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Drupal SIG: Event Importer Module

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Drupal SIG: Layout Builder with Ted Bowman

Ted Bowman of Acquia goes over the features of the Layout Builder module which is now included in Drupal Core 8.7

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DrupalCamp 2018: Case Study: The Student Experience Comes to Life

Join us for a rich discussion on technology and student engagement. Cornell University offers thousands of opportunities beyond the classroom – study abroad, community-engaged learning,…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Welcome to Drupal: Terminology and Concepts

What is Drupal? What do I need to know to get started working with it? We're glad you asked! This session will present Drupal concepts and terminology, and show examples of some basic tasks such…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Get on the Behat Tests Bandwagon

If you work in Drupal and keep your ears open, you have probably heard of "Behat" testing. Behavioral testing is the best way to ensure the functionality of your Drupal site using basic…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Ready, Set, Live!

Your new site looks great. It has all the bells and whistles, and some pretty awesome graphics. But - are you ready for actual GO LIVE?! There's a lot to launching a site and we'll…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Pantheon Terminus

In this session we will look at some of the powers of Pantheon Terminus. From spinning up new Drupal instances to pulling backups, we will look at a variety Terminus commands. We will also discuss…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Using Drupal to power a Magic Mirror

I often hear that if you want to create a simple site, you should not use Drupal because of its advanced features, functionality and configuration. I disagree with that wholeheartedly. I think Drupal…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Sponsored by Pantheon: Climbing the Hierarchy of Needs for Websites

University websites must balance many competing priorities. The web presence needs to encourage undergrad enrollment, direct current students to needed resources, inform people visiting the physical…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Visual Requirements Gathering

Requirements gathering is fundamental to running a successful project. Breaking down the requirements into the right work packages can be an artform. This session will walk you through the redesign…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Migrating content from legacy systems to Drupal

Businesses with hundreds or even thousands of web pages may need a technical solution to migrate pages to Drupal from their legacy environments. Session will include discussing business and technical…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Connecting a Cornell Instance of Salesforce to a Drupal Site

How does a global institution make it easier for students to discover and take advantage of extracurricular, travel, and research opportunities it offers? The first project under the umbrella of the…

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DrupalCamp 2018: On Moving Mountains: Lessons for Migrating Data and Content for Your Next Drupal Project

We’ve all been there before: your Drupal site is ready to go, and all you need is the content. Five months later, you are still writing, posting, and facing yet another launch delay. Or, you…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Thoughts about Exams of Drupal 8 Certificated Site Builder and Developer

Even though I have more than 8 years experiences in Drupal (D6 and D7), Drupal 8 is still a brand new platform to me. It is a great opportunity to learn D8 by taking Acquia Drupal 8 Certification…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Coming soon, Drupal 8 and a half!

Remember when Drupal 8 was brand new and full of new features? Are you still excited about Drupal 8? Drupal 8 has added many great features since 8.0.0 and many more features are coming soon(ish).…

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DrupalCamp 2018: Bricks and WYSIWYG paragraphs for Impressive Pages without Developers

Bricks, paragraphs, and modifiers allow enormously flexible page layouts that are easy for content providers to build. WYSIWYG paragraphs let authors make dynamic content areas interspersed with…

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