Session Archive

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Do the work!

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): BetaNYC

Since 2009, he has organized BetaNYC to be a driving force to improve New York City’s use of technology and share its data.

Session Track: Keynote
Technical Level: Beginner

Do what I mean, not what I say: How to run an Agile project for a Waterfall client

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): NoahWolfe

Government contracts are increasingly asking for Agile project teams. But government systems from contracts to delivery are designed for Waterfall.

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Intermediate

Docksal: Better than VMs

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): davidhernandez

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/u_MM-kh9ar0

Session Track: DevOps
Technical Level: Beginner

Drag & Drop Content Management For Government Websites

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): chrisodva, acouch

By combining design systems with Layout Builder and Drupal features such as blocks we can deliver a "Wix" like drag and drop experience to site builders tasked with managing Drupal 8/9 websites. 

In this session attendees will learn:

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

Drupal & USWDS: It’s Time to Get Things Started

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): dboeger, brian.seek

This session will focus on integrating a custom Drupal sub-theme with the latest version of USWDS.  We will cover configuring USWDS settings, Drupal theme settings, and adding custom styling.

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

Drupal 8 consuming remote APIs

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): jcastedoh

REST APIs have become an integral part of the development best practices emerging in the Web Application industry today. REST is a logical choice for building APIs, as it allows users to connect and interact with cloud services.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Drupal 8 Custom Module Architecture: What’s Going On?

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): legaudinier

It is all fun and games modifying existing code, but what about when you have to venture out to unknown waters and create your own custom module? Don’t worry! We can get through this together!

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Beginner

Drupal 8 Development Methodologies

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): mikemadison

Everything (nearly) about Drupal 8's development process is different than it was in Drupal 7. Some of it is a "little" different and some of it is so totally different you wouldn't recognize it as belonging to the same software. That's ok!

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Beginner

Drupal 9 migrations for non-coders

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): dinarcon

Starting with Drupal 8, the Migrate API makes it possible to write and execute migrations without having to write PHP code.

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

Drupal and Container Orchestration: Using Kubernetes to Manage All the Things

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): shayan.sarkar, wpatt

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/p8G1oHLhc7I

Session Track: DevOps
Technical Level: Intermediate

Drupal and USWDS v2 for Prototyping and Site Building

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): dboeger

The recently-released Version 2 of the U.S. Web Design System has changed significantly from Version 1, and we'll unpack all the differences.

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

Drupal Diversity & Inclusion: Building a Stronger Community

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): dmkelner, rubyji

Diverse communities are strong communities, and Drupal is less diverse than we would like. Open source has the potential to transform society for the better, but we are currently missing out on much of that opportunity.

Session Track: Business + Community
Technical Level: Beginner

Drupal for Gov - Our experience with ATF.gov

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): stephencross, sparmstron, hadiza.buge@atf.gov

When taking a law enforcement website from one platform to the next, it can seem like a daunting task with various stakeholders at play.

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Beginner

Drupal GovCon: The Making

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): bendygirl

Ever wonder what it takes to make Drupal GovCon a thing?

Ever wonder how we started and why the name change (Looking at you Drupal Gov Days and Capital Camp)?

Ever wonder about our budget or teams?

Session Track: Business + Community
Technical Level: Beginner

Drupal Hosted on Kubernetes

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): suniltaneja

Run Drupal and other workloads such as SOLR, Elastic, Redis or Memcache in Kubernetes. In-depth analysis of which services are much more suited for Kubernetes.

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

Drupal O&M and Governance for Government Agencies.

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): jimlockett

This session would be a panel of government IT managers that have implemented Drupal and present a discussion on how they manage operations & maintenance in their agencies. What processes do they follow to manage new releases release.

Session Track: Project and Team Management
Technical Level: Intermediate

Drupal's Growth in Healthcare

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): spacoli

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/wv3BgeQnRVE

Session Track: Business (Gov, Non-Profit, Commercial)
Technical Level: Beginner

Dyslexia tools - A good idea for 508+?

Conference Year:
2019
Presenter(s): gillick, ptsao

Accessibility is a big deal for government websites. Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act covers sight, hearing, Parkinson’s -- all sorts of challenges.

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

Easing into Drupal 8 Development

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): mikemadison

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

Session Track: Back End
Technical Level: Beginner

EEOC.gov – Modernized Experience & Performance on Drupal 8

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): bencoit

Ten-plus years since its last platform update, EEOC.gov recently underwent a complete redesign and re-platform to better serve its constituents by moving to Drupal 8 on Microsoft Azure. In this session, you’ll hear from the EEOC.gov build team.…

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

Embracing Continuous Delivery and Blue/Green Deployments with Drupal 7 and 8

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): emilyscala

When’s the last time you had a production release go off bug-free with zero downtime? Now when’s the last time you did it twenty times in a day?

Session Track: Site Building
Technical Level: Advanced

Empowering Site Owners by Developing Custom Views Plugins

Conference Year:
2020
Presenter(s): nJim

Views is an indispensable tool for Drupal site builders - allowing them to create complex queries and displays without writing a single line of code. But too often developers like myself avoid these interfaces.

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Enhance Content Discovery

Conference Year:
2017
Presenter(s): wwhurley

Session Recording: https://youtu.be/YKhfGg7Or9M

Session Track: Back End
Technical Level: Intermediate

Ensuring Quality through Automated Visual Regression Testing

Conference Year:
2016
Presenter(s): mikemadison

Deploying a site is easy; having confidence that it works as intended after the build is hard.  In this talk, we will outline our automated build workflow and show how we have integrated automated testing to ensure that builds don’t break sites…

Session Track: Coding and Development
Technical Level: Intermediate

Entity References gone wild: How relationships can sink your project.

Conference Year:
2018
Presenter(s): japerry

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?

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