A Docksal Training -- ON DEMAND!

It has been quite a while since I last posted anything, mainly because 2020 has been 2020 and I haven't been in the best mindset for several months. I've had a lot of difficulty focusing on anything, and as a result, I've found my motivation has gone pretty much away.

Docksal gets a Training

In July of last year I started a new job as a developer with a new agency. During my first week, in between meetings, HR trainings, and all the other fun things that happen during onboarding, I was introduced to the preferred local development environment that was being used on most of the projects.

Drupal-Check, Site Factory, and Acquia BLT, OH MY!

I was fortunate enough to attend DrupalCon Seattle this year, as well as give a presentation on mental health in tech, but one of the key topics of DrupalCon was Drupal 9 readiness. Dries mentioned it several times in the Driesnote and we even had some contribution efforts specific to Drupal 9 readiness at MidCamp 2019.

Made it Through MidCamp 2018!

Third Time's a Charm

A few years ago I went to my first actual attempt at a Drupal community event.  I was interested in a Headless Drupal training being held in Minneapolis at Twin Cities Drupal Camp.  Prior to heading that way, I put out a tweet looking for people from the Chicago area who might also be there and I got a few responses from a couple members of the Chicago community w