Friday morning we piled in the truck to make the three-hour drive.
Half way to Dallas we stopped for kolaches at the famed Czech Stop in West, Texas.
We arrived in time to sit in on the first sessions of the day and were quickly reminded why Drupal Camps are special. Their intimate settings offer attendees a more personalized experience highlighted by accessible presenters, conversational Q&A, and knowledgeable group discussion.
At the end of day one we set out to paint the town with a little help from new friends. It began with world-famous barbeque at the Pecan Lodge, ended with a portrait from a high-tech street photographer, and sometime in between involved Jenga, billiards, and a local art festival.
Oh and let's not forget the giant ice cream cone selling ice cream cones, or the bacon and eggs dining furniture.
Day two was chock full of great sessions including two that received high marks from our team.
And Entities 101: Understanding Data Structures in Drupal by Ron Northcutt explained the different data structures in Drupal, how they work, and when to use them.
TexasCamp 2016 came to an end Saturday evening, punctuated by the Amazee-Labs-Austin-sponsored afterparty.
Drinking, swapping swag, networking, and a little table tennis kept everyone happy until they turned out the lights on a very enlightening weekend.
Until next time, Dallas —