Connecting with our professional community is important to us, which is why you’ll often catch us at conferences and networking events. Meeting industry leaders energizes and inspires us to adopt both practical and cutting-edge solutions.
Conferences & Networking Events We Attend
Connecting with our professional community is important to us, which is why you’ll often catch us at conferences and networking events. Meeting industry leaders energizes and inspires us to adopt practical and cutting-edge solutions.
Sponsor: 2014-2018, Presenter: 2014-2016. 2018
Drupal GovCon, formerly Capital Camp and Gov Days, is a combined event for open source government, contractor and private sector communities. The conference offers trainings, keynotes and sessions covering a variety of tracks.
As the Triangle Chapter of the American Marketing Association, AMA Triangle advances North Carolina's Triangle and Eastern North Carolina marketing community through engaging, exchanging, and expanding. For over 20 years AMA Triangle has offered marketing professionals the opportunity to grow through professional development, training, peer marketing, and networking events.
Drupalcamp Atlanta is a community sharing and training event for Drupal, an open-source CMS. The event brings together business leaders, technology strategists, designers, developers, and Drupal beginners to learn how to use Drupal to power solutions to their Web and business needs.
For over 13 years the Bay Area Drupal Camp has gathered thousands from a worldwide community of Drupal users, developers, marketers and content specialists to share their expertise, level up their skills, and make new friends in the intellectual and cultural heart of the Bay Area.
Hosted by the Triangle Chapter of the American Marketing Association, since 2013 High Five has brought together marketers, creatives, entrepreneurs, and dreamers for an action-packed three days of inspiration, learning and fun.
Downtown Techies partners with local influencers to bring technology professionals working and/or living in downtown Raleigh together through networking events and activities. Their networking events are an opportunity for technology professionals to learn more about the local start-up industry, discover Raleigh’s tech scene, and to engage with like-minded individuals.
All Things Open, often referred to as “ATO”, holds an annual technology conference focused on the tools, processes, and people making open source software possible. The organization holds a monthly Meetup for tech enthusiasts and decision-makers of all types and experience levels to examine topics and technologies in the open source/tech/web space.
TriDug connects Drupal users in the Triangle to broaden the skills of new Drupal developers and grow the knowledge of experienced developers. The group seeks to widen exposure of Drupal and it's capabilities to the large technical community within the Research Triangle.
Sponsor: 2008–2013, Presenter: 2007–2011
BarCamp is an international network of user-generated conferences whose content is provided by participants. BarCampRDU started in 2006 and focuses on Internet and technology based interests.
Established in 1955, Association Executives of North Carolina provides its members high quality professional development and networking opportunities, and fosters recognition and respect for the association management profession.
NCTech4Good is the regional network for sharing knowledge about technologies that can advance the mission of nonprofit organizations. This sharing occurs during monthly meetings, as well as annual conferences.
The Charlotte Drupal Drive-In is a one day, un-conference-style event with talks geared toward Drupal and related web technologies. Attendees are given the opportunity to pitch ideas for sessions, and the day's schedule is driven by attendee-voted sessions.
The Center enriches North Carolina's communities and economy through a strong nonprofit sector and nonprofit voice. The Center helps all nonprofits achieve their missions by offering their board and staff a range of services to increase their knowledge and improve their organizational capacity to be results-oriented, collaborative, adaptive, sustainable, ethical, and in legal compliance.
Designed to bring together the various sub-commmunities that are linked by the PHP programming language. Drupal, WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, Laravel, Zend Framework, Symfony, and CakePHP all have strong independent communities, but together as the PHP community, the sum is greater than the whole.
The Nonprofit Technology Network is a membership organization comprised of a community of nonprofit technology professionals. NTEN facilitates knowledge sharing to best connect members to technology, thereby allowing nonprofits to work with greater social impact. For more information, visit