The Social Media Gipfel went places on November 4, 2015 - from Zurich to Bern and to the US! Technically spoken we went abroad as we hosted the event on American ground, as the US Embassy is, well, US ground.
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This last weekend I got to spend four glorious sun-drenched days with Drupal friends from around the world. From October 22-25 we gathered at BADcamp at Berkeley University campus to geek out about the thing we love most: food.
Even though DrupalCon (officially it's @DrupalConEur) officially only starts on Tuesday, we've already been busy at the Con on Monday. There are lots and lots of things to do on Mondays at a DrupalCon. Business Summit, Sprints and for me, setting up our booth.
With more than 100 Drupalistas joining Cape Town’s latest DrupalCamp there was a buzz that probably silenced the loudest beehive.
2 days, 320 attendees, 24 presentations, 2 tracks - that was the Frontend Conference Zurich 2015. The conference took place from the 27th - 28th of August at the University of Zurich.
This years' Frontend Conf Zurich is only one day away. After four sucsessful events in the last four years #frontendconfch is back.
The food was gone, the glasses were empty and the party lights were out. All that was left last Friday morning was a light smell of cheese. The #AmazeeParty is over, time to do a recap and share "the pictures of that night".
Our team just came back from DrupalCon Los Angeles, but this does not mean that we are not already working hard on getting parts of DrupalCon Barcelona sorted.
You’ll find plenty of blog posts recapping the last day of DrupalCon Los Angeles, I’ll let you find those and read about it. I thought I’d take a different approach, and reflect on the past few days through the eyes of people that make this big wheel turn, people in the Drupal community.