Everyone has a routine. For some, it’s their morning coffee, for others it’s going to the gym after work. For me, it’s heading to Mangia Pizza every Thursday from 7pm-9pm, for the last 6 years. Why do I do this? Because the Austin Drupal Dojo meets every Thursday, and we have a great crowd!
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Last week, Sebastian and I attended Drupal Developer Days in Milan. An international group of 400 people gathered for a full-week conference in Italy to work and talk about Drupal 8.
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Everybody who ever had to keep a website secure knows how hard this is: Almost every day there are updates for all the different services that run your website; starting from the Linux Kernel, to the web server, and the content management system, in our case Drupal, itself.
Jeder, der irgendwann einmal für die Sicherheit einer Website zuständig war oder ist weiss, wie schwierig und aufwendig diese Aufgabe ist. Es erscheinen fast täglich Security Updates für alle Services, welche die Website nutzt: das beginnt beim Linux Kernel, geht weiter mit dem Web Server bis hin zum Content Management System selbst, in unserem Fall Drupal.
The first official DrupalCon in Mumbai, India brought together more than 1000 attendees - from not only India, but from allover the world. Nine communities from across India partnered with the Drupal Association to make this event a special experience for everyone involved.
This is part two of my blog post series about DrupalCon Asia. Jump back to part one for my general impressions from India or read one of the various other blog posts describing DrupalCon Asia. I’d like to highlight some of the communities that were represented and involved in making DrupalCon Asia a success in this post.
DrupalCon Asia was an impressive and very successful event, bringing together more than 1000 Drupalistas from India, Asia and the entire world.
This conference was special in many ways. The spirits of the various Indian Drupal communities definitely had a huge impact on how outside visitors, like myself, perceived the whole conference. It was great to see so many people from all over India and beyond gather for 4 days of sessions, sprinting, BoFs and more.
This week you have a chance to vote twice for Schnitzel!
DrupalCon New Orleans may still seem far, far away in the distant future — but it’s not! — and the deadline for session submissions is quickly approaching! February 29th will be here in one short week. Can you believe it?
For the third time DrupalCamp Vienna brought together people interested in Drupal and related web technologies for a 5-day conference. With 2 days of sessions, an official sprint day and two extended sprint days it was a great opportunity to learn from and share knowledge with each other. It was my pleasure to not only be part of the conference but also of the team who organised it.