This year’s Drupal Camp is coming to Vancouver on June 2!
I'm hoping to be giving a talk on an interesting topic that inspires new ideas and sets a new paradigm to web development and UI designs. Proposal was submitted, now just waiting for approval. Indeed, it's an exciting opportunity. Here is a snippet to the opening:
“Drupal and Sproutcore is a power couple; bridging the gaps between data management and interactive UI, thus delivering the users a full Rich Internet Application (RIA). The days where web applications only live on servers are gone, and the days when web applications needed additional browser extensions are gone too.”
It is very true that with the power of Drupal and Sproutcore, we can easily develop web applications with very similar, or should I say, almost behaves like a traditional Desktop application! So what does this entail? Short answer is – we can integrate a higher degree of interactive designs into our application, while maintaining a strong data management component and excellent application-wide performance. And the long answer? Well, I’m going to save this for Drupal Camp Vancouver! Stay tuned...
If you are interested in the topic, please come join me at Drupal Camp!
For more information about the Talk and Drupal Camp Vancouver, you can visit Drupal Camp Vancouver.
Richard first began working with the Appnovation Development Team back in 2008. During this time, he balanced both school and work as he completed his degree in Computing Science and Software Engineering at SFU. Richard’s consistencies in applying concepts to software design and engineering projects have greatly improved quality and customer satisfaction. His next challenge is to become the first cross-functional Project Manager at Appnovation.
Weekends are Spent: Playing first-person shooters but on the weekends – it’s party time for Richard!
Favourite Movies: Marvel series, Lord of the rings, The A-Team, iRobot…….can you tell Richard’s a movie buff?
Bucket List Accomplishments: Presenting at DrupalCamp Atlanta 2012, conducting his first webinar and making the move into management.