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Displaying 51 - 75 of 408 Sessions

Bodiless Drupal - When Losing Your Head Just Won’t Fly

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): pday

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/b3v2L8tcPPw

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Boost Your Visibility in Google Search: Implementing Schema in Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): RyanMcBurney, natemow

Google search results often include snippets that answer key user questions before other search listings.

Session Track: Content Strategy and Analytics
Technical Level: Intermediate

Bringing Containers to Production: A brief overview of orchestration technologies.

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): allgood

Most development agencies have started the migration from VM's to containers and using docker.

Session Track: Devops, Performance, Security, and Privacy
Technical Level: Intermediate

Bringing USAJobs Data to the USDA Forest Service D7 Site - How We Did it!

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): CrashTest_

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/5iKlU_ITdhU

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Intermediate

Building for Extensibility -- A look at Drupal 8's Plugin API

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): vegantriathlete

Instead of adding a hook to your module, make it even easier and better to extend by using the Plugin API. Drupal 8 makes heavy use of plugins and this presentation will help you learn how to make use of them as well!

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Beginner

Building More Accessibile Content with Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2016
Presenter(s): mgifford

Drupal 8 was released in December and it provides by default accessibility that is head and shoulders above any other CMS. For the last 8 years we have been working on implementing defaults that are good for everyone.

Session Track: Community and Being Human
Technical Level: Beginner

Building Sites from the User’s Perspective via Effective Content

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): karolus

This session has been cancelled due to speaker technical difficulties - we'll see if we can get a recording for posting later on!

 

Session Track: Content Strategy and Analytics
Technical Level: Beginner

Building your own Drupal 8 install profile

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): alison

Learn how to build a portable, reusable, Drupal 8 install profile -- including some distribution concepts.  We'll start with just a little bit of background/context, and then dive into HOW to DO the THING itself :)  In other…

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Intermediate

Can We Figure This Drupal Component Thing Out Already?

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): brianperry, nerdstein

Over the last two years our community has seen the rise of countless solutions to implement design systems and components within Drupal.

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate

CANCELLED: How to Deal with Criticism

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): handels

Everyone will face criticism. No matter what you do. No matter how good you are.

And the more invested you are in your work, the harder it is when someone comes along and criticizes it.

Session Track: Community and Being Human
Technical Level: Beginner

Cancelled: Improving your Drupal 8 development workflow

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): jmolivas

Session Cancelled! Sorry for the inconvenience!

Drupal 8 has changed a lot and the process of creating, building, testing and deploying a site is not the exception.

Session Track: Devops, Performance, Security, and Privacy
Technical Level: Intermediate

Changing the Face of Public Education: How Fairfax County is managing 195 websites with a Drupal 8 Platform

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): kvoelker, chaz.chumley, populist

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/r_7LqdPoxqo

Session Track: Community and Being Human
Technical Level: Intermediate

Cleaning Up Your (Data) Mess: Lessons from Dozens of Analytics Audits How Not to Create a Huge Mess

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): elpatterson

After four years of auditing (and fixing) clients’ disorganized Google Analytics set-ups, convoluted Google Tag Manager implementation and other web data messes, I’ve learned a lot about how NOT to set up your organization’s website data.

Session Track: Content Strategy and Analytics
Technical Level: Intermediate

Client Management: Building Happy, Healthy Client Relationships

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): handels, fulton.k

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/5iuIF_dDRzE

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Cloud Management with Drupal and Ansible

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): jonpugh

The Aegir Hosting System has been used for hosting thousands of Drupal sites for over 11 years, using Drupal as a web interface for managing your servers and sites.

Session Track: Devops, Performance, Security, and Privacy
Technical Level: Advanced

Code signing modules in Backdrop & Silkscreen

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): John Franklin

Ensuring the integrity of a site's code is an important aspect to ensuring the security of a site.  In an upcoming release, Backdrop & Silkscreen will add digital signatures to the module downloads to help ensure sites remain secure.  In this…

Session Track: Devops, Performance, Security, and Privacy
Technical Level: Intermediate

Collaborating on Content Audits

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): dmkelner

In a user-first world, content is the basis for ensuring great user experience. A content audit lays the groundwork for aligning organizational objectives with site visitor needs.

Session Track: Content Strategy and Analytics
Technical Level: Intermediate

Combining All the Things: GraphQl Middleware to Give All Your Decoupled API's a Single Home.

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): danrogers, nickrigby

A decoupled, API-first architecture can be fast and efficient. But it can also generate lots of different things in the oddest places: calendar events over here, a newsroom over there, and loads of actual content in a whole bunch of places.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Come Sit in my Pod! Collaborating on Structured Content

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): dmkelner

We know the drill. Structured content facilitates reuse, findability, SEO ranking, social sharing. It makes for content consistency. It frees your content to be used on any interface. But how do we get there?

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate

Commit! Your! Config! -- A Primer

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): alison

A "how-to" session for Drupal 8 site builders who don't know how to use D8 Configuration Management (CMI), and/or don't know how to version-control your site configuration, and/or aren't sure about committing configuration code.

Session Track: Site Building and Using Drupal
Technical Level: Beginner

Complex Web Apps that Skip Leg Day

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): skstarnes, izbatt

Using Drupal just isn't enough at times. With the vastly growing SaaS market, organizations want to include more features with less overhead.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Component Teams in Jira

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): ksalbrecht

This talk will focus on a large scale Drupal project as a case study for this topic.

Products as Projects

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Component-driven Content Strategy for dea.gov and doctorswithoutborders.org

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): kevinjosephwalsh, jenharris, iris.i

As a content strategist or site builder/architect, you’ve most likely encountered CMS bloat, like a Drupal website with three times the number of content types it needs, or a dozen taxonomy vocabularies that rarely get used.

Session Track: Content Strategy and Analytics
Technical Level: Beginner

Component-driven Development

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): mariohernandez

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/hxbl-_iSgJs

Session Track: Design, UX, and Accessibility
Technical Level: Intermediate

Component-Driven Theming with Storybook

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): acouch, evanmwillhite, bjlewis2

Component-driven theming is gaining popularity in the Drupal and in the greater front-end development worlds. Taking a component based approach offers greater consistency, flexibility, re-usability and velocity for front-end development.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Advanced