Due to current conditions with COVID-19, DrupalCon was forced to cancel all trainings. Because of how popular our trainings were, we are pleased to offer them fully online.
Our DrupalCon trainings are back!
With our newfound time and our ongoing commitment to accessibility & remote-availability, the Debug Academy team is proud to announce that we are offering our DrupalCon courses directly! We plan to donate a portion of the proceeds to the Drupal Association.
A Little Bit of Background
In 2017, I graduated with a PhD in history from The George Washington University, where I studied German colonialism in Africa. After graduation, I ended up teaching at a private secondary school part-time to get my foot in the door. Some days were enjoyable, some days were painful, and I never fully adjusted to life in the classroom at that level. With no opportunity to transition to full-time in my near future, and the little joy I was getting out of the hard work I was putting into my lessons, I realized that I needed to make a change. I weighed my options, and ultimately landed on the most off the wall route in comparison to where I was starting from, and that was to pursue a web development career.
It is a tradition at Debug Academy to take time out of our busy schedules to attend DrupalCon. We do it because we enjoy immersing ourselves in a community of like-minded individuals that come together with a common cause, like the continuous improvement of open source projects/code. It also gives us the opportunity to meet new people and reconnect with alumni, colleagues, and community friends.