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February 1, 2019, 9:00 AM - February 3, 2019, 2:00 PM

DrupalCamp NJ

Join us at DrupalCamp NJ in Princeton. As diamond sponsors of the event you can catch us at our kiosk in the trade show room or you can join us at two sessions we'll be speaking at. Additionally our expert in all things Drupal, Ray Saltini, will be teaching two separate trainings. Take a look at the details below:

Trainings:
Best Practices in Website Personalization for Higher Ed

Trainer: Ray Saltini, FFW Center of Excellence Director
Date: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:30 AM EST

Digital personalization is everywhere and your students have come to expect personalized experiences in their digital journeys. How can colleges and universities launch programs that will achieve their marketing goals and satisfy students and other stakeholders? This half day training examines personalization concepts and best practices and how they apply to the higher ed community. 
 
We'll cover topics such as:

  • First steps and prerequisites
  • Content and workflow
  • Using the right technology
  • Privacy and accessibility 
  • Moving toward personalized education

Learn more and register.


Project Management for Drupal Projects
Trainer: Ray Saltini, FFW Center of Excellence Director
Date: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:30 AM EST

Open Source Drupal Development is a specialty and so is Drupal Project Management. What can you do to ensure your next Drupal project is a huge success for your organization? Join us for this half day training as we share our experience working with some of the largest and most complex projects ever built and help you understand and implement best practices at every stage of your project.

This training is designed to help organization project managers, product owners, decision-makers, and stakeholders understand how Drupal differs from other systems and what you need to do differently to get the most out of Drupal. This class discusses the various stages of Drupal project development from planning to maintenance and gives you practical guidance on how you can support your team to deliver the best possible outcomes at each stage.

Learn more and register.

 

Sessions:
Demystifying Composer

Presenter: David Hernandez, Manager of Learning Contributions, FFW
Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019

We've started embracing the world of Composer, the PHP dependency manager. However, it has become one of the biggest pain points reported by Drupal 8 developers. Once using Composer with Drupal, you can no longer simply download zip files to manage your project.

I will go over Composer basics; starting from scratch, and going step-by-step through a full project build. I will also go over why this has been so difficult with Drupal.


Join Us for Good: How Drupal, WordPress, Atomic Design and internal APIs Came Together in a AA Compliant Financial Services Website
Presenters: Ray Saltini & David Hernandez
Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019

Eastern Bank was struggling with a number of micro sites that had been built up and not maintained in response to one-off campaigns. The team needed a platform that would allow them to quickly build out marketing initiatives without expanding their site infrastructure.

Join us for this case study to learn how the FFW team:

  • Developed a multi-site solution to easily spin up, deploy, and manage micro sites for specific campaigns or marketing initiatives
  • Designed and implemented a component-based architecture to re-use common display widgets and features across the site and micro sites
  • Integrated with Eastern Bank’s internal APIs, to connect to a wide variety of digital tools that the Eastern Bank team uses to serve their community
  • Created a fully ADA compliant site according to WCAG 2.0A and AA compliance codes
  • Built enhanced security and testing features to ensure that users are always able to easily and securely log on