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Andrew Brown: Drupal Yoga: Creating a Flexible Website with Paragraphs and Bootstrap

October 2017

Learn how to use the combination of a Bootstrap theme and the Paragraphs module to create a responsive Drupal 8 website that still gives content editors free reign over their content layout.

Content on the internet has changed since we first started creating websites.

Kevin Baringer: Drupal Commerce 2.0 for D8

August 2016

Drupal Commerce 2.0 for D8: Checking-In on Checkout

Drupal Commerce 2.0 is a significant rebuild of the Drupal Commerce platform that will leverage the many improvements offered by Drupal 8. At this time, Drupal Commerce 2.0 is still in Alpha, but we will take a look at the features and changes that have been made or announced so far and get an idea of what building a store with Drupal Commerce 2.0 will eventually look like.

Ed Carlevale: Drupal in Higher Ed

February 2016

Drupal in Higher Ed: New hosting options from Pantheon and Acquia bring efficiency to academic web development.

New hosting options from Pantheon and Acquia solve several key problems in academic web development. They shift the base of operations from university-wide solutions and single-site development, introducing a new ecosystem to academic development that better represents the actual structure within universities.

Moshe Weitzman: D8 Configuration Management

December 2015

Configuration Management is a game changer for Drupal development. Understanding how it works helps you to harmonize the moving pieces when designing a code deployment workflow for Drupal 8 sites. This session proposes a full circle workflow for pushing from multiple development environments to staging/QA and finally to production, and then integrating back changes that were made directly on Prod (a Block weight gets changed, a View gets changed, etc.).

The workflow proposes that code and

David Tarrant: Integrating CiviCRM with Drupal to Drive Non-profit Websites

May 2015

CiviCRM is designed for use by non-profit organizations. As a CRM solution it is very competitive with proprietary commercial CRMs such as Sales Force. When combined with Drupal, it offers extraordinary "out of the box" functionality. Dave will present an overview of CiviCRM with special attention on how it integrates with Drupal.

Stéphane Corlosquet: "Using schema.org to Improve SEO"

April 2015

Launched in 2011 by Google, Yahoo! and Bing, Schema.org is a universal collection of schemas to describe the content in HTML. It helps search engines to better understand what the pages of your sites are about (e.g.

Renato Castillo: "It's moving day! Why not make moving data easier?"

March 2015

Already have a site but want to move to Drupal? No problem! Drupal feeds importer is here to help you.

This presentation will focus on:

  • How to import or aggregate data as nodes, users, taxonomy terms or simple database records.
  • How to import into entities
  • How to import into commerce products

Alejandro Garza: "What's for dinner: Drupal + Apache Solr Search"

February 2015

You already know the bit about how Drupal + Solr is great. This time we will go over many of the topics, adding a dash of surprises and tips that can help you make your Drupal site's search great.

Micky Metts: "VoipDrupal - Your Site and a Regular Phone... installed in 20 minutes!"

June 2014

Go to a Website? Ain't Nobody got Time for That!

This is an introduction to VoipDrupal and how you can use it on your site to allow visitors to call and receive information, or your Website can call or text members (Call Blast).  You can create an instant conference line, or setup a PBX style system where the caller can make choices on what extension they reach.  Each entity can have a unique phone extension.

VOIP Drupal is a suite of modules that consists of core modules that interact with

Nic Laflin: "Using Drupal as a Platform"

April 2014

One of Drupal's greatest strengths comes from it's flexibility and ability to model content so well.

Successful design agencies will tell you one of the keys to a successful project is the discovery process.  You need to build a content and information strategy first.  Then you can create the visual designs and build the site.

We will explore how the discovery and development process changes depending on whether you are building for a platform versus a single site.

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