Many of you are familiar with a Birds of a Feather (BoF) session... An unconference is much like that except, an unconference is built the day-of by the people who are there!
When the unconference part of the day happens we will follow the "rules" of an unconference:
- Whoever shows up are the right people
- Whatever the results of a session were what was supposed to be
- Whenever it starts is the right time
- It is over when it’s over
Participants should use the "law of two feet" to leave any session if you aren't contributing something positive, getting something out of a session, or feel another session would be more to your liking.
Bob SnodgrassCat Herder @ net2Community, Inc.
Doing Drupal since 4.7, Organizer Fox Valley Drupal User Group (Chicago Area)
Andrew OlsonLead Front-End Developer @ Bounteous
Andrew has deep industry experience developing, deploying, and supporting media-rich, content-driven websites and web applications. His focus is front-end development and the challenge of making the web accessible for everyone on any device. He has a background building interfaces, web applications, and mobile sites that are created with the user experience in mind. Andy has designed and developed dozens of sites for companies specializing in sporting goods, health and wellness, restaurant food service, financial and market trading, Internet radio, and more. He is also a talented front end developer, graphic designer, team leader, photographer, musician, and speaker.
Andy is Acquia Certified for Front End Development for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 and is an approved Acquia Site Studio 6 Site Builder. Andy is the co-maintainer of the Live Captioning Initiative, an open-source project that helps hearing-impaired individuals participate at events online or in-person. He is also the co-maintainer of the Drupal Recipes project and the TB Mega Menu project. Andy has a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Iowa.