Third day of DrupalCon and the second day of the sessions was packed with awesome talks and interesting encounters at our Café Amazee booth.
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At the 35th Social Media Gipfel we talked about communication on different (social media) channels and which challenges may or may not arise.
Beautiful weather, a great venue and two days packed with inspiring talks - that was Frontend Conf 2016.
Last week the Cape Town Drupal community gathered for the monthly meetup and to hear our own Nelly Moseki talk about Paragraphs.
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!
Have you ever watched a movie and felt like you were actually there? The new virtual reality technologies take this feeling a (huge) step further. Companies are beginning to pick up on this and use this technology, especially 360° videos, for marketing. We’ve had two experts sharing their experience with 360° video projects for their organizations.
About a week ago, 1,024 people were probably quite excited packing for what would be a not-to-be-forgotten event: their first ever DrupalCon. Some would be flying to New Orleans from as far away as Australia, some driving 8+ hours, some travelling with their co-workers, some by themselves. I bet most shared the same goal I had: to learn as much as possible. And I bet all of them discovered that while learning is important, DrupalCons are really about the people.
Der Social Media Gipfel (aka #SMGZH) tanzt für einmal aus der Reihe. Im Rahmen der Informatiktage 2016 veranstalten wir einen Spezial-Gipfel für Langschläfer. Teenager erklären uns, wie sie die sozialen Medien (Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat und Whatsapp; die Auswahl ist gross!) nutzen und welches Tool gerade hip ist. Ein Einblick, wie man ihn so schnell nicht wieder bekommt: Die Teenager nehmen uns mit in ihren Online-Alltag.
Over 3,100 people attended DrupalCon New Orleans last week, a successful event by any measure. I spent some time talking with a few attendees in an attempt to tell a collective story through the accounts of a few. This is Humans of DrupalCon: New Orleans.
DrupalCon New Orleans marks my 7th DrupalCon — the third as a member of the program team. Having been to many of these throughout the years, the cons continue to provide vast opportunity for professional inspiration and connections with exceptional people. They're also exhaustively fun and a great way to travel.