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Thanks for a great event.  We appreciate our sponsors and volunteers making all this possible. We hope everyone had a good time, and hope to see all of you at next year's event!  Check back soon for links to all of the sessions we were able to record.

Next year's dates have been announced and we have our first keynote!

July 22-24th, 2015 at NIH.  Dries will be our opening keynote.  How awesome is that?!?!

Thanks to everyone's excitement about this event, we have sold out!!

Looking for Drupal talent? Are you a talented Drupaler looking for your next career move? We will be hosting a networking mixer from 7:00AM- 12:00PM on Wednesday in Room E. Meet with Drupal vendors and fellow Drupal developers to network and meet new Drupal friends and talent!

Yep. We will be having it all! Fantastic sessions. Amazing Keynotes from government, community and industry leaders. And then we top it all off with a dedicated Coder Lounge, Code Sprints (Day 1 and Day 2), Training, Drupal Ladders and a Drupal Bootcamp? But first, before you can do any of these things, you have to:

Remember to Register!
CapitalCamp + Drupal Gov Days is completely free and all are welcome, but space is limited!  Register today while there’s still room!

IMPORTANT- If you have a food allergy, please complete the whole registration (sclick the red REGISTER button above and select the number of tickets and make sure you indicate any food restriction for the emails you register for a ticket).

Taoti Drupal Bootcamp 
Taoti’s Drupal bootcamp will run all day Friday. Get real-world training for Drupal site managers from the pros! Find out more about Taoti Drupal Boot camp!

Blackstone Drupal Ladder
Blackstone will lead a Drupal Ladder training on Thursday! Sign up for lessons & materials on learning about & contributing to Drupal. There are still spaces left, sign up for Part 1 & Part 2 today!

We are THRILLED to announce our final keynotes for Drupal Government Days and Capital Camp 2014.

On Thursday afternoon, join us to hear about the amazing way Darrell Hurt, Ph.D., Section Head, Computational Biology,Bioinformatics and Computational Biosciences Branch (BCBB)
is using Drupal with 3D printing!

Then, on Friday morning, wake up and hear about how Drupal, community and entrepreneurship works for the Acquia founding Director, and CEO Tom Erickson.

We are excited to share the awesome session lineup we have selected this year! Check out accepted sessions and register to grab a seat! Registration is free, but space is limited! Register today!!

We are thrilled to welcome Zack Rosen and Karen Gillett Britton as CapitalCamp and Gov Days' keynote speakers this year!

Karen Britton comes to us from the government side of IT. In July 2009, Ms. Britton joined the Office of Administration, Executive Office of the President as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO). She transformed the EOP’s Information Technology (IT) workforce, stood up branches devoted to rapid application development and project management, and implemented quarterly governance reviews of the Office of the CIO’s performance metrics.In December 2012, Ms. Britton was commissioned Special Assistant to the President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) in the Office of Administration at the Executive Office of the President (EOP). We are honored to have Karen at our event and look forward to her insight as a woman in tech working in the Office of Administration at the Executive Office of the President.

Thanks for all the great submissions.

We will review the submissions and notify speakers this weekend for sessions selected for the event.

The full schedule will be posted by July 10th, pending speaker notification.

We are now accepting submissions for a session at Capital Camp and Gov Days. Submissions will be accepted through June 30, 2014.

  1. Register first.
  2. If you've already registered, login (upper right)
  3. Now you're ready to submit a session
  4. Add your session title
  5. Add any other speakers
  6. Provide a short session description
  7. Indicate the experience level your session is aimed at (N/A, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
  8. Choose a track

Please submit your session idea including a brief summary of your session, and what skill/knowledge the attendee will gain from your session. We accept presentations geared to any level of experience. You will be asked to specify your audience--beginner, intermediate or advanced--when you submit your proposal.