A few quick words before the Camp gets under way. We will be brief, we promise!
Michael Anello (@ultimike) is co-founder and vice president of DrupalEasy, a Drupal training and consulting firm based in Central Florida. Specializing in Drupal training and development, he helped to develop one of the first long-form Drupal career training programs and has been developing Drupal sites for over 13 years. Michael has been one of the main organizers of the Florida Drupal Users' Group and Florida DrupalCamps for over 11 years, and also helps manage the Drupal Association's Community Cultivation Grants program and is a member of the Drupal Communitiy Working Group. He is a Acquia Certified Developer and a Drupal 8 core contributor. He can be heard interviewing fellow Drupal community members, talking about current Drupal news, and highlighting new and upcoming modules on the twice-monthly DrupalEasy Podcast.
Mike Herchel is a senior front-end developer at Lullabot. He has been creating websites since 2001, and developing with Drupal since 2007. He is one of the lead organizers of Florida Drupalcamp, and is always willing to advocate for the Drupal and free open source communities He’s also a host of the Lullabot podcast, which is a bi-weekly podcast on Drupal, design, and web development.
We are a Tampa based Drupal theming and site building shop. Proud sponsor of FLDC since 2010!
AmyJune Hineline is the Open Source Community Ambassador at Kanopi Studios.
With a dual focus on both open-source community development and inclusivity, she is uniquely positioned to help individuals become more comfortable and confident as they contribute to their communities. She co-organize various open-source camps and conventions throughout North America, empowering individuals to forge deep community connections that benefit the whole. As a self-described non-coder, AmyJune helps communities discover how they can contribute and belong in more ways than coding.
Outside of her mission in the technology community space, she has a deep love for mycology, geocaching, and air-cooled Volkswagens. She can spell the word diarrhea without the aid of spellcheck, but hopefully, in tech this will be an underutilized skill.