feather (BOF) sessions, code sprints all concluding with a networking reception.

Who Organizes DCATL?

DCATL is organized by the The Atlanta Drupal Users Group (ADUG). ADUG brings together professionals and enthusiasts in the Greater Atlanta area and Georgia to meet and exchange ideas and expertise about building websites using the Drupal.

2015 ADUG Board of Directors

Eric Sembrat - President
Zach Sines - Vice President
Taylor Wright - Treasurer
Barbra Prebble - Secretary
Kaleem Clarkson - DCATL Project Lead
Adelle Frank
Suzannah Saiah
Adama Zoumanigui