Whether you're the client assembling the requirements for a web project or the vendor developing a proposal to meet them, you have the same goal: getting a great product online.
You manage a site for an organization which can be broken down into smaller groups; individual "microsites", each a little website unto itself, having members, menus, content, taxonomy, etc.
You know you have to meet 508/WCAG 2.0 standards, but they always seems to get neglected in your redesigns and content revisions.
Speaker(s): siva.reddy, Todd.Blumenthal
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/V12gByiqb8A
I set out to build the best user Authoring Experience for my Drupal based systems a few years ago.
What happens when you encounter a project that seems broken beyond repair, but for whatever reasons, a brand-new fresh start is not possible?
You may run into the following challenges with these "broken projects":
Voice Assistants are beginning to play a large part in our everyday lives - with the popularity of Amazon Alexa growing, organizations will need to consider how to best extend their omni-channel content strategy to include delivery of content on…
This session offers a behind the scenes look at FDA.gov’s migration to Drupal 8.
"...if we could get 200 Drupalers in a room and we could do an unconference?" And that was me, sitting under an escalator with my partners in crime coming up with the plan to do our first Capital Camp. Today, we planned for over 1000 attendees.…
It's often difficult for Project Managers, CIOs or other leadership to understand "computer stuff".
We often think of DevOps in a siloed context (eg one project at a time), but having an organizational DevOps plan/strategy and some cross project standardization is really how you benefit.
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/ZvUMo_kZqSk
Have your own servers? Why not Host Your Own?
Since long before the rollout of the 2003 Department of Defense memo on Open Source use, government employees have pushed for the ability to evaluate and choose open source software.
This presentation is about making the call between writing custom code and using contributed modules. There will be no code snippets; it is more of a high-level look at Drupal customization and its pros and cons.
Drupal has emerged as a powerful platform to help governments successfully manage open data initiatives.
Did you know that if you print out all of the federal requirements for digital website it is over 2 inches thick?! How do you keep up with everything that is out there? How do you ensure that your organization is complying and provide accurate…
Many times, team members feel like they can't mentor others unless they are a manager or a team lead. However, mentoring allows for growth of both senior team members and junior team members.
I drank the Drupal community Kool Aid about 7 years ago at a moment in my life when I was looking for more than just a CMS.
This presentation will be a very high-level look at the different benefits, challenges, and advantages of making the shift to Docker.
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/khFbx34nReA
Do you have to perform a migration from a legacy system to Drupal 8?
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/tKvg_p6aKYY
Websites are often likened to field of architecture, whether in describing content organization (i.e. site architecture) or the act of “building a website” akin to that of a structure.
Do your colleagues call you Speedbump because you get thrown under the bus a lot? Are you frantically scheduling meetings to deal with a phantom stakeholder's great new idea? Do you feel like you suffer from impostor syndrome?
Session Recording: https://youtu.be/6O1O-AnRqBk