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While working on a presentation for DrupalCon Baltimore, I was brainstorming various tactics and proposals for removing components and modules from Drupal core. The act of deleting something from core can, at first glance, seem simple, but it brings up a more interesting discussion.
At FFW, we’re packing our bags and grabbing our passports as we prepare to travel to Ireland for next week’s DrupalCon. Expect to see us in sessions, on signs, and at the exhibit hall: we’re sponsors, we’re speakers, and we’re excited to be there.
A week of beignets, beer and learning Drupal! FFW let the good times roll at DrupalCon 2016 New Orleans. In case you missed out, here are four must watch presentations to jazz up your week.
Drupalcon LA was a unique experience for me in many ways. It was the first Drupalcon I’ve gone to that I didn’t expect a Drupal 8 alpha, beta, or release candidate.
Drupal 8 is huge. For the first time, we’ve gotten off the “Drupal Island” in a big way. Core now brings in key components from the broader PHP community. We’ve brought in Twig for theming, Composer for dependency management, and PHPUnit for testing.
After a great week in Bogota and some time to reflect I can say the first DrupalCon in Latin America was even better than I expected - yes it did feel more like a DrupalCamp than a DrupalCon - but it was still a great event!