John Albin, Nick Schuch, Cameron Zemek, Lee Rowlands, Jason Coghlan and Donna Benjamin all selected to present at DrupalCon, Amsterdam 2014.
An event widely known for pulling the biggest and most influential names in Drupal from around the world, DrupalCon is next set to take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 29 Sept - 5 Oct 2014.
Creating the framework for more intensive collaboration between some of the key players in the Drupal community, DrupalCon is at the core of the Drupal experience and as Supporting Partners of the Drupal Association, PreviousNext are are committed to having our team involved on a global scale. As thousands of Drupal experts and enthusiasts convene at the RAI, Amsterdam, in celebration of Drupal and the transition to Drupal 8, PreviousNext are excited that we will once again be represented by a number of team members who have been selected to present at this year’s conference.
The selected sessions include:
- Front-End Developer, John Albin Wilkins: ‘Managing Complex Projects with Design Components’
- Developers Nick Schuch, Cameron Zemek & Lee Rowlands: ‘The Future of Drupal Functional Testing’
- Client Services Director, Jason Coghlan: ‘The Myth of the Meerkat: Organising Self-Organising Teams’
- Community Engagement & Client Services Manager, Donna Benjamin: ‘Constructive Conflict Resolution’
Prolific Drupal 8 contributor, Jibran Ijaz, will also be attending his first ever DrupalCon with the PreviousNext team!
The PreviousNext team will be attending the full week of sessions and pre-conference code sprints so if you’d like to meet up in Amsterdam, connect on Twitter @JohnAlbin, @wesome1989 (Nick Schuch), @grom358 (Cameron Zemek), @jasoncoghlan, @JibranIjaz and @kattekrab (Donna Benjamin).