This month we'll have a presentation on automated continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) for Drupal. And, as always, we'll have plenty of time for Q&A and anything anyone wants to share.
Brian Lewis from Four Kitchens is going to be in town and will be speaking on Emulsify, a project developed at Four Kitchens for developing a theme using Atomic Design and Pattern Lab.
This month Eric Gruber is going to give a presentation on Drupal Console. As always we'll have plenty of time for open discussion and Q&A.
One logistical note - The first floor of the VML office is being renovated so you can't get in the front door. Just follow the signs that will direct you to the side door.
DrupalCorn will be in Coralville, IA this year, on August 4th - 7th.
This is a great camp that offers training, sessions, BoFs and code sprinting.
It is also a great opportunity to present at a camp. Even if you have never presented before, DrupalCorn is a great place to start.
For more to come at: http://2016.drupalcorn.org/
This month we're going to do an open discussion around Drupal 8 site building and theming. If you have questions, a site you're getting ready to build, tips, sites to show off, resources you've found helpful, or anything else related to setting up and theming a Drupal 8 site bring them to the meetup.
This month I thought we would look at the basics of Drupal 8 module development and the Drupal Console and other development tools available for Drupal 8.
If you have any favorite development tools/techniques for Drupal 8 be sure to bring them as well as any questions (Drupal 8 or otherwise).
This month Brian Lewis will be back to finish what he started last time. (But without the frog voice, and constant coughing) :)
He’ll start with an existing Drupal 8 site (built with Composer) and use Git, Drush and Configuration management to demonstrate a typical workflow of moving configuration from a local development environment to staging and/or production.
He’s promised to keep it short and sweet this time to leave plenty of time for questions, comments and hanging out.
This month Brian Lewis will be demonstrating some of the modern tools and techniques available to Drupal site-builders that have replaced and/or superseded the old standards like FTP.
He'll cover Composer, Drush, Git, Configuration Management and how they all work together to make your Drupal 8 site development and management process faster, more efficient, and less error prone.
Brian runs Modules Unraveled (a Drupal tutorial site) and hosts the Modules Unraveled Podcast which is all about Drupal and Drupal-related topics.