“If I want something done right, I have to do it myself.” How often have you thought this? Believed this? Acted on this? Control can be good, but letting go can also be good.
In this workshop, you will begin to think about:
- What control and letting go look like.
- What control and letting go mean to me.
- Why we control.
- Costs of control and letting go.
- Benefits of control and letting go.
- How to begin letting go.
No prior knowledge is necessary but come willing to reflect and, if comfortable, share.
Doug DobrzynskiWeb Developer @ PMMI Media Group
Doug is currently a Web Developer/Programmer at PMMI Media Group, where he enjoys working on PHP projects (both Drupal and non-Drupal).. Doug has been building websites since fifth grade, when he began teaching himself HTML and CSS. He has been working with Drupal since 2009 and has experience as a Drupal developer, build manager, and support and development web help desk lead, which grew 300% under his guidance. Doug is interested in Release Management, programming outside of Drupal, promoting a culture of good process, sustainable development, documentation, training, food, and good Belgian wheat beers (or just about any wheat beer for that matter). As a programmer, he provides support and develops new features for PMMI Media Group's many innovative platforms, many of which use the Yii framework. As a Drupal Developer, he works on custom modules, has led site building and migration portions of projects, and trains clients on how to use their site. He has helped with BuildAModule’s Mentored Training, co-lead Behavior Driven Development with Behat Training, and spoken at camps and conferences (including DrupalCon North America, DrupalCon Latin America, MidCamp, and DrupalCorn). When he’s not being an awesome web developer/programmer, Doug enjoys reading, cooking, and savoring good Belgian wheat beers (or just about any wheat beer for that matter).