Forum One at BADCamp 2019
In addition to being a sponsor for this year’s camp, Forum One will also be leading three sessions.
And did we hear you say that you totally love pinball? You are in luck because Forum One is so very excited to be sponsoring the 2019 BADCamp pinball machines. We look forward to hearing what you’re up to over a good-ol’ fashioned game of White Water!
Take a look at our sessions below and we look forward to seeing you in October!
Putting Your Best Foot Forward: A How-to for Navigating the Recruiting Process
Saturday, October 5th, 2:30pm – 3:15pm
Speaker: Sarah LeNguyen, Chief Technology Officer, Forum One
Did You Clear the Cache? A Contextual Tour of Rendering Efficiently
Friday, October 4th, 3:45pm – 4:30pm
Drush cr… drush cr… drush cr!!! We all know the scenario where you’ve made a change to the site, but when you load the page it just doesn’t seem to show. Oftentimes the solution is to clear your cache and move on, but why is that?
In this session we’ll explore how that cache is built and used. What determines when a page can be cached, and how does Drupal know when to rebuild it? How does Drupal know when to rebuild parts of a page without rebuilding everything? Read the full description.
- Stephen Lucero, Engineering & Developer Operations Director, Forum One
- Rob Powell, Drupal Developer, Mediacurrent
Building an Intuitive Admin: Usability for the Forgotten End-User
Friday, October 4th, 2:30pm – 3:15pm
Nearly every new project focuses heavily on the flashy design and fancy tools it’ll make for its visitors. So much focus is driven into the site user’s experience to make it intuitive and pleasant, but in many cases this ignores the users that will visit the site more than anybody else: the content editors.
The topic of improving the editorial experience in Drupal has gotten much more attention in recent years through core initiatives and distributions like Lightning and Thunder exploring how to improve the administrative interactions. Making a user-friendly site admin doesn’t require dedication at the level of a core initiative or distribution; through the use of existing contrib modules, some best practices, and a bit of consideration all the sites you build or manage can be intuitive and helpful to anyone logging into it with minimal added effort or risk. Read the full description.
Speaker: Stephen Lucero, Engineering & Developer Operations Directo, Forum One
To register for BADCamp, click here! We hope to see you there!