Session Archive

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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
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/Content
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
Technical Level: Beginner

Component-driven Development

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): mariohernandez

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

Session Track: Front End
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

Composer 101 : Govern your Drupal project with Composer !

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): Rahul

Composer is a must-have tool for any Drupal developers toolkit. Everyone has heard about it but isn't aware of the migration process to composer based Drupal management.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Configuration Workflow in Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): mikemadison

Configuration is a key concept in Drupal 8 that sits at the intersection of backend development, dependency management, theming, site building, and (in)sanity.

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

Content and SEO: Better together

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): TheAmy

When it works well, it’s a match made in Heaven. Your website shows up for the right search terms and has quality content that is useful for your audience.

Session Track: Content Strategy
Technical Level: Beginner

Content Creation and Verification with Selenium and Python

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): andersontqa

Create a more robust regression suite by adding automation of node creation and verification with Selenium and Python.

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

Content Everywhere: Or How to Eliminate Redundancy, Lower Upkeep Costs, and Keep Your Sanity

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): jjosephmiller

It's the email every content manager dreads.

"These two web pages aren't consistent. Can we make sure that we're saying the same thing on our website?"

On a really bad day, there are 30 people on the CC field.

Session Track: Content Strategy
Technical Level: Beginner

Content Migrations Don’t Have to be a Nightmare

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): Lisa, Sharper@taoti.com

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/sNFmJjRM2pE

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Content Models: The Design Tool You Never Considered

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): courtneyclark, jbradshaw

You're in it. Development has begun. You're building out content types, sorting out view modes. But wait. You have a LOT of questions for your designer. Do we really need these two components that are nearly identical?

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

Content Strategy Toolkit

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): gdd

The development community has seen an immense increase in productivity through automation and other tools created through the DevOps community. Why shouldn't the content strategy community take advantage of the same concepts?

Session Track: Content Strategy
Technical Level: Intermediate

Continuous Collaboration with Probo.CI

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): jody

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/NuXD9EwRS7k

Have you had any of these pain points?

Session Track: DevOps
Technical Level: Intermediate

Continuous Integration for Acquia Using CircleCI

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): generalredneck

Continuous Integration and Deployment continue to be an interesting challenge moving forward with Drupal 8. Hosting platforms are now providing "kits" to provide some of these services if you are willing to take the plunge and implement them.

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

Correctly Nest Entities and Build Healthy Multilingual Relationships

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): aimeerae

As component-based design principles evolve, the actual implementation in Drupal can be performed in many ways. Most, if not all, component-based site building approaches rely on Entity Relationships.

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

Create Truly Remarkable Data Visualizations with D3

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): kholloway

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/QsC0Xa5fTxs

Session Track: Site Building
Technical Level: Intermediate

Creating a single face of government across multiple websites and technology stacks

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): bryanhirsch

The team that reinvented Mass.gov is now charged with bringing a data-driven, constituent-centric, “digital first”, approach to all of the state's web properties.

Session Track: Business + Community
Technical Level: Beginner