2013 Stanford Drupal Camp Has Ended

NOTE: This website is an archive of the 2013 Stanford Drupal Camp. The current year's Stanford Drupal Camp website is at http://drupalcamp.stanford.edu

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Sessionsort icon Experience level Track
Deploying drupal sites - lessons learned
Oleg Ciubotaru

One of the most stressful and complicated parts in the last stages of development are deployments.

I'll try to answer a couple of questions and give some insights on what I've learned...

Advanced Development
Features Workshop
Zach Chandler, Caryl Westerberg

Build Features! In this session we won't just be talking about Features, will will actually make some! Bring your project, and we can huddle up and figure out if you've got any Features in thar!...

Intermediate
Site Building
Use Cases
Stanford Subsite
Linnea Williams

Case study on undergrad.stanford.edu and the Stanford Subsite module.

Beginner
Stanford
Use Cases
The Stanford Blog Feature: How we built the SWS Blog
Megan Miller

Stanford Web Services has been hard at work on the Stanford Blog Feature since summer 2012. This feature provides a simple, yet robust blog feature that you can enable on your Drupal site. In this...

Beginner
Site Building
Use Cases
Using Menu Block module to build consistent navigation
Linnea Williams

Easily create a consistent navigational structure on your site with Menu Blocks! Menu Block module provides configurable blocks of menu trees starting with any level of any menu. You'll learn how...

Intermediate Site Building
We are on Drupal! What now?
Irina Zaks

9 months after migration, we will be showing in the series of case studies how Drupal is changing operations flow at SLS and people's minds

Beginner
Community
Content Management
Higher Education