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“Truth and Dare” was the official theme of this years’ TEDActive conference – I think this was slightly revamped into “compassion” during the conference. If there was one single topic we’ve heard all the way through and pretty much in every session it was this.
For the third time, Drupalcamp London warmly welcomed passionate drupalistas who flew in from all over the world to do Drupal, talk Drupal and live even more Drupal.
If you’re part of the Drupal Community, it’s likely you’re inundated with calls for session submissions and reminders to get your proposal in tonight by midnight, LA time (UTC-8).
It is awesome to be here! Everything was well prepared and we were very warmly welcomed.
Yesterday Gregory, Victor and myself had the pleasure to attend Cape Town's first Drupal meetup in 2015. What a bunch of cool people! First we had Johan Dubois from the Western Cape Government sharing his insights on how to win government tenders, followed by our own Victor Künzig bringing some Swiss Case studies to the Cape. We left the event with a bunch of new colleagues and lots of inspiration. Thanks to Jason from Robboto for organizing the event.
On the weekend of 17. & 18.01.2015, dozens of Drupal contribution sprints will be taking place across the globe. Amazee Labs invites all of you interested in learning, hacking and improving Drupal to join us for two days of pure sprinting at our offices in Zurich.
- Date: 17. & 18.01.2015
- Time: 9:00 a.m. - open end
- Location: Amazee Labs, Förrlibuckstrasse 30, 8005 Zürich
- Food & Drink: provided
- Registration: RSVP here
We have some exciting things and news coming up. Here's a little heads up of what's currently cooking here.
This past weekend I had a fun and constructive time at DrupalCamp Ghent in Belgium. The Belgian community put together a great event and there were many attendees and sessions to see.
Amongst all of the frites, ribs and waffles there were a lot of achievements made during the weekend, for myself, for frontend and at the sprints.