BADCamp 2022: Find the Thursday sessions at ‘Inspiration’
The opening day sessions at the ‘Inspiration’ hall at Bay Area Drupal Camp 2022, which is held in Dharma College, Berkeley, will be as follows:
Brian Perry, Senior Technology Consultant at Pantheon, the Coordinator for Decoupled Menus Initiative, will talk, ‘Envisioning a Design System maintained by the Drupal Community.’ The Front End/Decoupled session will start at 9.00 am.
The second session at ‘Inspiration’ is around Accessibility. Annam Sreenivasan, senior quality assurance engineer at Axelerant Technologies, will speak on ‘Build it Right, Right from the Start.’ The session begins at 10.00 am.
Melissa Miller, senior usability experience engineer at Pantheon Systems, will deliver a speech on ‘How to hack Storybook for Drupal’ at 11.00 am. Again, a Front End/Decoupled session parallel to jmolivas’ session in ‘Joy of Being.’
After the lunch break, Irina Zaks, founder, and Tori Sparkman Lewis, Director of Projects at Fibonacci Web Studio, will provide a combined session, ‘Research applications - from 2014 to 2022.’ The session will start at 1.00 pm.
The second session on Backend Development will be at Inspiration hall at 2.00 pm. Vineet Bhardwaj, a Drupal enthusiast and Director at Greensparrow Solution, will speak about ‘Demystifying Queue API – Powerful Manual and Cron Queueing.’
The last session on day one at ‘Inspiration’ hall will also be in Back-end Development. Arlina Espinoza Rhoton of Chapter Three will speak on the subject, ‘When good code is not enough: Lessons learned maintaining modules.’ The session will start at 3.00 pm.
[Cover Photo: A young Dries Buytaert delivering the keynote presentation at BADCamp 2012 in Berekeley, California. Image Credit: Ezra Barnett Gildesgame/Flickr.]
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