DrupalCampNYC 10

Saturday 12 · 10 · 2011

Accepted sessions

Announcing DrupalcampNYC10 Sessions!

Following are the accepted sessions for the December 10th Drupalcamp, which is being held at John Jay College in Manhattan.

Session tracks for this camp are:

  • Development
  • Site building
  • Presentation
  • Business & end users
  • Sysadmin & performance
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Aegir-based Business Models
Christopher Gervais, Antoine Beaupré

Aegir is a distributed provisioning system for Drupal that allows you to manage thousands of sites across as many concurrent instances of Drupal on as many servers as you need. At Koumbit Networks...

Intermediate Business & end users
From a consultant to a shop: How to grow your Drupal business without losing your hair, mind, or bank.
Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg

In this presentation I'll discuss the process of going from an independent contractor to a Drupal development shop, and specifically some of the problems I/we have gone through in building Zivtech...

Intermediate Business & end users
Panel: Build a better Drupal Agency - Open Q&A
Joe Bachana, Jeff Robbins, Michael Caccavano, Matt Cheney, Frank Febbraro

Panel: Build a better Drupal Agency - Open Q&A
Let’s improve more than just the code. Drupal needs smart business leaders as much as it needs brilliant coders. The coders are doing their...

Beginner Business & end users
OK, So We've Implemented Drupal, Now What?
Joe Bachana, Marque Staneluis, Aiden Colie, Nino Tasca, Justin Hoffman

Once an organization has implemented Drupal, it is easy to feel that the work is mostly done and the team can rest on its laurels. However, as in any technology implementation, companies need to...

Beginner Business & end users
Community Spotlight - Business & End Users
benjamin melançon

Shaping Drupal's Future

Drupal does not belong to the Drupal Association. It does not belong to Node One, Phase Two,...

Intermediate Business & end users
Project Whispering
Nicole Lind

Drupal projects within a company are rarely alone. It can seem overwhelming with multiple projects, limited resources and competition between projects for the same resources. With the rapid growth...

Intermediate Business & end users
Tales from the Admin Layer: Who Moved My Block?
molly byrnes

As end users of Drupal admin screens, content administrators know where all the ghosts of checkboxes pasts lie.

Beginner Business & end users
Why We Should Stop Selling Drupal
Matt Westgate

Let's be honest, Drupal has become a buzzword. Potential clients are putting the technology cart before the horse, asking for Drupal but not understanding what Drupal does. Oftentimes we are quick...

Beginner Business & end users
Guided Conversation - Business
Joe Bachana, Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg

Business conversation

Beginner Business & end users
Guided Conversation - Benjamin Melançon
benjamin melançon

Ben keeps chatting community

Beginner Business & end users
Energy.gov Case Study
Roger López

This summer, the US Department of Energy re-launched Energy.gov on Drupal. The technical requirements of the project were driven by an internal need to consolidate the publishing and editorial...

Intermediate Case study
Case Study: Penton Media & Drupal
Nino Tasca

Penton Media - a B2B information/publishing company with a 100+ year history - is in the midst of a major project to increase its digital presence. The company has chosen Drupal as a platform for...

Intermediate Case study
Real Impact: Drupal and Government?
Shawn Mole, Jeff Walpole

Drupal is growing in government - there's no doubt about that. But beyond building interesting and useful web sites, the public sector is using Drupal to push the limits of open government and...

Beginner Case study
Case Study: Building and Managing a CMS Infrastructure for Higher Ed
Alozie Nwosu

In this case study, members of Brown University WebServices outline how a small development team can deliver a "standard" template service using...

Intermediate Case study
Case Study: DoSomething.org: Building microsites in 10 minutes
Chris Johnson

We had a challenge: every time we partnered with a sponsor organization and create a microsite for a cause campaign sponsored by that org, we created:

  • 1-3 tpl files
  • 1 css...
Intermediate Case study
Guided Conversation - Caching / Hosting / Scalabilty
Joshua Koenig, Aaron Welch, Sam Kottler, Nathan Goulding

Caching / Hosting BoF

Beginner Case study
Practical Drupal Security
Ben Jeavons

Drupal is a powerful tool that can be built, configured, and managed insecurely, far too easily. This session takes a practical look at effective web security risk management, touching on:

Intermediate Development
Introduction to Module Development
Ezra Gildesgame

This session provides a fun introduction for people who want to get started writing their first module or extending an existing one. The presentation is both conceptual and hands-on, and covers...

Beginner Development
Debugging Techniques for Drupal and LAMP
Robert Ristroph

A general approach to debugging Drupal problems will be presented, followed by an overview of a variety of tools such as the Devel suite, krumo, xdebug, client side debugging such as Firebug and...

Intermediate Development
Building Social Networks
Jonathan Pugh

This session will address how complex social networks of various types can be built with Drupal. The nuances of Feeds, Walls, Sharing (both private and public), Friends, Following, and (most...

Advanced Development