Yes, yes, one click deployment is amazing. And yet so last year. So I say, hell no, we want one push deployment. The dream cheeky USB button is neat. Let's deploy sites with it. This project is an example of how you might be able to do it: Deploytron.
Ok, so what does this really mean? With virtualized development environments, continous integration tools, and continous delviery tools we should be able to make changes to production sites predictably and easily. Deployment isn't an after thought, it's simply another step in the development process. And its easy. Hosting services are marketing tools to do specifically this. But frankly, it takes the fun out of it.
2015-06-17 (All day) Europe/London
Recently, I had the opportunity to present my core conversation,”Pain points of learning and contributing in the Drupal community,” at DrupalCon Los Angeles.
My co-presenter Frédéric G. Marand and I talked about the disconnect between Drupal and api.drupal.org on core and some of the pain points to contributing and learning in the Drupal community. We also spoke little bit on continuous contribution and sporadic contribution and benefits of both.
The open mic discussion brought up some interesting issues, and so I have compiled some links to answer questions.
Audience Suggestions and Responses
Twig Blocks and Drupal
Fri, 05/29/2015 - 17:16
Jeff talks to Deane Barker of Blend Interactive about the art and practice of content management, the joy of solving complicated problems, and his upcoming O'Reilly book Web Content Management.