Kansas City Drupal Flyover Camp 2020

43 people attending

Welcome! We are a Drupal camp organized in the heart of the midwest, Kansas City.

Flyover Camp is an event for technologists, designers, creatives, business leaders, and anyone who uses Drupal or supports Drupal in any capacity. We welcome all skill levels, from the beginner learning how to configure a Drupal site, to veteran thought leaders and community contributors.

Our COVID-19 Response - Because of the ongoing global pandemic we are changing Flyover Camp to a free two day virtual event, September 17 - 18. We feel this is the safest way for everyone to continue sharing knowledge and collaborating with our Drupal community. 

What to Expect

  • Keynote - by our featured speaker Heather Physioc on Interdisciplinarity: Lessons From Building a Cross-Functional Powerhouse.
  • Sessions - by you! We want to hear your ideas. Submit your talk now.
  • BoF (Birds of a Feather) breakouts - interactive time to bounce ideas off of your like-minded Drupalists.
  • Networking - don't you miss those hallway conversations? We'll be using a nifty feature to randomly match you to a fellow attendee to spark up a conversation.
  • Sponsor meet-and-greet - you can still virtually "walk up" to our sponsor booths and learn more about what they do.
  • Contribution time - but why wait until camp only? Learn how you can contribute to the Drupal community today.
  • Social gatherings - unwinding by taking game night online, more information to come.

Tickets are free! Please let us know you're coming. Register on the top right.

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Keynote - Interdisciplinarity: Lessons From Building a Cross-Functional Powerhouse by Featured Speaker Heather Physioc


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Kansas City Drupal User Group

We bring together and support Drupal enthusiasts across the greater Kansas City metro area