Videos from NEDCamp 2022 Part 1
The 9th edition of New England Drupal Camp was a huge success. This year with the support of the Drupal Association and the volunteers they put together a two days event from 18th- 19th November 2022. The community-driven event boasted numerous topics and presented an opportunity for business owners, website product owners, agency executives and project managers across the globe to connect. (Part Two of NED Camp Videos)
Here are the listed videos of the session:
ABSOLUTE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO DRUPAL
If you are new to Drupal, then this session will give you a basic understanding of Drupal. Rod Martin will explain the basic terminology, overview and framework to understand what you're looking at the first time you log into a Drupal website.
HOW TO CREATE AND MAINTAIN HEALTHY COMMUNITIES: THE IMPORTANCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY
The backbone of Open Source, and specifically Drupal, is a diverse, engaged, collaborative, and innovative global community. In sociology, a community is a group that follows a social structure within a society (culture, norms, values, status) and they may be bound by a sense of belonging sustained across time and space. In this session, Von Eaton spoke about key components of creating and sustaining healthy communities.
CREATING & CONSUMING WEB COMPONENTS FOR DRUPAL
In this session, Andy Blum shares an idea of Web Components to build advanced UIs that are easily repeatable, tightly encapsulated, and virtually immune to conflicts.
WHAT'S NEW WITH THE PROJECT BROWSER INITIATIVE
This session is about The Project Browser strategic Initiative which allows folks to easily browse for projects to add functionality to their Drupal website After browsing for projects (modules) compatible with the version of Drupal being used on the website, users will be able to download and install the projects from right within the website. Leslie Glynn shares the initiative and the ways you can contribute to getting Project Browser into Drupal 11.
DECOUPLED DRUPAL DEV ON DOCKER WITH DOCKSAL DOING THE DIRTY WORK
Speaker J.D. Flynn delivers a session regarding a setup that can be used to incorporate separate servers for a Gatsby static site, a Drupal CMS site, and a development server running on NodeJS. Best of all, because it’s container-based, it’s extremely portable and can be reused for multiple projects.
PACING YOURSELF AS A DEVELOPER (FREELANCE OR EMPLOYED)
Alfred Nutile shares the "Four Key Metrics" concept to help developers set clear goals to end their day, knowing their work is complete and feel good about the day. With these metrics, a developer will learn to push often to production, deploy in small batches and not fear mistakes but learn from them as an individual and a team.
WHY IS BUILDING COMPONENTS IN DRUPAL SO DIFFICULT
In this session, Kyle Einecker discusses establishing the parts of an individual component and what a component system needs to be successful. From there we'll look at various component system architectures and try to identify common pain points to see if there are bigger problems we should be addressing as a community.
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