All are welcome to this online unconference event where there are no preset presentations. Whether you want to discuss your projects with others, have an impromptu talk you would like to give, or a polished slide-deck presentation, you will be given the chance to pitch your idea(s). Once the pitches are made, every attendee will get to vote on the ones they find most interesting. This setup makes the event informal, the schedule fluid, and the topics dynamic. Most of all we have a lot of fun!
If you are interested in Drupal and keen on spending an afternoon chatting with and learning from, other like-minded folks, be sure to make it to this year’s Unconference! While Drupal is the focus, we will also welcome talks on other related topics!
- Demonstrate a current challenge and ask for help
- Drupal - all the things
- Drupal related languages and frameworks
- Project Management
- Show and tell your web or application project
...or bring your ideas!
Friday, July 8th 1pm - 4pm EDT
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT - Lunch (provided in Brown Dining Hall)
- 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT - Welcome and pitches
- 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT - First session block
- 2:30pm - 2:45pm EDT - Break and Q&A
- 2:45pm - 3:45pm EDT - Second session block
- 3:45pm - 4:00pm EDT - Wrap-up
- 4:15pm - 4:30pm EDT - Prize Raffle and Closing
Register Now and select "Unconference" as your Friday Activity.
About the Facilitators
Bayo Fodeke is one of the organizers of the Charlotte Drupal Drive-in, an unconference style event focused on Drupal and web technologies. As a Senior Full Stack Developer at Red Hat, Bayo works on projects that span multiple teams. He helps bridge the gap between teams and aims to reduce wasted code and effort.
Communication is one of his greatest strengths - this facilitates working with different groups and stakeholders of varying technical expertise while being able to communicate effectively to get work done. He graduated from University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a BA in Software Information Systems and a minor in Graphic Design in 2011.
Mark Shropshire “shrop” is an active public speaker, podcaster, and local tech meetup organizer focusing on web and application development. As a Senior Technical Director at Mediacurrent, he supports team success through coaching, mentorship, and technical leadership. Shrop is a creative leader who has a heart for helping individuals be their best while working with teams delivering best-in-class software projects built with open source technologies.