Session submission is now closed

Submission was officially closed on 19 June 00:00 am. We are delighted to see a healthy submission number and to see there are many submitters around the region!

The organiser is now in the process of picking and finalising the sessions for the camp. We hope to announce the final selection by mid / end of this week (22 June).

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Submitted Sessions

googlewebrel's picture
Webmaster Outreach Strategist, Google Asia Pacific , Google
All levels
Google Search can be a great source of traffic to any website. This talk will highlight ways to build out a site's presence in Search, be it for yourself or for others, through hosting platforms, content management systems, or plugins. Learn about the best practices, tools, structured data, and...
Votes: 0
loziju's picture
Founder, Pixel Onion
Beginner
In technical camps, most sessions cover topics which may be baffling for beginners who just pick up Drupal. It is more interesting to tinker with the cutting edge technology than sharing the basic Drupal development. But everyone starts his / her career as an inexperience developer, and there are...
Votes: 0
anish's picture
Senior Analyst, Accenture
Beginner
I will be mentioning about how to accelerate Drupal 8 development by using Drupal Console to generate boiler plate code. How to Generate Modules Themes Block Rest API Controllers Services Form Event Subscribers Entity and lot more. I will also be touching about how to use Drupal console to debug...
Votes: 0
anish's picture
Senior Analyst, Accenture
Intermediate
I would like to discuss about how we can write a progressiveley decoupled hybrid web application using ReactJS in Drupal 8. It includes sample code snippets and a simple demo on how we can integrate with a use case. ReactJS and ecosystem. Registering Containers. Passing data from Drupal to React JS...
Votes: 0
THIBAUD's picture
Senior back-end developer , Pixel Onion
Intermediate
This short talk will be about the steps of syncing user information from Windows Active Directory and using it on login to attribute Editorial groups for workbench access.
Votes: 0
Luukyb's picture
Solutions Architect, Promet Source
All levels
Take freedom to the next level and start traveling. This is a quick presentation for developers who want to to travel and start working remotely, or who are already doing it. This presentation contains a few tips to travel cheaper and get the best of your remote work. About me: I am a Solution...
Votes: 0
Luukyb's picture
Solutions Architect, Promet Source
Beginner
This session will be focused on Drupal, but also apply to other PHP CMS (Wordpress, Joomla ... etc) and Frameworks (Laravel, Symfony ... etc). While working as a developer making the web a better place, you become an expert in "jumping", as in "jumping from one project to another". Questions like...
Votes: 0
markcorben's picture
Senior Support Engineer, Acquia
All levels
The Internet Of Things is here and is Open Source! There is a growing collection of open source projects that are helping us to connect IOT for populous use. Part of the need in having these devices is for a central place to manage the array of Things. One such project that has been setting the...
Votes: 0
VladimirAus's picture
Software Wizard. Level 41, Tomato Elephant Studio
All levels
Nightwatch.JS will be part of Drupal 8.6 core. This is practical introduction to automated end to end testing and Nightwatch.js.
Votes: 0
markwk's picture
Technical Project Manager and Developer, Int3c
All levels
Can self-tracking and personal data help us become more productive, healthier, and happier? While most of the recent news about personal data is on privacy, data leaks and survelliance, personal data and self-tracking also holds an incredible amount of potential. Our personal data can help us...
Votes: 0

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