News & Updates
Media partners are an important part of any DrupalCon. They help us spread the word about the event to people who might not have heard of it otherwise, and get to attend (and report on) the events. Our media partners are critical to DrupalCon's success, so we'd like to say a big thank you to all of our partners for DrupalCon Asia.
Vroom vroom! Love Adventure? Love Drupal? Want to win a Royal Enfield Classic motorcycle? You're in luck!
The DrupalCon Asia Developer Contest is being sponsored by the great folks over at Azri Solutions and they've come up with one of the coolest developer contests we've heard of thus far. The challenge, should you choose to accept it, is this: create a beautiful, interactive visualization of the data found at https://www.drupal.org/drupalorg/api, and submit it via github no later than 11:59 PM IST on Thursday, February 18.
If you’ve been using Drupal for more than a day, chances are that you’ve benefitted from some of the work done at DrupalCon sprints. Some of the most important breakthroughs for the project are made by sprinters at DrupalCon, and attending sprints is a great way to give back to the project you love.
There are plenty of different sprinting opportunities, including mentored newcomer workshops, opportunities to assist with documentation and issue queue cleanup, and many different options for contribution depending on your personal area of expertise. At DrupalCon Sprints, there really is something for everyone.
In August 2014, the government of India announced the bold and far-reaching Digital India policy. This ambitious initiative aims to bring about profound digital transformation in all aspects of governance and prepare India and its citizens for a knowledge-driven future.
The three goals of Digital India are:
When people talk about Mumbai, they often refer to “Bollywood.” But what is Bollywood? It’s a nickname for the most productive movie industry in the world: the Hindi-language film industry! Bollywood employs more people and produces more films than any other cinematic industry in the world, and Bollywood movies are well-loved both within India and beyond.