We're lining up another bunch of talks for the last Drupal Show and Tell this side of Christmas. So far these talks are confirmed:
- "Client friendly UX in Drupal 7" with Keith Jay of Five Mile - Drupal.org says that Drupal 'allows you to easily organize, manage and publish your content'. But are our Drupal installations really so easy to use? In this short talk, we'll run through some of the things we like to do to improve the Drupal user experience for our clients and we look forward to hearing about some of your own tricks.
- "BBC Good Food" with Alan MacKenzie of the BBC - This is the first of two sessions about the bbcgoodfood.com Drupal rebuild. bbcgoodfood.com is the 99th largest Drupal site in the world according totopdrops.org with over 43 M page views server to 10 M unique users per month. This session covers the history, aims, challenges and successes of the project as well as deep diving into specific detail on the work that was done on scaling Drupal to the level required.
- "A tiny real time performance monitor for PHP and Drupal" with our very own Peter Arato of Cameron and Wilding.
As usual there'll be tea, coffee, sandwiches and general good cheer culminating in a beer or two in the pub afterwards.
We're really keen to hear from anyone who'd like to contribute, so if you'd like to do a short talk, do get in touch with me (@ed_crompton) or the Cameron and Wilding team (@cameronwilding).
Thanks to London Southbank University who have kindly donated their space again.