DrupalCamp NYC 10 was one of the best Drupal camps I've ever attended. With around 400 attendees, it was definitely the biggest. Somehow, it still had the intimate feel of a camp and there were lots of opportunities for conversations and networking, both during the day and at the after party.
By scheduling ten sessions during each time slot, the organizers allowed more people the opportunity to speak, ensured that there was always something for everyone, and gave sessions an intimate, bof-like feel. We really appreciated the many high-quality sessions in the dedicated track for sysadmin and performance topics, with Nathan Goulding's Chef session and Mark Sonnabaum's XHProf session stimulating a lively discussion during the long drive back to Montreal.
Julia and I had the opportunity to present sessions at the camp:
How to tell Views about your mongooses
Julia Evans presented a Views session about displaying custom data in Drupal using Views. She'll be doing a write-up soon to go along with the presentation.
Multilingual Site Building with Drupal 7
I did a session on Multilingual Site Building with Drupal 7, preparing for the DrupalCon Denver session that I'm co-presenting in March. For more background, you can read my blog post about Drupal 7 content translation options.
The camp also featured one time slot for guided conversations (aka Birds of a Feather sessions) led by expert Drupalers who had presented throughout the day. These provided a place for Q&A amongst those with common interests. Setting aside a dedicated time slot ensured that there was a high level of participation.
A huge thanks to the organizers who put so much time and energy into planning the event. You guys made it look easy and fun! We're looking forward to heading back down to the tri-state area for Drupal Camp New Jersey in February.