If you were attending my session feel free to give feedback on the DrupalCon Website or directly here on my Blog. Any feedback is well appreciated!
Looking back at my session and the overall impression on this years DrupalCon I’m more than satisfied. The whole team did a really great job in organizing the conference and the Programme was good. I’m also looking forward to team up with fellow DevOps Ricardo Amaro to have a look back and decide what we could improve for future DrupalCons and lift the DevOps Track to the next level. One thing which I was missing was the “Current State of Drupal DevOps” Session by Kris, but I plan to run that as a BOF in future to facilitate the Discussion.
Currently, sitting in the 22nd story at Time Square in New York and working on the DevOps track for DrupalCon Amsterdam is just an addition to the good things that happen this year!
So what is my role with DrupalCon Amsterdam?
I chair the DevOps Track together with my fellow co-chair, Kris Buytaert. This means we care about the sessions which will be submitted to the Track and we also try to get a diversity of good talks into our Track.
The call is on you now!
Are you passionate about sharing your experiences with the DevOps Culture? Did you achieve perfect testing results by automating everything so your biggest question you think about is if you should use rather vim or emacs?