The "Get Involved with Core" sprint is an opportunity for first-time contributors to Drupal to get involved by spending the day working on Drupal 8.
All new contributors (developers, themers, quality assurers, documentation writers, business analysts, project managers) are encouraged to attend. No prior experience is needed. Please remember to bring your laptop. Mentors will be present during the event to help get you started and to help you as you work on an issue.
Too often clients use their default mail provider when registering a domain through sites such as Godaddy. In this presentation I'll go through the ins and outs of setting up a Google Apps account and touch base on some highlighted features.
Google has a vast array of tools available including a best in class user management system, free cloud storage, one of the best anti-spam filters available, and much more.
Attendants should have some understanding of how the domain registration process works.
- Deploy applications such as Drupal, Wordpress and more in their own environments. Does your Drupal deployment require PHP 5.4, but your Wordpress deployment requires PHP 5.5? No problem.
- Easily test upgrades without impacting production, as well as provide a way to rollback.
- Migrate an application from one host to another
This course will get you started in Drupal Module Development. Whether you want to learn module development for your own projects or to advance your career as a developer, this course is for you.
Although Drupal can be used as a powerful tool to make websites without writing any code learning to code for Drupal greatly expands what Drupal can do for you.
Who is this course for?:
PHP developers or other programmers who want to add Drupal development to their skillset
Drupal Site Builders who want to learn custom module development
What will you learn?:
Drupal 8 is still in alpha, but its CSS standards synthesize a range of best practices that can and should be applied today. With some extra effort, the right classes can be added in the right places to build out your design components into a well-architected system.