As 2017 draws to a close, the Stanford Web Services team is closing sprints, cleaning our desks (mostly), emptying inboxes, submitting our final timesheets, and hoping no one reports a bug in the next 24 hours. Goodbye 2017, hello winter break!
Stanford Drupal Camp is a two-day annual event that connects people in the South Bay who work with websites. The Camp started in 2009 to discuss the many facets of web design and development, as well as learn about Drupal, an open source content management system. The camp places an emphasis on introductory sessions for beginners, as well as use cases of Drupal in higher education. Beginners sessions take place on Fridays, while Saturday's sessions are designed for more experienced Drupal users.
BADCamp is a delightful mix of networking and educational opportunities. Along with connecting with former acquaintances and meeting new people, I attended two really informative trainings. Here’s my recap: