Speaker(s): michael.madison, Daniel.skorski, jenna.larson, daniel.johnson
Ensuring Quality through Automated Visual Regression Testing
Entity References gone wild: How relationships can sink your project.
One of Drupal's biggest strengths is its ability to create semantic relationships between pieces of data. But what happens when site builders take these relationships too far?
EPA Drupal WebCMS Training Program
We have a One EPA Web philosophy at EPA.gov along with 39 web standards. We built the WebCMS to support those requirements.
ERD is the Word: Simplifying Content Structure
What do entity relationship diagrams (ERDs) and database design have to do with content strategy? More than you’d think. Web content lives in databases, and how you structure your content determines the shape of those databases.
Extending Drupal 8 with Plugins
Switching to Symfony for Drupal 8 means changing how you add new functionality to your site. Many of these are implemented as Plugins, for instance:
External Caching in D8: Cache clear all the things!
Speaker(s): adam.weingarten, nielsvm
FedRAMP from a Project Manager's Perspective
So you’ve just found out that your Government Agency is moving their portfolio to FedRAMP – Now What?
Fifth year using Drupal: A look at Georgia's return on investment
Five years ago in 2011 the State of Georgia started planning to change its web publishing platform to Drupal.
Finding Your Perfect Vendor Match
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/uwICatHRTkg
Four Data-Driven Ways to Overcome Redesign Drama
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/jGcTvqU81tM
Free, Libre and Open Source Software and You
Speaker(s): Damien McKenna
Friends Close, Users Closer: Designing for Real Audiences in Government Projects
During this session, we will talk about who our digital projects are actually serving, compared to who we often find ourselves designing for.
From User Acceptance Testing to Automated Testing
Development workflows, continuous integration and automated testing are a hot topics, and should be. As teams rush to implement and improve their DevOps strategies, one thing hasn’t changed, testing is a afterthought.
From User Story Mapping to component-driven development: techniques for building agile Drupal teams via a Discovery Sprint
If you’ve been around web development for a few years, you’ve probably experienced the pitfalls of “waterfall” discovery sprints, in which a perfected vision of a website is designed and documented in a set of static mockups and functional…
Future of the CMS: Centrally managed content across all devices
Content! It’s everywhere! It’s displayed on websites and in apps. It’s streamed to smartphones, televisions, and watches. It’s heard on podcasts, radios, and Amazon Alexa.
Future proofing design work with Web components
Future-Proof Your Content: Build Your Structure from the Bottom Up
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/hE3D_uc_hUc
Georgia GovHub: a case study
Over the last year, Digital Services Georgia has worked with Lullabot and other vendors to design and produce a new Drupal 8 platform for their 85+ state agency and elected official sites, currently on Drupal 7.
Get off the island! But build bridges back
git, for users of git
Now we're gonna have some INTERMEDIATE FUN!
Google Analytics 201
I was a self-taught Google Analytics user. I thought I was getting by OK.
Government Issue(s): Leveraging Accessibility with Usability to Serve *Really* Diverse Audiences
In discussions about accessibility and diversity, our thoughts tend to jump to ARIA links, screen readers, and people of different ethnicities.
Government of Bermuda: How to pitch, plan, and build a citizen-centric web portal with Drupal
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/64kMW3hGgaM
Granicus meeting and asset importer (using Drupal + Feeds)
I would like to do a quick show-and-tell of a neat feature we're using on about 5 government sites I help maintain.
Great Drupal Websites Are Made Before The First Line of Code is Written