I have been working with CiviCRM quite a bit recently. It has been all well and good so far. CiviCRM is a well written piece of software with incredible flexibility. Between customizing the user interface for Bootstrap 3 and working with the API to create custom features, I have learned a lot.
Now that CiviCon 2015 is over, it is a good time to reflect on the people we met and the great new things we learned. I attended the CiviCon conference as well as two full days of training prior to the event. Joining me in Denver were designer Kurt Thomas and front-end developer (and former organizer) Phillip Kent Knight from the Los Angeles LGBT Center, a Black Brick Software client organization.
The DefaultDashlets CiviCRM extension creates a settings page that allows administrators to define the active dashlets for new users based on group membership. This extension was started at CiviCon 2015 with help from Link Swanson at Must Build and Kevin Cristiano at Tadpole Collective.