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A few weekends ago I was fortunate enough to attend my first Drupal Camp ever. What was even more fortunate for me was that it was located near where I grew up in Chattanooga, TN. I’ve been to several leadership/business conferences in my life, but this is the first one that I’ve been to where it felt like everyone was genuinely glad to be there, even on a rainy fall day.
I was fortunate to attend and speak at BADCamp for the first time this year. The camp was well organized, the sessions were high quality, and I met and got to know quite a few great people. This post highlights the video and key takeaways from my BADCamp session, 7 to 8: Transitioning From theme() and Theme Functions to Render Arrays and Templates.
A step-by-step introduction to Drupal 8's configuration system.
It isn’t easy being a woman in tech. I'm really happy to work with a great company, but it would be great to see and work with more women in my field. I had some great female professors in college who did so much to get every talented female student they met into computer science, so it's really important to me to pay it forward.
When they get long and complicated, regular expressions are difficult to write, hard to read, and still harder to document. Even a regular expression used to test for a very well understood and well-defined pattern can be lengthy and, frankly, baffling.
Migrations are never glamorous, but doing them right and verifying their integrity is essential to their success. The WordPress Migrate module gives you an easy turnkey solution to migrating content into Drupal from WordPress.