15. August 2017

Using Docker for Local Drupal Development

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This is also posted on Code Koalas’s site.

Using Docker is great, it makes sure that every developer working on the project is using the same server and if it works on your machine it really should work on everyone’s. It’s also great because once you have it set up you can spin up aditional sites in a matter of seconds instead of trying to manage a local web server on your computer yourself. This blog should get you off the ground and get your first Drupal site spun up so you can get right into working on your site.

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12. May 2016

Using Paragraphs to Weave a Beaufitul Content Tapestry

Paragraphs is a pretty great module for making landing pages or reusable components that get thrown in multiple spots on a site. I’ve been using it for probably 6+ months and we’ve used it on multiple pages in production. this session made me realize some thing I could do to do it better.

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11. May 2016

The New New PHP

PHP 7, it’s new, released last fall and makes life better. PHP 6 never happened it was just PHP 5.3. This talk was by Larry Garfield of Platform.sh

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10. May 2016

Becoming a TPM

This Drupalcon session is about managing your projects from a technical level. I’m not really a project manager but I’m trying to get better at managing large projects so I can make sure me and my developers make the right choices.

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10. May 2016

Next-Level Drupal - Applied progressive decoupling with JavaScript

This is my first Drupal session I attended about decoupling Drupal from the frontend and using a JavaScript framework. This is interesting to me because I sit on the fence as a Acquia Certified Drupal Developer & a JavaScript developer who wants to do everything in JavaScript these days. Once again this is uploaded right after the session so probably has typos.

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10. May 2016

Drupalcon New Orleans Driesnote

These are my notes while listening to Dries talk to open up Drupalcon New Orleans 2016. It is probably full of typos and weird things, I’ll be cleaning this up later (hopefully).

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