15 sessions you won’t want to miss at BADCamp 2016

BADCampCivicActions is excited to both attend and sponsor the 10th year of BADCamp!

We’re headed out tomorrow to get our booth set up and can’t wait to meet and mingle with all the wonderful people who are drawn to this event. We are constantly struck by the dedication, creativity, and passion of the people who make up the Drupal community.

We’re going to be on the lookout for talented new friends, because CivicActions is hiring! Come and find us at our booth to talk shop or get a free chair massage.

Here are some not-to-be-missed sessions, two of them given by our own CivicActions teammates!

Kristian Ducharme will give a developer’s perspective on transitioning from Drupal 7 by utilizing Drupal 8’s powerful custom entities in his talk BFFs 4eva: Drupal 8 and Custom Databases.

Heather Rodriguez is moderator and organizer of Frontend Summit, which will include topics of Drupal 8 theming, component-driven design and development, integrating style guides into your Drupal theme, optimizing front-end performance, Headless Drupal, Fonts, SVGs and more!

A few more sessions you’ll want to catch (so many good ones this year!)

Looking forward to seeing you all there! Don’t forget to stop by our booth to get a free massage and find out more about CivicActions.

2017-03-31T06:19:53+00:00 Categories: Drupal, Events|Tags: |

About the Author:

Melinda is a freelance writer who joined the CivicActions team in 2015 to assist with content needs on a part time basis. She loves using storytelling and communication skills to highlight the value of civic tech in the lives of citizens, and bring to life the processes and tools that organizations use to make the world a better place.

Prior to joining CivicActions, Melinda wrote for a variety of clients in the civic tech space, including DotGov (providing mobile apps to governments) and Urban Interactive Studio (providing outreach and engagement tools for public processes).

Melinda balances her writing commitments with her “day job” of caring for three small humans, volunteering at the elementary school, and cooking lots of vegetables. The rest of the time you can find her exploring Seattle on foot with her car-free family, taking pictures, running by the ocean, and drinking coffee.