Issue 313 - October, 26th 2017
"On 28 September 2017, the Drupal Association held its third open board meeting of the year where community members listened in via Zoom and in person."
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As developers we can undervalue communication to our own peril, in this post on the Lullabot blog Chris Albrecht offers some great advice.
If you maintain a Drupal site this article includes some common pitfalls for sites that have been around for a while. Having performed a number of site audits myself, Jason Moore's article rings true for me.
"For Ildephonse Bikino (bikilde) of Rwanda, it was supposed to be an uneventful Drupal Global Training Day call-out; he expected 50 people but he got 388!" Wow, such a cool story.
Alban Bailly shares Zivtech's recent experience with a decoupled project using React.
In today’s fast-paced world, the speed of digital experiences is important. Organizations with slow websites risk customer disloyalty, cart abandonment and bad SEO scores. Overall, it’s a poor user experience. You can insulate yourself from the risks of a slow site by optimizing your frontend. Join this tech talk to learn about best practices to optimize your Drupal frontend.
Todd Zebert outlines changes in Drupal core that affect its front end including browser support and REST API performance.
The best engineers contextualize their technical responsibilities within their overall business. In this webinar you’ll learn how to build functional solutions, ensure efficient delivery of value - all in the context of your business’s needs.
Matt Glaman provides an update on a tool that has been used by Drupal contributors for the past few years.