What attendees will gain:
Let the Project Flow: Front end and PM lessons learned from building a Drupal 8 website for one of the nation’s largest water utilities
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/ZfN5w_Y3m7k
Giving up a manual task to automate it can feel like something straight out of a science fiction story like “Westworld”. Giving up the time required to innovate process improvements is also a difficult pill to swallow.
Whether it is for re-using the same code or deploying a bug fix or just for better document management, one of the most important leaps any site builder will ever take in their path towards becoming a developer is learning a version control…
While many government agencies have moved to incorporate Agile methods into their web development practices in recent years, there are still just as many who are reluctant to make the shift for a variety of reasons (i.e.
Drupal’s extensibility allow us to create the perfect CMS for our organizations. But too often the same level of design is not considered when building out the editorial interfaces.
This session digs into how content moderation has been used over 2 years on a production Drupal 8 website with over 4,000 user authored nodes and a complex content approval process.
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/MV0p7GfzbJ0
No one likes a slow web page. People’s attention spans are short. Every second of additional load time can cost you user engagement and less time spent on page.
We are told that we just need to take a vacation, buy something nice, or achieve work/life balance. But those action do not get to the heart of burnout. Within days, the stress returns as fierce as ever.
So your team has gone agile?
If you site is not running on a CDN, you are missing out. Modern websites receive enormous benefits in terms of speed & reliability when utilizing a content delivery network - and setting one up for your site has never been easier.
“Is my content strategy working?” “Do I need to do something different?” “Am I spending my budget effectively?” These are the questions that keep senior leadership awake at night.
Media is now in core! Feel free to break out into your happy dance at any point while reading this abstract. Let's be honest...handling media in Drupal has been a nightmare in the past. Now that media is in core—thanks to the Drupal Media Team…
Even though migration has come a long way since D7, there are still numerous opportunities for headaches.
This session is a case study of three issues I faced and how I resolved them:
Is your team gearing up to migrate a site into Drupal 8? In this presentation, I’ll walk through the steps I’ve taken to prep my developer for a Drupal 8 migration. Topics covered will include the following:
Unfortunately, when developing WCAG2, the Working Group did not envision the current world where mobile is almost ubiquitous.
We all know the importance of designing websites for mobile. But what about designing content for mobile?
Unit tests are a critical tool for development, ensuring that classes and functions aren't inadvertently broken by new code.
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/QOmOGbgNyJ0
Do you have a team that has lost their stride and lost interest in their work? Do you understand what really drives teams to perform their best?
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/UIB4bXesx3Q
For ages people have been building Drupal Multi-sites to handle similar but different websites. The allure of updating a single code base while maintaining separate databases was and still is very appealing.
Having tackled two multilingual builds in the past year, one with just 2 languages and the next with 5 (!) -- including a Right-to-Left language -- we want to share what we've learned.
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/Tvmu2VuK7Hg
Delivering Sites at Scale: Platform Approaches in Government