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A year in open source
Mid-October marked my one-year anniversary with Four Kitchens and, consequently, the same anniversary of being an open-source software contributor. Because my career up to that point had been limited to proprietary software development, I had intended to write a one-year retrospective on the experience. But, as often happens, one gets busy, and now October, November, and half of December have passed. So without further ado, my self-indulgent retrospective on moving to open source development (complete with pontifications).
Drupalers for Drupal: DrupalCon campaign buttons
Just for kicks, here are some DrupalCon "campaign buttons" we cooked up while brainstorming T-shirt ideas. We're releasing them under the GPLv3, so feel free to use `em as you see fit!
Snazzy! Our DrupalCon DC T-shirt submissions
We've been busy preparing submissions for the DrupalCon DC T-shirt contest. Here's what we've come up with so far.
A plethora of DrupalCon DC session proposals
Besides sponsoring next year's DrupalCon Four Kitchens is also offering to share our know-how in the form of five session proposals and a MEGA session series on theming! Oh yes, we have a plethora. Read the rundowns below and if you find one you want to see on the schedule — go vote for it!
Four Kitchens at DrupalCon DC 2009
Four Kitchens is proud to announce that we are attending and helping sponsor DrupalCon DC. From March 4th through March 7th, the chefs will be in Washington, D.C. to discuss their recipes for scalability, theme development, module development, design, usability, project management, and business strategy. And we promise we don't use any secret sauce! If there is a particular topic you would like to see the chefs present a session on, please add a comment to this entry, contact us, or send us a tweet on Photo by Ryan McFarland
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