It all happened on winter holidays eve, on Saturday, 13, when DrupalTour team visited “Little Paris” — Chernivtsi. The second Drupal tourists’ point of destination met us very friendly and was eager to welcome IT-event of completely new kind.
We started our Drupal van at 3 AM and took off to a journey through the country aiming to meet IT-community in Chernivtsi, get acquainted with new cool people and exchange our web development experience. The roads in winter are especially charming and evokes the thoughts about eternity.
Ancient architecture always attracts the wanderers and we weren’t an exception. Anyway, the first thing we did having arrived to Chernivtsi was tasty breakfast. After that we headed to the place, where the event was held — Literatur Cafe. The atmosphere of cozy coffee shop on a second floor of a library inspired for getting new knowledge. By the way, if you enjoy retro stuff, you surely should visit this place. As a contrast, we came here to discuss about modern technologies and trends in IT-sphere.
By the way, this time there were not just Drupal tourists from Lutsk, our colleagues from Lviv also joined us in our trip to Chernivtsi.
The number of visitors is impressive and we announce about the start of DrupalTour Chernivtsi. Soon we will listen to reports about PHP, Drupal and Web-design.
DrupalTour started with a report by Sergiy Skripchuk about “Composer, dependency manager for PHP”.
The second report was delivered by Olexander Kuzava (@shpiker09) and dealt with a topic “Problems in front end development”.
During the break one of the visitors just went to an old piano and played wonderful music. Thank you, Yurij!
Our host side was represented by Pavlo Okhrem, who delivered an interesting report: “Think different or modern web design backstage”.
The last report was delivered by Taras Tsiuper. His topic was “How to create a good Drupal module”. It caused vivid discussion, as there were people, who work with other CMS’ among the audience.
DrupalTour Chernivtsi has passed very quickly and smooth.
And next time DrupalTour would go to Ternopil.