Capital Camp and Gov Days 2014 is Jul 30th-Aug 1st at the National Institutes of Health. Aten is helping sponsor, and we have two sessions. Come join us!
Aten is proud to host the Camp's Saturday Night Party. Bike, walk or drive to Forest Room 5 to kick off a night of fun and conversation in LoHi.
Design4Drupal 2014 is almost here, and Aten couldn't be more excited. This year, along with being the Design Partner for the event, members of Aten's Design & UX team will be presenting four different sessions.
This year's Design4Drupal (August 1-3) has been structured to give each day a specific focus. Friday kicks things off with a business summit, Saturday is chock full of sessions and Sunday wraps things up with sprints and trainings. Make sure you catch as many of Aten's sessions on Saturday as you can:
DrupalCamp Colorado is right around the corner. It starts off with a full day of trainings and workshops on Friday, August 1st. Two days of sessions follow on Saturday and Sunday.
Aten is proud to help support Stanford Drupal Camp 2014 again this year. The Camp features introductory content on Friday for those interested in seeing Drupal's potential in action at Stanford. Saturday packs in more in-depth content for a more experienced Drupal audience.
The annual New York City Drupal Camp (NYC Camp, pronounce "Nice" Camp) will be held at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, April 10th-13th. We are excited to announce that Aten is the supporting partner for Friday's Nonprofit / NGO Summit, headlined by Holly Ross, the Executive Director of the Drupal Association.
Every year, the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) hosts the NTC conference. This year Aten is excited to be a sponsor of the pre-con Drupal Day and exhibiting at the main event. Aten's OpenAid lead, Clayton Dewey will be presenting at 1:00 pm on Drupal Distributions and how they can jumpstart your Drupal project.
DrupalCon Austin is fast approaching. There are already a huge number of session submissions (152 at my last count!) but there's always room for more. We're fortunate to have four folks from the Aten team helping with session selection. Here's what they're hoping to see from each of their tracks:
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