Finding a job using Drupal can feel intimidating or overwhelming, especially if you are starting your career or want to transition from another industry. But with some preparation and the right mindset, there are incredible opportunities!
In 2022, the Drupal Community Health Team began the process of updating the project's 12-year old code of conduct. This session will provide an overview of the approach the team took to this task, including:
You're about ready to launch your new website - great! But what about the content? As web design has shifted to place more importance on a delightful user experience via features and functionalities, it’s easy to save the nuts and bolts of content strategy for the end of a project.
When a decoupled project begins one of the hardest parts that I’ve found is setting up a local environment to simulate all of the necessary components. How will the CMS be served? How will the decoupled front end be displayed? What about the dev server for rendering previews?
We often hear talk about Services and Dependency Injection. In many cases we even use them without necessarily understanding what the benefit is. But when we do that, we don't necessarily get much out of services.
BoFs take place this year on Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Use the form below to "pre-submit" a BoF topic and we'll reserve a spot on the board for you. BoFs can also be scheduled in-person on the day of the event.
Starting with the basics, lets go through the best practices and usage of composer and how you can use many of the commands to get out of some sticky situations and diagnose the problem you are experiencing. These will
I have just recently made the jump from Jr Dev to Mid Level developer. At times I would become frustrated because I thought I was behaving and coding the way a mid level dev does but wasn't getting the opportunity to move up.