Events like BADCamp and alike are staples for our team at OpenSense Labs. We thrive on the onsets of such camps and Drupal community affairs. Last week, our team attended the BADCamp 2019 from 2-5 October in Berkeley, California.
Engrossed in the activities from the planning and organizing of the camp to sponsoring and speaking at the sessions, we were thrilled to be a part of such an astounding camp.
This year, the 4-days long event organized in Berkeley had a great lineup of sessions and training events for us to make the most of it.
As a Contrib sponsor, we had a dedicated booth at the sponsor area. The team had a great time connecting with fellow Drupalers, budding developers and community members who share a common mission and philosophy. Our cool t-shirts and Drupal stickers were a hit among the community! As a Drupal agency, helping and strengthening the community with people across the globe is the best thing about Drupal for us.
With more engaging conversations and making new friends, it gives us immense pleasure to say that BADCamp 2019 was a success. Let’s hear it from the team now!
CEO, OpenSense Labs
Over the course of four amazing days, BADCamp 2019 was an exceptional Drupal event for us to be a part of in Berkeley! From connecting with the community across the globe to having the best of social gatherings, we had a great time. I would like to say thanks to everyone who came to my session on Federated Search. Apart from being an opportunity to share my experience, it also helped me grow and learn from the discussions that followed. It was a great experience presenting a session on the federated search and absolutely loved how it turned into an engrossing discussion. It’s always a good feeling sharing knowledge, after all its a drupal community.
With a lot of professional experiences that we take home, we now look forward to another spectacular year of friendly faces, engaging conversations, and activities in 2020.
Thank you, BADCamp!
Business Head, OpenSense Labs
Being one of the largest Drupal events in the West, BADCamp is one of my favorite events. As a second time exhibitor and third-time attendee, we were excited to reunite with the community in Berkeley this year. It was incredibly well organized and full of experiences.
Having a dedicated table at the sponsor area, Vid and I were able to hold fun discussions with the fellow community members and made new friends, too. Anne Stefanyk’s session on How to Work Remotely had great takeaways. Platform.sh as usual, hosted a fantastic social.
It was so great to be back in the Bay Area and I cannot wait to see what more can unfold in 2020!
Until next time!
Thank you BADCamp for a remarkable experience! And thanks to everyone who attended BADCamp and stopped by our booth to say hi. It was our pleasure to be a sponsor and we are glad we could help and contribute.
You can access our session on Federated Search here.
We are heading to the Netherlands for DrupalCon next week! With more exciting sessions on Content Marketing and Theming of Drupal 8, our team is all set to contribute as a silver sponsor at DrupalCon Amsterdam 2019.