Once a year, Drupalists come together at the world's largest annual Drupal event. Our team curated these 10 leading insights from DrupalCon 2017.
Our team attends a true Bahamas experience in New York. Featuring Bahamian music performances, live band, Bahamian cuisine & signature cocktails, Junkanoo, and Rake & Scrape. Definitely was the best party in New York on June 4th.
Some photo highlights from our travels to the 2016 DrupalCon Conference, and the fun times we had in New Orleans.
Whenever I have the opportunity to attend a conference I always leave with a deep feeling of gratitude. I feel fortunate that our team is doing great work and we're able to attend conferences like this and gain new perspective. Fortunate that we have the opportunity to step out side of a somewhat isolated working environment and talk with other Drupal users, Acquia clients and other web agencies. And fortunate I get the time to take my camera out.
This year, I was fortunate enough to attend DrupalCon in (partly) sunny LA. It was a great opportunity to reinvigorate my passion for the platform and learn a thing or two about what's in the Drupal pipeline. I spent my time attending sessions primarily focused on Drupal 8 updates, project discovery and estimation, and providing the best possible service to Drupal clients.
My favorite Keynote from the 2014 Hubspot Inbound Conference was Dharmesh Shah, CTO & co-founder of Hubspot. His presentation definitely struck a chord with the audience, but the question that really got me thinking was, "What if you could report on the one metric that matters most?"
Our very own Chris Mickens will be speaking on how to develop a super sexy Content Governance Plan. The talk will aim to help website owners plan for digital success by taking a thoughtful approach to their content's life cycle.
Have you been considering marketing automation software for your business? As we've helped clients roll out marketing automation software on their websites, we've worked through many of the assumptions, challenges, and victories that come with a good automation workflow. We've found that one of the common misconceptions about marketing automation is that the technology provides a silver bullet for your digital marketing. But the truth is that marketing automation is equal parts content and technology.