Attending Drupal Events grows our community
In my last blog post about Talking about Advanced Webforms and Showing Code, I mentioned my presentation needed work and I needed practice. At DrupalCamp Atlanta, I was able to do just that. I delivered my ‘Advanced Webform‘ presentation and received some very valuable constructive criticism on how to simplify and improve my slide deck from Michael Anello (ultimike).
At DrupalCamps I enjoy presenting and sharing my passion for the Webform module with the Drupal community. I also value hearing and seeing what other people are doing with Drupal. In Atlanta, listening to Jesus Manuel Olivas (jmolivas) passionately talking about using GatsbyJS with Headless Drupal was inspiring plus I want to mention that this approach represents a huge paradigm shift for all enterprise content management systems. Besides hearing about the latest and greatest technologies at DrupalCamp Atlanta, I also learned how much work it is to organize a DrupalCamp.
The organizers of DrupalCamp Atlanta did a fantastic job. Kaleem Clarkson (kclarkson), one of the camp’s organizers, posted a call to action for organizations using Drupal to sponsor an event
Sponsoring an event
Kaleem’s post titled, Sponsoring a DrupalCamp is Not About the Return on Investment (ROI), reminds everyone of the importance and value of sponsoring a camp. He also…Read More