We are excited to announce the CiviCRM conference in Brussels in February 2018!
Following the user conference, there will be a non-residential 4-day sprint for contributors.
It will be held in the center of Brussels from Tuesday 6 February till Friday 9 February. It is an opportunity to help push the CiviCRM project forward: add new functionality, fix bugs, improve marketing materials, document new features, interact with core team members and fellow CiviCRM-developers... and enjoy the capital of Europe.
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CiviCamp Is coming to Hartford! This inaugural event is taking place on Monday, October 2nd at the beautiful and iconic Connecticut Science Center on the Connecticut River in Hartford, CT.
Presented by Greenleaf Advancement, Kilakwa Associates, Everyday Democracy, and Tadpole Collective, this low-cost, one day event will be targeted to existing CiviCRM users as well as nonprofit professionals interested in exploring Civi. There will be two concurrent tracks divided roughly between evaluators, and users & administrators. We will be presenting case studies, and have sessions by presenters exploring additional topics like prospect research and payment processors, so you can learn how CiviCRM fits into the fabric of a nonprofit organization. This event will focus on how Civi is used to get things done in an...Read more
CiviCamp Montreal is a one-day event to discover CiviCRM, learn new tricks and share your experiences. The event will feature two tracks of sessions with a wide array of topics, from beginner to power-user, including a special focus on requirements for organisations North of the border, such as Canadian payment processors, event/membership taxes, tax receipts and translation. Register now, we will close the event once we reach the room's capacity.
CiviCamp will be followed by a 3 day code sprint where developers work together in person to improve CiviCRM in areas such as Drupal 8 support, Canadian taxes, translation, community management, documentation and much more. Are you a developer new to CiviCRM? Sprints are a great way to get started. There's also plenty of work for non-programmers, including testing, documentation and translation. The...Read more
CiviCamp 2017, formerly known as CiviDay, took place in Denver on February 22. This is a casual gathering that is organized by CiviCRM experts to create a forum to discuss, discover and evaluate topics related to CiviCRM in a relaxed and candid atmosphere. Denver's CiviCamp, organized and hosted by Cividesk, offered a one-day fast track to learning about CiviCRM and improving overall user skills. The event had a great turnout and was an overall success. In addition, this CiviCamp boasted the presence of CiviCRM Core Team members Joshua Gowans, Project Manager and Coleman Watts, Product Manager. Denver was privileged to have them as part of this annual gathering where they offered first-hand expertise and insight from the ground level of CiviCRM.
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Considering CiviCRM for your organization? New to CiviCRM and in need of some tips? Experienced with CiviCRM and ready for advanced instruction?
Then join us for CiviCamp Denver 2017! There is something for everyone and it's a great opportunity to plug in and network with this outstanding open-source community.
CiviCamp is a casual, locally-organized one day event covering everything related to CiviCRM. Attend CiviCamp and learn about CiviCRM and what it can do for your organization, meet other CiviCRM users and gather their feedback, ask any questions you might have, share tips and build connections!
CiviCRM is back in Denver for a mile-high CiviCamp intended for new and current users of CiviCRM. Attend our morning sessions to learn about what is CiviCRM, take part in the afternoon training sessions to hone your skills or...Read more
You are invited to the first CiviCamp in the UK, brought to you in Manchester, the “uncrowned capital of the north”! Firstly, for those not familiar with the term, what is a CiviCamp? It’s a bit like a CiviCon, the annual conference for CiviCRM, where people gather for workshops and networking, to get a better idea of what CiviCRM is capable of and how to implement it more effectively in their own workplace.
This CiviCamp is mainly focused at users and those who are exploring CiviCRM to implement, but we also welcome implementers and developers to come and share their knowledge with others, and to pick up ideas from the community.
We already have some confirmed workshops, including: Introduction to CiviCRM, Using CiviEvents to manage training, Data Protection for the Third Sector, CiviHR, Open Data, CiviCRM and SMS, and the CiviBooking Extensions.
There will also be time to bring your own issues and questions in our ‘Birds of a Feather’ sessions to explore...Read more