All RPGs and Storygames by Tod Foley are now available at DrivethruRPG. Bring these games to your table!
Commerce Guys is joining forces with some of our Technology Partners and a variety of contributors to promote Drupal Commerce at DrupalCon Seattle from April 9-11, 2019.
We're excited to introduce the Drupal community to Centarro Toolbox, a collection of SaaS products and support packages that help Drupal Commerce teams build with confidence. First revealed at MidCamp last month, we can't wait to show it off to the community at large while also connecting about all things Commerce 2.x.Come demo Centarro Toolbox (and grab some sweet swag)
There's a lot to see inside Centarro Toolbox!
It includes three of our own SaaS tools designed to complement any Drupal Commerce site. They provide update automation, code quality monitoring, and a sales and analytics dashboard that delivers key insights to merchants. We've also bundled in offers from our partners at Avalara, Human Presence, and Lockr, and we'd love to share all about them.
We'll be handing out some exclusive swag this year, including our first pressing of custom coins ... no clue why it took us a decade to think that up! We're also stocking the booth with some rad sweatbands to keep your brows clean at the after parties Dave Grohl style. Finally, visitors to the booth can enter to win:
- 1 of 3 copies of Preston So's book, Decoupled Drupal in Practice (winner chosen at random each day)
- An Xbox One courtesy of PayPal (winner chosen at random Thursday afternoon)
There's a lot to be said about how Drupal Commerce is making merchant and agency teams more productive, and you don't just have to take our word for it. Add the following sessions to your schedule to learn more:
- A Data Driven Donation Experience with Drupal Commerce
Wednesday, April 10th, 11:45 AM | Exhibit Stage | By: Shawn Duncan (Digital Pulp)
- Taking Drupal Commerce to Market: 2019 Roadmap
Wednesday, April 10th, 12:45 PM | Exhibit Stage (lightning talk) | By: Ryan Szrama (Commerce Guys)
- Decoupled Drupal Commerce with React Native
Thursday, April 11th, 9:45 AM | Room 6B | By: Christoph Breidert (1xINTERNET)
- FOREO - Scaling Applications and Mission Critical Events
Thursday, April 11th, 1:00 PM | Room 611 | By: Michael Meyers (Tag1 Consulting)
- Delivering Headless Commerce
Thursday, April 11th, 2:30 PM | Room 6B | By: Matt Glaman (Commerce Guys)
Last but not least, if you've made it this far, chances are you're really into what we're doing with Drupal Commerce. If that's you, we'd like to invite you to an exclusive reception at Avalara's HQ. We'll enjoy food and beverages from the 18th floor looking out over downtown Seattle. The party will be from 6:30 - 8:30 PM Wednesday, but space is limited! Reach out in advance or find us early at the show to reserve your spot.Schedule Time to Meet
If you're heading to DrupalCon, we'd love to chat about Drupal Commerce with you. Use our meeting request form to get on our calendar to discuss a particular project or need, or subscribe to our newsletter to be kept in the loop more generally.
Drupal 7 was released back in 2011. Having served the Drupal Community and its users for more than 8 years, it’s now due to reach end-of-life (EOL) in November 2021. Meanwhile, Drupal 9 is due to be released in 2020, which means Drupal 8 will also reach EOL at the same time as Drupal 7.. Continue reading...
Vienna, VA March 19, 2019—Mobomo,
Mobomo, LLC is pleased to announce our award as a prime contractor on the $25M Department of Interior (DOI) Drupal Developer Support Services BPA . Mobomo brings an experienced and extensive Drupal Federal practice team to DOI. Our team has launched a large number of award winning federal websites in both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8, to include www.nasa.gov, www.usgs.gov, and www.fisheries.noaa.gov.,These sites have won industry recognition and awards including the 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Webby Award; two 2017 Innovate IT awards; and the 2018 MUSE Creative Award and the Acquia 2018 Public Sector Engage award.
DOI has been shifting its websites from an array of Content Management System (CMS) and non-CMS-based solutions to a set of single-architecture, cloud-hosted Drupal solutions. In doing so, DOI requires Drupal support for hundreds of websites that are viewed by hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, including its parent website, www.doi.gov, managed by the Office of the Secretary. Other properties include websites and resources provided by its bureaus (Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, National Park Service, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey) and many field offices.
This BPA provides that support. The period of performance for this BPA is five years and it’s available agency-wide and to all bureaus as a vehicle for obtaining Drupal development, migration, information architecture, digital strategy, and support services. Work under this BPA will be hosted in DOI’s OpenCloud infrastructure, which was designed for supporting the Drupal platform.
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Twin Cities Drupal Camp is the perfect opportunity to share your experiences and expertise with the community, and session submission for our 2019 camp is now open!
Share what you've learned about Drupal, business and other Web topics such as project management, favorite modules, development processes, design/UX, SEO, content strategy, backend wizardry, front-end tips or whatever subject interests you. Our Drupal Camp is attended by eager learners and people who have something to share. This year we are asking for 45-minute session submissions.
If you have a session proposal, please submit it. Presenters have their registration fees waived, in addition to the heartfelt thanks of the community! (fame and fortune optional).
The end is near, session submissions will close on April 29th at Midnight CDT. Submit your session today!
Don’t miss the DrupalCon Seattle session, “Hot Dog/Not Hot Dog: Artificial Intelligence with Drupal” by Rob Loach, Director of Technology at Kalamuna.Categories Drupal Guidance Pantheon Author Andrew Mallis Crispin Bailey Rob Loach
Proceeding every article or blog post about the future of Drupal, there are always a few comments that express a high-level of frustration when it comes to Drupal 8. From missing modules, to completely rewritten APIs, to new design patterns, and even complaints about the restructuring of sessions and tracks at DrupalCon….People are frustrated with change. The entire Drupal community understands peoples’ frustration, which is why we are continually trying to improve the software and community. Our most significant strides happen at DrupalCons, where everyone comes to together to share codes, ideas, and passion.
Introspection before DrupalCon
Before last year’s DrupalCon I wrote a blog post titled, Drupal is the worst Content Management System except for all those other solutions in which I talked about Drupal adoption, sustainability, and mentorship. DrupalCon provides the Drupal community with an opportunity for everyone to take stock of where we are at and where we are going. Every year we have discussions with actionable items to improve our community, which is continually changing.
Each year, I get something different out of DrupalCon. Last year I became more aware of diversity and inclusion issues within the Drupal and software community. I was also inspired to address webform related accessibility issues. The overarching thing I have learned at DrupalCons is contributing to Open Source is more than writing code, it’s about collaboration and community.
What I like about this quote is it acknowledges two key aspects to Drupal - the code and community - with the code being the “what” that brings us together. The code might also be what is most frustrating to people coming and staying with Drupal....Read More
Drupal.org Featured Case Studies: Rapid Rollout of 11 Brand Websites for a Leading Publishing Conglomerate
The Client is one of the largest privately owned business media companies with 55 leading business, trade and consumer brands in North America, Europe and Asia.Key Highlights:
- Rapid brand rollouts
- Engineering team’s time is freed up - the first brand was able to set up around 50 landing pages without needing any developer intervention
- All brands share best practices across analytics, SEO (meta tags, etc.), performance (Drupal Cache, Varnish, Cloudflare), media management etc as these are part of the Core platform
In the last month, our team members attended three DrupalCamps around the world. We’ve learned a lot from these experiences. Here's a look back at each.
Get ready for your trip to Seattle with this April Fool's Day special episode of the DrupalEasy Podcast.Drupal Fools
a Dr. Seuss joint (sortof)
From the top of your head to the tips of your toes,
You are a Drupaller, everyone knows.
You think about Drupal all day and all night.
You’re more than obsessed with getting things right.
Your Views and your Fields and your Content Types,
Simply scream “Drupal!” here are some reasons why:
Your User Experience is so Steve Jobs-esque
Your Splash Awards medals are spilling off your desk!
Your API documentation site,
Lets your developers get sleep at night.
You’re well known to eat your own dog food.
When you’re done with work you’re still in a good mood.
And why not? Your patches have all been applied,
The hackers can’t get in, and they even tried!
I heard a rumor at DrupalCon Seattle,
That your coding standard leaves code reviewers rattled.
Before you go saying that I must be kidding,
Know that I suck a peek, I did some digging…
I couldn’t find one curly brace out of place,
One line break too many or one poor stack trace.
Have you ever noticed just how our community
Is one of the best at promoting unity?
We’re very good at giving hugs,
Especially to those who have fixed our bugs.
But if you’re not a fan of physical affection,
We don’t make a big deal of your objection.
(We’re still glad you chose to sit in our section)
Like Birds of a Feather or a Business of Ferrets,
The Drupal community celebrates merits.
Even if you don’t pretend to know code,
Your contribution deserves to be showed.
Webchick will help you, as luck would have it,
When your first core improvement is ready to commit.
(Stick around until Friday, and you won’t regret it)
And if this is your first time at DrupalCon...
Did you know that Drupal is eighteen years young?
We’re just getting started, we’re still having fun!
Of all websites, we’re say, five in a hundred,
The more ambitious ones are quite well funded,
But even for NGOs our scopes are not blunted.
We’ve got thousands of community projects,
To extend, integrate, and meet all of your specs.
Even if you don’t speak like a geek,
I’m sure the vendors won’t judge you like some kind of freak.
They’ll help you translate the Greek, so to speak.
If this is your first event, or your hundred and first,
We welcome you to dive in to Drupal head first.
Bring us a challenge, we’ll find you a guru,
As long as you understand our Kool-Aid is blue.
(We do have other interests besides Open Source,
We’re human aren’t we? Why yes, of course!)
Have you met Dries Buytaert? He’s the project’s creator.
Without him, I might be a Red Lobster waiter.
He’s tall and Belgian, well over two meters,
(Not that I’ve measured him, that would be cheating),
He’s the lead of this project and he helps set the agenda
To give us some staying power and stay just a bit trendy.
There are really so many others to thank,
Given ten thousand thank you notes, none would be blank.
It takes a village, at least that’s what I think.
So welcome to the land of rainstorms and coffee,
Of mega-giant software companies,
To DrupalCon Seattle, it’s like my family reunion.
Think Digital. Be Human.
- Professional local development with DDEV - 2-hour, hands-on, online workshop held monthly (April 17).
- Local Web Development with DDEV Explained - new book from Mike - version 2!
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