Some people call it spring, but obviously they're not coders. Twin Cities Drupal Camp is just starting up and runs through the weekend. This is always a great camp, and has a lot of Drupal heavy-hitters. You're bound to learn a lot (and my heart is broken that I cannot cross the river to go to it this year due to a bunch of other commitments).
Even nearer to our hearts over here in the land of cheese is Drupal Camp Wisconsin - which this year is going to be a little later than normal (August 7 and 8), but will be in the stunning new Madison Public Library. I just opened up session proposals on the site, so if you're interested in coming to Madison, WI for some Drupal goodness, come register for the free Drupal Camp WIsconsin, and sign up to present. This is a lower key sort of camp than a lot, and will feel more familiar to those who remember Drupal camps from a few years back. But great fun, and this year it will be downtown right next to lots of great Madison places for food, spirits, and relaxation.
Lastly is the ever-wonderful Drupalcorn in Iowa. I'm actually planning on going this year and have put in a couple of session proposals. You should go too, since there's no such thing as too much Drupal conversation. July 30-Aug. 2 in Cedar Falls Iowa. Don't miss the Powerpoint Karaoke, where hapless souls get to do Powerpoint presentations based on random selections of slides. Heck, that's what most of my presentations look like anyway, so I should be GREAT at that.
See you all at the various spring and summer Drupal activities in fly-over land.