The Business ecosystem around Drupal is changing. Best practice is emerging. Being a leader in the technology itself is no longer enough to differentiate your business from all the other digital agencies competing for a slice of the pie. We need to master the art and science of Business analysis to ensure we're delivering the best value for our clients.
Strategies to Building Local Communities, this has been a sought out topic in the Governance Committee over the last 6 months. The workshop is to bring interested participants from across the globe to share their ideas and views on the same.
The Workshop will validate the Why? and crowd source the Hows?
We've created a cooperative, empathy-building board game, that draws on ideas from Serious Play and cross-cultural movements like DevOps. Come play Rhino Rescue with us!
This workshop will demonstrate the value of integrating Pattern Lab into a Drupal theme, and will give practical experience configuring Pattern Lab into your theme architecture, building components in Pattern Lab, mapping Drupal templates to our Pattern Lab templates, and mapping Pattern Lab patterns to Drupal layouts, field groups, or views.
Although this session is based at newer users, I aim to go over the basics of Docker and would relish some mentors to assist users. We will aim to make it as practical and hands-on as possible. So, come along, learn how to get started with Drupal on Docker and how it can be used for managing better software.
The frontend ecosystem and especially the React community is very large and confusing to new developers. This workshop aims to provide a gentle introduction to developers used to the traditional Drupal theming approach how they might use React in the wild today.
It will be a very practical step-by-step coding guide with explanations (where needed) how a simple decoupled client can be built from scratch.
In this action-packed Varnish workshop, the mission is to bridge the gap between code and infrastructure from a web performance point of view. Varnish will be the primary tool to perform HTTP-based caching that will make our sites, applications & webservices bulletproof.
How do you tell if a change you made to your website has unintended side effects? Security updates should rarely result in anything changing visually, but how can you be sure?