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Busy Developer's May in Bucharest - DrupalCamp and Yahoo! Open Hack Europe

Gabriel Dragomir

Busy Developer's May in Bucharest

Two major events aimed at developers will take place in Bucharest in May 2011 within a week. Drupalcamp Bucharest 2011 is scheduled on 7th and 8th of May. The weekend after features a first class event: Yahoo! Open Hack Europe 2011 will be organized by Yahoo Developer Network on 14th and 15th of May.

Drupalcamp Bucharest 2011 | May 7-8, Student's Culture House, Bucharest, Romania

The last edition was held in Timisoara in 2010, and was joined by 170 developers from countries. We enjoyed 2 days of Drupal presentations focused on development, design and showcases.

Why should you come?

Drupalcamp Bucharest will mashup lots of sessions, keynotes, Bird-of-a-Feather talks, codesprints and social networking events.


Drupal Romania Association currently organizes its second major event: Drupalcamp Bucharest 2011, taking place during 7th and 8th of May, 2011.

Getting there

Bucharest is the capital city, cultural, industrial, and financial center of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania, located in the southeast of the country and access from all EU countries and from neighbor countries as well.

Getting there by plane, by car, by train.

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Due to some technical aspects we were forced, in the last minute, to change the location of the conference.

The new location is:

    SNSPA: The National School of Political Studies and Public Administration
    Povernei Street, no. 6-8
    Bucharest, District 1

We apologize for any inconvenience related to this plan change. If you encounter problem finding or moving to the new location phone us:


The 500-year-old city of Bucharest , with a population of 2,100,000, was once touted as "Small Paris". Bucharest today, like any large capital, is a bustling modern metropolis full of life and diversity. Boasting a rich and full history, Bucharest offers attractive opportunities to enjoy and explore.

Much of Bucharest’s past can be seen along Calea Victoriei and Piața Victoriei and the streets leading from them. Some of the points of interest on Calea Victoriei are: the National Museum of History, The Romanian Athenaeum and The Royal Palace known also as The National Art Museum, George Enescu Palace and The Museum of Art Collections.
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