Some five years ago, I made the decision to try and overcome some of my fears. One of them had to do with presenting. Perhaps “fear” wouldn’t be the right word, discomfort, is a more fitting description. It was something I wanted to address as I thought presenting could be a lot of fun if I could just figure out how to feel comfortable on the stage. This led to me to make several presentations on estimating web projects. The reasons I chose estimation had to do with our company and where we were at the time.
Camp organizers Grzegorz Bartman and Karol Bryksa contacted me last year and invited me to come talk and present one my previous sessions. The selection was done by voting and not completely surprising, it was the session on project estimation techniques and theory that Shannon Vettes and I usually co-present that won.
Sessions are selected based on several factors, one of them being community interest. A great way to communicate community interest is to post a comment on the session's page on the DrupalCon site stating why you'd like to see this session being selected. Follows are summaries of sessions and links to the respective session pages.
So without further ado: