Gos is all set to have it's very first Drupal Camp this weekend and we couldn't be more excited!
Given that Srijan has an office in Goa, we've always wanted to have the Drupal community gather and chill out at the beach. And it's finally happening - we are bringing together the sun, sand, and Drupal.
As always, we are honoured to be supporting a Drupal community event, and are pleased to announce that Srijan is a Gold Sponsor for DrupalCamp Goa, 2018.
DrupalCamp Goa is on 10 and 11 March, 2018; at the Goa University. As will all Drupal events, this too has an exciting line-up of speakers and sessions for beginners, Drupal veterans, and everyone in between.
Here's a quick round-up of the sessions by Srijanites:
10 March 2018, 10:45 - 11:30 am, Beta Room
Aman will be covering one of Drupal's most important projects at the moment - the Media Initiative. His session will talk about how to store, embed, browse, and re-use media assets (Including external services like Youtube, Vimeo, Instagram, and so on...). He will also explore what future releases of Drupal media look like.
10 March 2018, 2:45 - 3:30 pm, Alpha Room
This session covers the idea of design patterns as a simpler way to solve problems in a given context. Yogendra will talk about design patterns and their relation to implementation, pros and cons of each design pattern, and how they can be used in Drupal 8.
10 March 2018, 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm, Beta Room
Tarun talks about some of the popular JS frameworks and creating web components across these frameworks. He will also cover standardizing component design, and reusing them across frameworks.
11 March 2018, 10:45 -11:30 am, Alpha Room
Our frontend expert, Manjit, will be taking you through a session on CSS Grids - what they are, and how you can use it to build complex designs with minimal code. He will also talk about its compatibility with different browsers and lead you through a hands-on demo of the tool.
11 March 2018, 10:45 -11:30 am, Beta Room
With a team spread out across the globe, Srijanites know what it means to be working remotely. Sami's session will talk about the upside of being remote. More importantly, he will also dive into the possible cons - the frustration, lack of productivity, or boredom - that might come with remote work; and how to get past those.
11 March 2018, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm, Beta Room
With PhantomJS on it's way out, Google is developing a headless browser on Chromium, and that's what Udit's session will be all about. He will be covering how to setup Chrome headless on docker, and how to create a simple test application in node to verify UI changes on their sample website and get a notification for any anomalies.
That was a quick round-up of all our sessions at Drupal Camp Goa. We sure hope to see you at the event.