We were thrilled to share our team’s knowledge with the rest of the attendees at Drupal Camp Costa Rica. This year we had 220 participants between students and professionals from a wide range of fields.
One of the key goals of Drupal Camp Costa Rica is to spread the word on Drupal and its surrounding technologies, which is why the majority of the sessions were targeted for beginners. That said, there were also some pretty advanced sessions on hot topics such as Kubernetes and GraphQL.
Here's the full list of our team's sessions:
- Uso de CSS Grid
Jorge Valdez (georch) | Design, UX & Front End
- Creando experiencias para todos: El camino de una PWA
Jairo Rondon (jairo_rondon) | Design, UX & Front End
- Component-driven design using Pattern Lab
Omar Aguirre (omers) | Design, UX & Front End
- D3js - Qué es y cuándo usarlo
Manuel Santibañez (msantibanez) | Design, UX & Front End
- Integración de Drupal y NodeJS
- Escapando de la Isla de Drupal: Construyendo Puentes Hacia Otras Tecnologías
Andrés Ávila (andres.avila) | Business
- Crear un Subscription Center con Oracle
Joseph Zamora (jzamora) | Business
- Deploying like the Gods with Kubernetes
Omar Aguirre (omers) | Development & Coding
- Contribuyendo al Open Source... Lo malo, lo feo y lo bueno
Omar Aguirre (omers) | Business
- Bienvenido a GraphQL
Manuel Santibañez (msantibanez) | Development & Coding
- Drupal Layout Builder + Paragraphs + Components
José Bonfil (bonfil1) | Development & Coding
- Cómo crear custom Ajax commands en Drupal 8
Miguel Castillo (miguelc) | Development & Coding
You can also check out our public Facebook album with tons of photos we took during the event.
See you next year!