Drupal Give

Our organization is not only using Drupal, but also contributes back to the community and to the project by writing modules and themes, participating in forums, presenting at conferences, organizing Drupal events, and more.

This page is a tribute to the contributors. It displays the highlights of our give-backs to the community. It is our part of the /drupalgive initiative. You can find more contributions on our Drupal.org organization page.

Aimee Degnan

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2018 - Healing a Broken Project

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...

Presenter
New England Drupal Camp 2017 - The Multilingual Makeover: A Side-By-Side Comparison Of Drupal 7 And Drupal 8

This session is a side-by-side comparison of ugly Drupal 7 configuration and beautiful Drupal 8 configuration. What took 20+ modules in Drupal 7, takes 4 in Drupal 8, with...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - The Multilingual Makeover! A side-by-side comparison of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

Just like any good makeover story, the presentation gives you an overview of the before (in D7) and after (in D8) of how your site can be made multilingual. If you were...

Trainer
New England Drupal Camp 2017 - Drupal 8 Multilingual Websites

It's hard for some of us to believe but not everyone speaks English! ;) Reaching audiences from different countries and with different language preferences can boost site...

Presenter
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - What Do You Want To Do When You Grow Up?

"What do you want to do when you grow up?" is a question we use as an ice breaker for interviews, one-on-ones, and learning / growth plan discussions. It always brings a...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - I'm A Scrumberjack, and I'm OK

Aimee will guide you through the steps necessary to be a successful Scrumberjack. From backlog prioritization to flannel wearing and everything in between. If you are...

Presenter
Drupal Camp LA 2017 - Fostering Diversity in the Professional Drupal Community

A panel discussion about how to foster diversity and inclusion in the professional Drupal community. This is intended to be an honest conversation about where our industry...

Presenter
PMI Silicon Valley Symposium 2017 - Healing a Broken Project

What happens when you encounter a project that seems broken beyond repair, but for whatever reasons, a brand-new fresh start is not possible.

How do you even start...

Presenter
Stanford Camp 2017 - Planning & Managing Migrations

There are many moving parts in a migration project compared to a new website build. Ensure your migration is a success with these architectural guidelines, helpful...

Presenter
SFDUG April 2018 - What mix of DevOps fit my needs?

Navigating DevOps tools and techniques can be a daunting task, even for the most seasoned DevOps engineers. The landscape is always evolving. New tools surface, old tools...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - What Do You Want To Do When You Grow Up?

"What do you want to do when you grow up?" is a question we use as an ice breaker for interviews, one-on-ones, and learning / growth plan discussions. It always brings a...

Presenter
BADCamp 2016 - The Making of BADCamp

The BADCamp making-of session, along with organizer commentary.

Presenter
Stanford Camp 2017 – (Don't Fear) The Features - Now for Drupal 8!

 Does Features make you want to break your guitar? Do you wonder why that #[email protected] feature won't revert? Think you should...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 - Business Summit

The Drupal Business Summit is a one-day business event held on Monday at the Baltimore Convention Center. 

Presenter
New England Drupal Camp 2017 - Keynote - Inclusion And Diversity In The Ever-Growing Global Digital Marketplace.

Keynote: Inclusion And Diversity In The Ever-Growing Global Digital Marketplace.

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2017 - Planning & Managing Migrations

Drupal 8 is great! Yay! Now it’s time to migrate!

There are many moving parts in a migration project compared to a new website build. Ensure your migration is a...

Presenter
BADCamp 2016 - I'm a Scrumberjack and I'm OK!

This session will cover how to prioritize and maintain a Product Backlog within a Scrum/Kanban environment that balances "keeping the lights on" with new product features...

Contributor
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Business Summit

The Drupal Business Summit is a one-day business event held on Monday at the Nashville Music City Center.

Join us for a candid peer discussion and networking with...

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2017 - Harness the Power of View Modes!

View Modes are the site-building glue that brings your content strategy, design, media strategy, and UX development together to actually create your web displays...

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - Drupal & SEO BoF

Search Engine Optimization is an ever-changing art that mixes both web tech best practices and a keen content strategy.  All topics about SEO are open for discussion!  In...

Presenter
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - What mix of DevOps "things" is right for my needs?

Navigating all of the DevOps tools and techniques available can be a daunting task, even for the most seasoned DevOps engineers. The DevOps landscape is always evolving - ...

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - I'm a Scrumberjack and I'm OK!

This session will cover how to prioritize and maintain a Product Backlog within a Scrum/Kanban environment that balances "keeping the lights on" with new product features...

Presenter
Drupal Camp LA 2017 - Planning & Managing Migrations

Drupal 8 is great! Yay! Now it’s time to migrate!

There are many moving parts in a migration project compared to a new website build. Ensure your migration is a...

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - The Multilingual Makeover: A side-by-side comparison of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

Hello! Ciao! Hola! Salom! Hai! Elo!

We live in a global, interconnected world, and building websites that support multiple languages and countries is good for...

Trainer
BADCamp 2017 - Supercharged SEO & Accessibility

SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can translate into more visitors, better conversions, and more sales.

...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – Planning & Managing Migrations

There are many moving parts in a migration project compared to a new website build. Ensure your migration is a success with these architectural guidelines, helpful...

Presenter
Drupal Camp LA 2017 - Harness the Power of View Modes!

View Modes are the site-building glue that brings your content strategy, design, media strategy, and UX development together to actually create your web displays.

...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – Harness the Power of View Modes!

View Modes are the site-building glue that brings your content strategy, design, media strategy, and UX development together to actually create your web displays...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – BoF - Harness the Power of View Modes! - Follow-up deep dive discussion

Let's talk about the use and abuse of View Modes in D7 and D8. :D

View modes are a powerful part of a Site Builder and a Developer's toolkit. We will review the...

Presenter
BADCamp 2017 - Healing a Broken Project

What happens when you encounter a project that seems broken beyond repair, but for whatever reasons, a brand-new fresh start is not possible.

How do you even start...

Presenter
NYCCamp 2015 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide To The SEO Galaxy

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can......

Presenter
Online Webinar - Pantheon Migration Webinar

Pantheon Migration Webinar & Case Study

Trainer
Stanford Drupal Camp 2015 - Drupal 8 Multilingual Hands On Lab

Over a thousand people participated in the issues around improving multilingual features and APIs in Drupal 8 for the past three years. There are around a thousand issues...

Volunteer
DrupalCon Mentor

DrupalCon Mentor

Amsterdam 2014

Presenter
BADCamp 2014 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide To the SEO Galaxy w/ Kristen Pol

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can...

Presenter
DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 - Contributing to Drupal as a Small Business

A win-win approach for contributing to Drupal as a small business.

Presenter
East Bay DUG - April 2014 - Don't Fear the Features, Now With More Cowbell

Does Features make you want to break your guitar? Do you wonder why that #[email protected] feature won’t revert? Think you should put all your stuff in one huge feature and just hope...

Presenter
San Francisco DUG 2014 - Managing Relationships: A Conversation for Drupal Professionals w/ Jordan Koplowicz

Building web sites isn't just about Drupal. Web projects are people working together towards a common goal – creating a web site. For money.

...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2013 - Managing a Drupal Program & Parallel Development Initiative

Don't let the title fool you, in this context "program" doesn't refer to Drupal as software, but to multiple concurrent projects aligned toward a unified goal. Persons...

Trainer
NYCCamp 2015 - Multilingual Hands-On Training (Drupal 8) w/ Kristen Pol

Over a thousand people participated in the issues around improving multilingual features and APIs in Drupal 8 for the past three years. There are around a thousand issues...

Presenter
BADCamp 2015 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide to the SEO Galaxy

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can...

Attendee
BADCamp Business Summit

Attendee at BADCamp Business Summit 2012

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2014 - Don't Fear the Features, Now With More Cowbell

Does Features make you want to break your guitar? Do you wonder why that #[email protected] feature won’t revert? Think you should put all your stuff in one huge feature and just hope...

Presenter
Drupal Camp Montreal 2015 - I'm a Scrumberjack and I'm OK! Managing Your Scrum Product Backlog for Drupal

Are you using Agile and Scrum project management methodologies for your own site or for your clients?  Is the backlog of work CRAZY HUGE!  Is it riddled with suggestions...

Presenter
Drupal Camp Sacramento 2013 - Freelancer to Drupal Shop

Starting a Drupal shop isn't just about getting talented resources, wonderful clients and making stellar websites. Being a business owner comes with a massive amount of...

Presenter
Drupal Camp Montreal 2014 - Drupal 8 Multilingual Overview

D8 Multilingual Overview...

Trainer
BADCamp 2014 - Drupal 7 Multilingual Hands On Training w/ Kristen Pol

This workshop will be an at-your-own-pace training using the Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites book as tutorial.

Sponsor
BADCamp Individual Sponsor

Individual Sponsor for BADCamp

2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 -2011 - 2010

Presenter
Drupal Camp Montreal 2015 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide to SEO

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can...

Presenter
Drupal Camp Sacramento 2013 - Practical & Tactical - Managing a Drupal Program

Managing a Drupal Program

Trainer
DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 - Drupal 8 multilingual hands-on w/ Gabor Hojtsy

This lab aims to provide a hands-on way showing you around all the great improvements and gives tips as to how to best utilise the new solutions. We will also talk about...

Presenter
DrupalCon Austin 2014 - (Don't Fear) The Features, now with More Cowbell w/ Kristen Pol

Does Features make you want to break your guitar? Do you wonder why that #[email protected] feature won’t revert? Think you should put all your stuff in one huge feature and just hope...

Presenter
SANDCamp 2014 - Features Gone Wild

Does Features make you want to break your guitar? Do you wonder why that #[email protected] feature won’t revert? Think you should put all your stuff in one huge feature and just hope...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2014 - Zicasso Case Study: The Million Node Migration

Zicasso Case Study: The Million Node Migration

Presenter
Drupal Camp Sacramento 2015 - Multilingual Module Madness

Configuring a multilingual site in Drupal 7 is not for the faint of heart. If you search for i18n-related modules on drupal.org, you’ll find more than 100 listed! So,......

Attendee
DrupalCon Business Summit

Attendance at DrupalCon Business Summit

Baltimore 2017- NOLA 2016 - Los Angeles 2015 - Barcelona 2015 - Austin 2014 - Amsterdam 2014 - Portland 2013

Trainer
NYCCamp 2015 - Multilingual Hands-On Training (Drupal 7) w/ Kristen Pol

It's hard for some of us to believe but not everyone speaks English! ;) Reaching audiences from different countries and with different language preferences can boost site...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2013 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide to the SEO Galaxy

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can...

Volunteer
DrupalCon Core Sprint Volunteer

DrupalCon Core Sprint Volunteer

Los Angeles 2015 - Portland 2013

Presenter
Silicon Valley DUG - June 2015 - Drupal 8 Multilingual Overview

In this presentation, Aimee explores the great improvements to the multilingual platform in Drupal 8 and how it will benefit the global community of Drupal users and its...

Trainer
BADCamp 2012 - Drupal 7 Multilingual Hands On Training w/ Kristen Pol

This workshop will be an at-your-own-pace training using the Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites book as tutorial.

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2015 - Contributing to Drupal as a Small Business - A Win-Win Approach

We are all powered by Drupal, so let's keep it running! Every single contributor makes a difference to the community. Business owners of all sizes have a unique...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2013 - From Freelancer to Drupal Shop: The things they forgot to tell you

Starting a Drupal shop isn't just about getting talented resources, wonderful clients and making stellar websites. Being a business owner comes with a massive amount of...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp - Drupal SEO Basics

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can...

Presenter
Sacramento Drupal Camp - 2013

Presentation of SEO Best practices and the Freelancer to Drupal shop presentation originally shown at Stanford.

Presenter
BADCamp 2012 - DRUPAL SEO BASICS

When properly configured, Drupal is a very SEO-friendly web framework. The trick is to know which ...

Lindsay Gaudinier

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2018 - Drupal 8 Custom Module Architecture: What’s Going On?

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...

Presenter
Drupal North 2016 - Drupal and SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is vital to websites that want to increase their visibility and get to the top rank on search engines. Navigating the sea of Drupal SEO...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - Things everyone assumed I knew, but I did not.

Even Sherlock Holmes doesn’t know everything. There are simply too many acronyms and technologies to understand. This talk will discuss some of the concepts I’ve touched,...

Presenter
BADCamp 2017 - Ready, Git Set, Go!

Let’s go over the jargon and basic set up of git in a safe space. Git is a magical gift from Linus Torvalds, but it is also a monster that needs its occasional blood...

Presenter
Stanford Camp 2017 - On Your Mark, Git Set, Go!

Let's go over the jargon and basic setup of git in a safe space. Gitis a magical gift from Linus Torvalds, but it also a monster that...

Adam Bergstein

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2018 - Can We Figure This Drupal Component Thing Out Already?

Over the last two years our community has seen the rise of countless solutions to implement design systems and components within Drupal. During the same period across...

Presenter
Drupal GovCon 2018 - The Hero’s Journey Keynote

Drupal is one of the largest and longest-standing Open Source communities; yet, it can feel difficult to make an impact. How do you find your place in such a large and...

Volunteer
Florida Drupal Camp 2018 - Contribution Sprint Volunteer

 Contribution Sprint Volunteer

Author
Block Type Templates

Block Type Templates maintained by Adam Bergstein.

Drupal 8 core does not provide support for theme suggestions for custom block type Twig templates.

Having...

Presenter
MidCamp 2018 - Component-based Drupal

Component-based Drupal presentation

Presenter
Florida Drupal Camp 2018 - Security in Practice: Tools and Techniques

Security is not a one-time activity that is performed and completed. A mature operation promotes continuous improvement in an ever evolving landscape of threats and...

Presenter
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Drupal and Coffee BoF

Join Adam Bergstein (Nerdstein) to talk about all things coffee!

Contributor
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Government Summit

Since the launch of the open gov initiative, Drupal has really taken off. Designers, developers and site builders have flocked to the government to create truly unique and...

Presenter
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Community Convos: Governance Retrospective

A community conversation is a space for community initiatives to discuss what they're working on with the community. 

As part of ongoing efforts to improve Drupal's...

Presenter
MidCamp 2018 - My Journey to Understanding Technical Leadership

Great technologists often rise through the ranks, assuming responsibilities that go beyond just delivering technical work. This talk reflects on my journey from an...

John Q.T. Nguyen

Volunteer
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Mentor - First-Time Sprinter Workshop

sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal'...

Chris Darke

Volunteer
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Mentor - First-Time Sprinter Workshop

sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal'...

Trainer
BADCamp 2017 - Supercharged SEO & Accessibility

SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can translate into more visitors, better conversions, and more sales.

...

Presenter
BADCamp 2016 - At First, Let Yourself Be "Bad" At Drupal 8

Dabbling and hacking with new technology has been my own deconstructive routine since tearing apart ATARI cartridges so they’d be easier to carry as smaller chips. I began...

Co-Maintainer
New Relic RPM Integration Project

Co-maintained by Joseph Flatt

New Relic RPM is an excellent tool for improving and monitoring your Drupal installation. Visit ...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – Setting up a Front End Development environment for Drupal 8

Modern theming is getting more and more complex. This session will walk you through the steps to setup your theme development environment in Drupal 8. Topics will include...

Presenter
Stanford Camp 2017 – Make a View with K2!

Views are now a part of core in Drupal 8 and are more powerful than ever! Most of us know how to make a basic view and...

Presenter
BADCamp 2017 - Inclusive Development: Using Style Guides to Improve Website Accessibility

We wear a lot of hats as front-end developers. Depending on the client or company you work for, you may be the designer, UX/UI specialist, site-builder, QA tester, and...

Presenter
BADCamp 2016 - Setting up a front end development environment for Drupal 8

Modern theming is getting more and more complex. This session will walk you through the steps to setup your theme development environment in Drupal 8. Topics will include...

Presenter
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Core Accessibility: Building Inclusivity into the Drupal Project

Drupal has come a long way in terms of accessibility over the years. In Drupal core specifically, we have been making good strides incorporating accessibility best...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - A crash course in speaking Drupal

Ever overhear two Drupalers talking and wonder if they they were actually discussing something or just speaking gibberish for an improv skit? We've all been there, and...

Co-Maintainer
Drupal 8 multilingual demo

Co-Maintainer along with Gábor Hojtsy...

Presenter
Florida Drupal Camp 2018 - Living Personas: A Hands-On Accessibility Experience

In this interactive experience, we will start off by talking about how people with disabilities use the internet and how we can make websites more inclusive. Once you’re...

Presenter
Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit 2015 - Multilingual Module Madness! - Which i18n modules do you really need?

Configuring a multilingual site in Drupal 7 is not for the faint of heart. If you search for i18n-related modules on drupal.org, you’ll find more than 100 listed! So,...

Presenter
BADCamp 2015 - Conversational Drupal

Conversational Drupal: A Crash Course in Drupal Jargon

Presenter
Santa Cruz DUG 2015 - Front End Web Design

Front End Web Design Presentation at SCDUG

Volunteer
DrupalCon Mentor

DrupalCon Mentor

Los Angeles 2015

Hook 42

Co-Maintainer
Easy Breadcrumb Project

Contributions by Jeff Mahoney and AmyJune Hineline.

The Easy Breadcrumb module provides a plug-and-play block to be embedded in your pages,...

Sponsor
BADCamp 2017

Contrib Level sponsor at BADCamp 2017

Co-Maintainer
New Relic RPM Integration Project

Co-maintained by Joseph Flatt

New Relic RPM is an excellent tool for improving and monitoring your Drupal installation. Visit ...

Co-Maintainer
Twitter Project

Contributions from Jason Flatt and Daniel Rose

The Twitter module provides API integration with the Twitter microblogging service.

Co-Maintainer
Hubspot API Project

Co-maintained by Adam Bergstein

The main purpose of this module is to provide a Drupal-friendly API integration with Hubspot. It is mainly for developers. This...

Sponsor
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Women in Drupal Reception

The Women in Drupal team invite you to come, meet, and mingle with other women in Drupal. We will have light  appetizers available, provided by our wonderful sponsors and...

Sponsor
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – Women in Drupal Event

The Women in Drupal team invite you to come, meet, and mingle with other women in Drupal. We will have light  appetizers available, provided by our wonderful sponsors and...

Co-Maintainer
simplytest.me Project

Co-maintained by Adam Bergstein

An online service that provides on-demand sandbox environments for evaluating drupal.org projects like modules, themes and...

Maintainer
Admin Status Project

Co-maintained by Jeff Mahoney, Chris Darke, Kristen Pol, Lindsay Gaudinier, and Darryl Richman

The Admin Status module allows certain messages to be shown on the...

Trainer
BADCamp 2016 - Supercharged SEO

SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can translate into more visitors, better conversions, and more sales. This is why people care...

Co-Maintainer
Password Policy Project

Co-maintained by Adam Bergstein

The Password Policy module provides a way to enforce restrictions on user passwords by defining password policies.

Sponsor
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - Women in Drupal Reception

The Women in Drupal team invite you to come, meet, and mingle with other women in Drupal. This year's Women in Drupal event will be held at the historic and wonderful ...

Trainer
BADCamp 2016 - Drupal 8 Multilingual Website

It's hard for some of us to believe but not everyone speaks English! ;) Reaching audiences from different countries and with different language preferences can boost site...

Sponsor
DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015 + Women in Drupal Event

Module Level Sponsor for DrupalCon 2015

Sponsor for Women in Drupal Event in Los Angeles

Sponsor
DrupalCon Austin 2014

Drupal Love Level Sponsor at DrupalCon

Sponsor
BADCamp 2015

Supporting Level Sponsor for BADCamp 2015

Organizer for BADCamp 2015

Sponsor
Drupal Camp Montreal 2015

Silver Level Sponsor at Drupal Camp Montreal 2015

Co-Maintainer
Drupal 8 Multilingual Demo

Demo Created by Jeff Mahoney, Kristen Pol & Aimee Degnan.

Drupal 8 distribution to provide a demonstration of some key multilingual features in this Drupal...

Sponsor
BADCamp 2013

Supporting Level Sponsor for BADCamp 2013

Sponsor
BADCamp 2014

Gamma Level Sponsor for BADCamp 2014

Kristen Pol

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - Teaching Drupal to Kids and Teens: Brainstorming and Sharing Resources BoF

We will brainstorm and share resources for how best to teach Drupal to kids and teens.

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - The Developer's Toolbox: Tips and tricks for faster development

Developers always want to go faster. Repetitive tasks are mind-numbing so we figure out how to make them easy or automated. I've learned new methods for making development...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - The Dark side of Drupal

No one is perfect and we all make mistakes. Making mistakes helps us learn and grow and do better work. But, sometimes we don't even realize we are "doing it wrong" until...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - Where's the fire? AKA: My site is down... now what?

 Your site has gone down. Or maybe it's limping along. Now what? Come to Kristen's session and find out the best steps to take before and during this heart-pounding event...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - Case Study – Cantor Arts Center Drupal 8 Redesign

In the spring of 2017, Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center came to Hook 42 with a project to redesign their aging website with a shiny new Drupal 8 website that would allow the...

Presenter
BADCamp 2017 - A/B Testing with Optimizely

A/B testing can be a useful technique for identifying how changes on web pages affect user engagement and conversions. There are several tools available to implement A/B...

Presenter
DrupalCon Vienna 2017 - A/B Testing with Optimizely

A/B testing can be a useful technique for identifying how changes on web pages affect user engagement and conversions. There are several tools available to implement A/B...

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - The Multilingual Makeover: A side-by-side comparison of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

Hello! Ciao! Hola! Salom! Hai! Elo!

We live in a global, interconnected world, and building websites that support multiple languages and countries is good for...

Presenter
DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 – Understanding the Dark Side: An Analysis of Drupal (and Other) Worst Practices

No one is perfect and we all make mistakes. Making mistakes helps us learn and grow and do better work. But, sometimes we don't even realize we are "doing it wrong" until...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 - The Multilingual Makeover! A side-by-side comparison of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

Just like any good makeover story, the presentation gives you an overview of the before (in D7) and after (in D8) of how your site can be made multilingual. If you were...

Presenter
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016 - Where's the fire? AKA: My site is down... now what?

Anyone who's ever supported a website dreads the call or text (or pager alert... wow, that's old school) saying the site is down. Your heart starts pounding. You worry...

Presenter
BADCamp 2016 - Content Architecture in Drupal 7 vs Drupal 8

Content architecture in Drupal 8 has changed, mostly in positive ways.

  1. Before Paragraphs, Field Collections was a popular choice for Drupal 7 sites if you...
Volunteer
DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Core Conversations Track Chair

DrupalCon is brought to you by the Drupal Association with support from an amazing team of volunteers and partners from around the world.

For DrupalCon Nashville,...

Presenter
Silicon Valley DUG - July 2012 - Zero to Go in 13 Days: The Dev Stuff

Case Study of Enmetric.com

Presenter
DrupalCamp Chicago 2010 - Migrating A Custom Module from D6 to D7

Migrating A Custom Module from D6 to D7...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2015 - Drupal Site Tuneup - Vroom Vroom

During the development process, your site goes through many changes as you figure out which modules to use, solidify your content types and views, configure features, and...

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2014 - Drupal Site Tuneup - Vroom Vroom

At some point, you need to slow down and make time to do a site tuneup to get rid of old cruft and keep the site humming along. Ideally, this would happen before launch...

Trainer
BADCamp 2013 - Drupal 7 Multilingual Hands On Training w/ Aimee Degnan

This workshop will be an at-your-own-pace training using the Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites book as tutorial.

Presenter
Unconference @ DrupalCon San Francisco 2010 - Drupal SEO Basics: A Drupaler's Guide to the SEO Galaxy

In case you've been living in a cave (or maybe a Vogon ship's cabin) the last few years, SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization." Improving your website's SEO can......

Trainer
BADCamp 2015 - Drupal Multilingual for D7 and D8! w/ Aimee Degnan

Training Spotlights

  • Level: Beginning / Intermediate Site Builder
  • Understanding multilingual website concepts
  • Drupal 7...
Volunteer
DrupalCon Mentor

DrupalCon Mentor

Los Angeles 2015 - Austin 2014

Presenter
DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015 - Multilingual module madness! Which i18n modules do you really need?

Configuring a multilingual site in Drupal 7 is not for the faint of heart. If you search for i18n-related modules on drupal.org, you’ll find more than 100 listed! So,...

Sponsor
BADCamp Individual Sponsor

Individual Sponsor for BADCamp

2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 -2011 - 2010

Presenter
Stanford Design4Drupal Camp 2010 - Drupal Galleries Using Dynamic Display Block (DDBlock)

A talk on building Drupal image galleries using the Dynamic Display Block (DDBlock) module

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2014 - Migrating From Drupal to Drupal

Migrating from Drupal to Drupal

Presenter
Stanford Drupal Camp 2015 - Multilingual module madness! Which i18n modules do you really need?

Configuring a multilingual site in Drupal 7 is not for the faint of heart. If you search for i18n-related modules on drupal.org, you’ll find more than 100 listed! So,...

Presenter
BADCamp 2015 - Understanding the Dark Side: An Analysis of Drupal (and Other!) Worst Practices

No one is perfect and we all make mistakes. Making mistakes helps us learn and grow and do better work. But, sometimes we don't even realize we are "doing it wrong" until...

Presenter
DrupalCon Austin 2014 - Drupal Site Tuneup - Vroom vroom!

At some point, you need to slow down and make time to do a site tuneup to get rid of old cruft and keep the site humming along. Ideally, this would happen before launch....

Volunteer
DrupalCon Core Sprint Volunteer

DrupalCon Core Sprint Volunteer

Los Angeles 2015 - Portland 2013

Presenter
BADCamp 2010 - Drupal SEO Basics

I gave a presentation on Drupal SEO Basics. This is pretty much the same session I gave at the...

Presenter
BADCamp 2012 - Features in the Real World

The Features module is a must when developing Drupal sites to ensure you keep as much configuration as possible in code as well as to help facilitate sharing configuration...

Presenter
Multilingual module madness! Which i18n modules do you really need?

Configuring a multilingual site in Drupal 7 is not for the faint of heart. If you search for i18n-related modules on drupal.org, you’ll find more than 100 listed! So,...

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East Bay DUG - Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites

Our goal will be to discuss the most important modules for creating a multilingual Drupal 7 site but we will also touch upon some optional modules that might make sense...

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2010 - Drupal Galleries Using Dynamic Display Block

 I presented a talk on building Drupal image galleries using the Dynamic Display Block (DDBlock) module at the Stanford Design4Drupal camp 

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2012 - Creating multilingual Drupal 7 websites (part one)

Why should you create a Drupal website that supports more than one language or a language besides English?

  • There are more non-English native speakers in the...
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BADCamp 2009 - Drupal SEO

I gave a Drupal SEO presentation at the recent BADCamp in Berkeley along with...

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2013 - Multilingual module madness

We will cover:

  • Must-use modules like i18n and friends
  • Core content translation vs....
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Featured Content Module

The Featured Content module lets you very easily create related/featured content blocks on your Drupal site. This module is useful if you have non-technical users who need...

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Multilingual Book Demo

A distribution for the Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites book demo...

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SEO Friend

The Drupal SEO Friend module is meant to be used along side existing Drupal SEO...

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Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites
  • Prepare your Drupal site to handle content in different languages easily
  • Apply the numerous multilingual modules to your Drupal site and configure it for any...

Daniel Rose

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DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Mentor - First-Time Sprinter Workshop

sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal'...

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New England Drupal Camp 2017 - Dred(Itor) The Issue Queue? Don't - It's Simple(Lytest) To Git In!

Every newbie dreams of being a contributor to the Drupal project. But where do you begin? And more importantly, what are some of the tools to help navigate the adventure...

AmyJune Hineline

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DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Mentor - First-Time Sprinter Workshop

sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal'...

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Drupal Camp LA 2017 - Dred(Itor) The Issue Queue? Don't - It's Simple(Lytest) To Git In!

Most Drupallers dream of being a contributor to the Drupal project. But where do you begin? And more importantly, what are some of the tools to help navigate the adventure...

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BADCamp Individual Sponsor

Individual Sponsor for BADCamp

2017 - 2016 - 2015

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BADCamp 2017 - Dred(Itor) The Issue Queue? Don't - It's Simple(Lytest) To Git In!

Most Drupallers dream of being a contributor to the Drupal project. But where do you begin? And more importantly, what are some of the tools to help navigate the adventure...

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Florida Drupal Camp 2018 - Contribution Sprint Volunteer

 Contribution Sprint Volunteer

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Florida Drupal Camp 2018 - Dred(Itor) The Issue Queue? Don't - It's Simple(Lytest) To Git In!

Every newbie dreams of being a contributor to the Drupal project. But where do you begin? And more importantly, what are some of the tools to help navigate the adventure...

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New England Drupal Camp 2017 - Dred(Itor) The Issue Queue? Don't - It's Simple(Lytest) To Git In!

Every newbie dreams of being a contributor to the Drupal project. But where do you begin? And more importantly, what are some of the tools to help navigate the adventure...

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Accessibility and Drupal Meetup 2017

Mike Gifford of OpenConcept is visiting the Bay Area. He has spearheaded accessibility improvements in Drupal since 2008.
This is...

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Drupal Camp LA 2017 - Finding a Work-family Balance as a Drupal Professional

This session is meant to be a panel discussion to help

- new parents navigating work/family life
- soon to be parents who intend to continue working
-...

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DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - Connecting Women in Drupal BoF

Continue the conversation! After enjoying some low-key networking and socialization at Tuesday night's Women in Drupal social event, swing by our BoF on Wednesday morning...

Genevieve Parker

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BADCamp 2016 - The Making of BADCamp

The BADCamp making-of session, along with organizer commentary.

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DrupalCon Nashville 2018 - What Do You Want To Do When You Grow Up?

"What do you want to do when you grow up?" is a question we use as an ice breaker for interviews, one-on-ones, and learning / growth plan discussions. It always brings a...

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - What Do You Want To Do When You Grow Up?

"What do you want to do when you grow up?" is a question we use as an ice breaker for interviews, one-on-ones, and learning / growth plan discussions. It always brings a...

Idil Sabbagh

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PMI Silicon Valley Symposium 2017

Idil Sabbagh, our Senior Technical Manager, is working towards her PMP certification while the PMI organization is changing their exams to include Agile principals. Idil...

Ryan Bateman

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - Case Study – Cantor Arts Center Drupal 8 Redesign

In the spring of 2017, Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center came to Hook 42 with a project to redesign their aging website with a shiny new Drupal 8 website that would allow the...

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Stanford Drupal Camp 2018 - Zero to Decoupled in 30 Minutes

Decoupled Drupal sites are hard, right? Wrong! In this session, we’ll detail a method for rapidly scaffolding a progressively-decoupled Drupal 8 site with a React-powered...

Tara Neier

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BADCamp 2017- DevOps Summit

The DevOps Summit is about inspiring people (aka YOU) with new processes and tools to help transform ideas into working web applications. They’ll be discussing topics like...