PNW Drupal Summit Session: Javascript Workshop Kronda Adair Mon, 10/17/2011 - 01:17

I need a session on how to choose which session to go to. So much great information and so little time. I started out in a different session but had to pop in for the last half of this Javascript session led by Katherine Senzee, a Senior Engineer at Acquia.

Here are a few brief take-aways from the session:

PNW Drupal Summit Session: Getting Paid & Adding Value in Discovery Adam Edgerton Sun, 10/16/2011 - 21:26

This session led by Sean Larkin and Andrea Burton of ThinkShout looked at how to avoid competing for RFPs by instead partnering with potential clients in a paid discovery phase to help them scope their exact needs and in turn have a leg up on the competition to win the project. Read on for some presentation highlights and takeaways.

PNW Drupal Summit Session: You've Launched - Now What? Adam Edgerton Sun, 10/16/2011 - 00:18

This session led by Amye Scavarda, a project manager at Acquia, focused on how to switch gears after a project launch to support the project lifecycle and how to build support into projects. Read on for some of the key takeaways.

Estimating Drupal Projects Adam Edgerton Sat, 10/15/2011 - 23:23

This session led by Alex Kroman of Opensourcery covered exactly what the straightforward title suggests: Estimating Drupal Projects. Read on for an example estimation process.

PNW Drupal Summit Session: Ask Better Questions to Create Loyal Clients Adam Edgerton Sat, 10/15/2011 - 22:11

This session led by Lauren Bacon of Raised Eyebrow Web Studio covered how to ask the right questions to build stronger relationships with your clients. Read on for some key takeaways.

PNW Drupal Summit Session: Close More Deals Adam Edgerton Sat, 10/15/2011 - 21:23

In this session, Anne Stefanyk from Drupal Connect went over effective strategies for finding new leads, pitching them, and successfully landing new clients. Read on for some key takeaways.

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