Thursday started well, as I was past the stress of giving a talk in front of a room full of people. I barely made it to the keynote, but got there just in time to see the two community keynotes, by David Rozas and Mike Bell.
It’s Wednesday which is awesome because I had my talk delivered (please find all the resources here) yesterday and I dont need to get up as early as on the first day of the conference.
Tuesday is a very special day at any DrupalCon. This is the day when the conference officially starts. But also Tuesday is the day after the first meetings, greetings and parties with the community.
No matter how difficult it can be for one to get up early, you don’t want to miss the Prenote. It is just awesome. This time we learned the most important phrases in Catalan, enjoyed an excurse into Spanish architecture and learned, what it has in common with Drupal 8.
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.
Say hello to the latest member of our Amazee family – Steffi. She joins our team as an addition to our project management power!
I have a confession to make: I love contributing to Drupal. I have been asked why I give up so much of my time and energy towards contributing, so here I am to explain.
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.