Fully recharged and back in Zurich, let’s recap what happened at DrupalCon Vienna; a week filled with exciting sessions, motivating BoFs (Birds of a Feather) and entertaining social evenings.
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At the end of a great month of cycling, a great week of summits, pieces of training, keynotes and more at #DrupalConEUR, the last and final day of this week-long conference was all about sprinting. Let me share my wrap-up of the DrupalCon’s Friday sprints in this blog post.
#DrupalConEur is 3 days of talks surrounded by a day of summits and a day of collaboration sprints. Thursday was the 3rd and final day of presentations.
Vienna is my first #DrupalConEUR and due to family obligations, I could only attend 1.5 days out of the full week of events, so I made the most of my time. Here’s a quick recap.
The people have arrived from all around the world. The booths have been set up. #DrupalConEUR 2017 - It has begun!
This is my wrap up of, Monday September 25, the day before #DrupalConEUR started. DrupalCon officially starts tomorrow, and even without sessions, the Amazee Team’s day was really busy!
In a bit less than a week's time of writing this post, I’ll be packing my bag and getting ready to fly from Edinburgh to Vienna for the annual DrupalCon event.
After successfully creating a field with arguments and context, we are going to have a look at types and interfaces in GraphQL and how they help to build complex, yet self-documenting and type safe schemas.
As per the extreme version of Tour de Drupal, my plan is to cycle from Switzerland to DrupalCon Vienna by crossing the Alps 6 times. The tour will take me over some of the most challenging Alp passes using my road cycle.