The second Brazilian DrupalCamp took place the last weekend at the University of Campinas.
There were introductory sessions ("Dru... what?!") as well module development sessions. Nick Vidal, a KDI-winner, presented his ISS project, whereas our very own Lourenzo showed how to use stuff like Drush and Coder module; Rafael Silva gave an four-hours long lecture in the afternoon presenting Drupal to newcomers and MTV Brasil showed how they got 300 websites running in very short term.
Moreover, a true unconference happened, with people sharing interesting stuff such as OpenAtrium, Features, Zen, Aegir among other exiting stuff.
We're happy to see that the local community has shown a great interest in Drupal, expressed in tweets! http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23dcbr