NEDCamp 2022: Conference Sessions at 3 pm on Saturday
The 9th edition of New England Drupal Camp will begin on Friday, November 18, 2022, at Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, with training sessions. The conference is on Saturday 19th.
We have been writing about separate tracks of sessions scheduled for the conference day for the past several days. The camp will begin with opening remarks at 8.30 am at Gaige Auditorium. You can access the details about the sessions from 9.00 am to 9.45 am, 10.00 am to 10.45 am, and 11.00 am to 11.45 am from the respective links. The keynote address will happen from 1.15 to 2.15 pm at Gaige Auditorium, after which a photo session will commence.
The second last time slot for the camp is between 3.00 to 3.45 pm.
In the room ‘Massachusetts,’ Matt Obert, Director of Engineering at Esteemed, will speak about ‘Creating DrupalCode Projects: Drupal ATS by Esteemed.’ Meanwhile, J D Flynn, lead software engineer at EPAM, will occupy room ‘Maine’ to reassure mental illness is not a hurdle to functioning effectively. His subject: ‘I am Functional and So Can You.’ Both sessions cater to a beginner audience level. Flynn had covered the same subject at DrupalCamp Asheville.
The third session marked for the intermediate level of the audience is in the room ‘New Hampshire.’ Brian Perry, software engineer at Pantheon, will talk about ‘Envisioning a Design System maintained by the Drupal Community.’ He had presented this session at the recently concluded Bay Area Drupal Camp. Session 4 is about ‘Schema.org Blueprints for Drupal.’ Jacob Rockowitz, Drupal Software Architect at The Big Blue House, will present the session in the ‘Rhode Island’ room. Beginner level audience can attend.
Wait for the next story to know the penultimate sessions at the NEDCamp 2022, or head straight to the event website.
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