Thursday, July 30
Hands on Drupal training with experts. If you are looking to dive into Drupal, please join a training session. Levels are from Beginner to Advanced.
Friday, July 31
The main event. Sessions and tracks for different skill levels and interests. Keynote by Christine Perfetti. Birds of a Feather (BoF) discussions for like-minded attendees. Stay after the sessions for the social for some food, drinks, and games!
Saturday, August 1
The main event. Sessions and tracks for different skill levels and interests. Keynote by Cathy Theys. Birds of a Feather (BoF) discussions for like-minded attendees.
Sunday, August 2
Collaborative coding on a Drupal module. Look for more details to come soon!
Christine Perfetti is Founding Principal of Perfetti Media, a Boston-based research, consulting and training firm specializing in design, UX research, and product strategy. For more than a decade, she has taught hundreds of teams and consulted with dozens of clients on product strategy and user experience techniques.
Before launching Perfetti Media, led User Experience teams at Acquia and Carbonite and was Vice President & Managing Director at User Interface Engineering.
Christine has been a top-rated presenter at Webstock New Zealand, the Information Architecture Summit, the User Interface Conference, the Internet Marketing Conference, and the User Experience Professionals' Association (UXPA) Conference. She has also taught Human Factors at the Tufts University Gordon Institute for Engineering Management.
Cathy Theys, YesCT, works as the Drupal Community Liaison for BlackMesh. She is a Drupal 8 Core contributor and mentor in the Drupal Community.
Cathy is an enthusiastic supporter of the Drupal community and is very active in planning, organizing, and attending sprints. Her support of Drupal commuity activities, including sprints, has helped introduce many new users to the Drupal community.
Her keynote, Mentoring effects on the entire community, will demonstrate how changes in limited official mentoring events can have ripple effects through the whole community.