DrupalCon 2019 was a bit different for me. I have attended previous DrupalCons, usually sitting in the back of the room just taking in all that I could from experts around the world. This year, however, I had the opportunity to be a speaker. Not only was I afforded the opportunity to speak, but I had two separate sessions accepted. Read more about Speaker Notes: Attending DrupalCon as a Presenter
MidCamp is one of those camps that never disappoints. The event pushes boundaries for our community, helps us connect, and challenges us to grow personally and professionally, technically and communally. 2019 was no exception. Read more about The City was Windy, The Community Still Showed Up
Drupal thrives with love and care from the community. We help move the Drupal project forward by mentoring, sharing knowledge, helping with drupal.org (d.o) issues, and more. If you want to help in the d.o issue queues, you are very welcome! While there are many ways to help, one important piece is reviewing and testing code patches. Read more about Using Lando for Drupal 8 Core Issue Patch Testing
We’re stretching our legs, shaking off the snow, and heading to our first camp of 2018! AmyJune and Carie are on their way to Florida Drupal Camp to share their knowledge in "The Theme Park Capital of the World". They’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate and learn with their peers.
Along with their sessions, they'll be helping with the Sunday Contribution Sprints! Read more about Flip Flops and Drupal: Increasing Accessibility and Building Community
When it comes to Atomic Design systems in Drupal 8, there’s hardly a shortage of solutions to choose from. Pattern Lab and KSS Node are certainly among the most popular and the recently released Mannequin looks incredibly exciting. However, in all these aforementioned solutions, exposing that component data to Drupal has never been particularly straightforward.
Here at Hook 42, we’ve just finished developing a brand-new Drupal 8 site for a client that utilizes UI Patterns, Paragraphs, and Display Suite to allow content users to construct complex but consistent user interfaces. What follows is our “field notes” from implementing UI Patterns in a production site. Read more about Field Notes: UI Patterns Module
BADCamp is back and Hook 42 is embracing all the magical goodness! This year we are not only a proud sponsor of the largest free Drupal Camp, but we also have the awesome opportunity to share our expertise across several platforms. Join us at our Supercharged SEO & Accessibility training, the DevOps Summit, and four sessions. Read more about Hook 42 at BADCamp 2017 - Sessions, Trainings, and Summits!
Along with our CTO, Kristen Pol, we have a new Accessibility Lead and Senior Front-end Developer, Carie Fisher, who will be in Vienna. We are excited to have her onboard! Carie is one of the community leaders who received a well-deserved scholarship to attend DrupalCon Vienna. Read more about Hook 42 DrupalCon Vienna Sessions
The fabulous duo of K2 (Kristin Bradham) and Lindsay (Lindsay Gaudinier) are off on another trip to get their Drupal. Kicking things off, K2 will present her “Conversational Drupal” session that was a hit at BADCamp and Stanford Drupal Camp. Grab a coffee and bagel, and enjoy the eye-opener session on Friday morning. Later on Friday, Lindsay and K2 will lead a session on Drupal and SEO. Read more about Montreal or Bust! Hook 42 is going to Drupal North!
Look out New Orleans, here we come!
We will be focused on a lot of topics in New Orleans including multilingual, SEO, project management, and teaching. If you are interested in all the multilingual happenings, check out the schedule of events. We hope to see you at a session, sprint, BoF, or after party! Read more about Hook 42's Sessions, BoFs, and Events at DrupalCon New Orleans