Frequently Asked Questions
Drupal is an open-source content management system (CMS) written in the PHP programming language. Drupal provides a robust platform for publishing a wide variety of content on the web, and is used through government, publishing, commercial and non-profit organizations around the world. The Drupal community is incredibly strong and active. Learn more about Drupal and what contributors are doing at Drupal.org.
A DrupalCamp is a conference that brings together the local Drupal community for two days of learning, sprints, and collaboration.
In Washington, DC alone there are many large institutions using Drupal, including the White House, the House of Representatives, the Small Business Administration, the Department of Education, and the Department of Energy to name a few.
Last year we had more than 350 participants at CapitalCamp and this year we are expecting more than 400. Space is limited so registration will be limited to 450 attendees.
Registration is $20 for attendees, which includes lunch for attendees on both days.
Your best bet for getting to CapitalCamp is taking the Metro and getting off at the Foggy Bottom Station. The Marvin Center is located a few blocks away from the metro station and parking in the area can be difficult.