DrupalSouth Canberra 2018
Understanding that our basic human needs barely change, how does the future of technology shape what we eat, how we communicate, how we commute or how we love?
Charbel Zeaiter’s keynote presentation will hone in on what he considers to be “The Five Waves of Technology” and how emerging technologies will affect our core human reality. What will this mean for our world, our communities and our sense of self?
With the number of exploits and poorly configured Drupal sites in the wild, having a WAF will allow you to weather the storm of script kiddies and bots, and free up resources on your origin. This session will go through best practice WAF tuning, and how you can adapt this to your site.
Using a UX led approach to features, content and design, the Single Digital Presence project is improving the way citizens interact with the Victorian Government online. This talk will showcase the current SDP websites and briefly discuss the technology that underpins them.
Front-end development in Drupal got you down?
Time to try a modern frontend framework?
Or just want to see some real-time, visually test driven component development?
In this session Realityloop will be discussing alternative Front-end practices, and demoing their in development solution to simplify the creation of test driven, audit-able, component libraries.
Decoupled CMSs are the big buzz at the moment, but is it the best way forward? This talk will discuss considering partial decoupling as an alternative. Real-world examples from Transport for NSW's Motocap and ACCC's Energy made Easy sites will be used to make the case.
Front-end development can require many different build tools, such as Webpack, Babel, CSS pre/post processors, linters and test runners. This talk will explore the approach that Deloitte Digital takes to configure these tools once, and re-use them across projects as a single upgradeable package.
Testing saves us money, time and hair loss. It fixes the problems we don't even know existed. Writing tests is always good for you and your website's health. The only side effect is you might enjoy writing tests more than writing actual code. This session is about writing tests for an existing site.
Open government promotes transparency, citizen participation/collaboration and accountability to produce better governments. Here in Australia we’re making headway in the digital arena to drive positive change and contribute to the open government movement.
What would you do if your laptop was stolen?
Have I got your attention? Yes? Good :)
Now think about all the un-sanitised databases that were on that laptop.
Lets talk about packaging those up into sanitised, developer consumable artefacts.