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September 20, 2016

Win a 360 Camera at DrupalCon Dublin

Thought by Leigh Anderson, Marketing Content Writer
DrupalCon Dublin watercolor logo

At FFW, we’re packing our bags and grabbing our passports as we prepare to travel to Ireland for next week’s DrupalCon. Expect to see us in sessions, on signs, and at the exhibit hall: we’re sponsors, we’re speakers, and we’re excited to be there.

DrupalCon Dublin is actually the third DrupalCon we’ve sponsored this year: we were thrilled to be part of the inaugural DrupalCon Asia, and we were a Diamond sponsor for DrupalCon North America for the second year in a row. Now, we’re excited to see our colleagues and friends at DrupalCon Dublin.

As Gold sponsors, we’ll be in Booth 802 in the exhibit hall, where we’ll be giving away FFW branded VR-Cardboard and the chance to win a 360 Camera. Come by the booth and take a virtual tour of FFW’s Copenhagen office to receive an FFW cardboard, and talk to one of our booth representatives to learn how you can win a 360 Camera. Winners will be announced at noon on Thursday (Ireland time) on LinkedIn.

Also, we hope you’ll stop in to see sessions by two of our staff members: Alexei Gorobets and Andrii Podanenko. Alexei will be giving a session on Practical Caching in Drupal 8. He’ll cover anonymous or internal page caching, reverse proxy caching, and authenticated page caching (also known as dynamic page caching). The session will cover practical mistakes and implementations for each.

Andrii Podanenko’s session is called Dream Team Therapy or How to Maintain Humans Within a Team. It covers group psychology, how to manage international teams, how to deal with conflict management, resolving multicultural issues, and more.

Make sure you stop by our sessions and cheer Alexei and Andrii on. We’re proud that the Drupal community is benefiting from their knowledge, and we’re thrilled that they (and we) will be at DrupalCon Dublin. See you there!

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