Drupal Europe will be taking place soon – different organization, different structure, same great community. There are a few things you need to know about this year’s edition of Europe’s largest Drupal conference, so let me tell you about them. But before I start, your case studies, as always, are more than welcome!
Social Media Week Austin, held in February earlier this year, is a three-day conference which promotes discussion and knowledge sharing among professionals in the fields of social media and digital marketing.
Hosted in downtown Austin, Texas, the attendees were mostly local, a group of professionals that skewed mostly young and female. And boy, were they passionate. As I watched people take thorough notes and spent time lined up outside the smaller rooms to get into a session they wanted, I knew this was my kind of conference.
For its second year, Team Austin is helping organize Texas Camp, the state’s largest annual Drupal gathering.
Texas Camp is three glorious days of Drupal, non-Drupal, and some of the finest folks around. We’re growing this camp to be as fun as it is educational, so both the left and right side brains get some stimulation.
Taking on a leadership position can be a very rewarding but also draining experience. I’d like to share some of the exciting things that stood out to me at DrupalCon in terms of leadership. In the last few years, I was able to take on a number of different leadership positions such as CTO at Amazee Labs, running the #d8rules initiative or co-organizing camps in Austria and Switzerland. To me, it’s a deeply satisfying experience to be part of a team that works towards a common goal and see myself being able to help drive us to be successful. At the same time, leadership always felt very difficult to me. Why wasn’t I able to take decisions effectively? Why wouldn’t others follow my advice as I wanted them to?
Looking up to other leaders at work and in our community is really valuable to me. It allows me to feel inspired, keep improving, and relate my own struggle to the struggles of others. I’d like to share an overview of the things that inspired me during this DrupalCon Nashville.
Together with Zürich Tourism, Amazee Labs won bronze in the “Marketing” category at this year’s Best of Swiss Web Awards.
It was a deceptively warm and dry Monday in Portland on the first day of DrupalCon. It was the first DrupalCon Kristy had attended, and the event that would change her life, FOREVER. Walking toward the hotel bar to meet her co-workers, she catches a glimpse of a handsome young gentlemen drinking alone on a very large empty table. Kristy, persuading her team to mix and mingle, moves the team to the gentleman’s open table.
Another Drupalcon means another Driesnote. This year, as always, Dries gives us insights into Drupal's past, present, and future. The whole thing was recorded and you should check it out for yourself but until it gets published, here’s a short recap.
The words “community” and “culture” get thrown around a lot, but I can’t describe my experiences at Amazee Labs, and here at DrupalCon Nashville, without them.
Denver, Munich, Sydney, Portland, Prague, Austin, Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Barcelona, New Orleans, Baltimore, and now Nashville. I’m running out of room on my fridge for all my city magnets.
We recently relaunched the updated front-end for Zürich Tourismus. In this blog post, I want to highlight some user experience improvements that we added to the existing Drupal 7 website using React. Enter the Zuerich.com filter pages.