Annertechies coming to DrupalCon Vienna
Tuesday, 26th September, 11:20-11:45
Speaker: Mike King
Track: Project Management
In his session, Mike will outline the good, the bad and the downright wasteful aspects of estimates and how they’re used, before contrasting it all with the positive benefits of using forecasting to communicate a range of outcomes and how this can be communicated with the wider team. There will also be a follow-up BoF to share open source tools so that everyone can take home this new set of skills.
Tuesday, 26th September, 14:15-15:15
Speaker: Stella Power
Track: Site Building
Thinking of adding multilingual functionality to your Drupal 8 site? Then this is the session for you. Here Stella will take you through the fundamentals of configuring your content to be multilingual and the various pitfalls and lessons learned along the way.
Wednesday, 27th September, 10:45-11:45
Speakers: Andrew Macpherson (and Théodore Biadala and Kristen Pol)
Track: Core Conversations
In Drupal core, we've been making great strides incorporating accessibility best practices into the UX and markup. It’s not only important to help increase Drupal product adoption in some markets (e.g. the public sector) that have strict accessibility requirements, but accessibility is important to make Drupal sites reach the most people with varying backgrounds and abilities. This can be good for business. It is certainly good for our humanity.
Wednesday, 27th September, 15:45-16:45
Speaker: Mark Conroy
Track: Front End
This presentation will be an easy-going rant about how to make things better for frontend developers and will start by taking a look at Photoshop, SketchApp and InVision and how these tools fail to deliver. We will then move on to talking about designing in the browser and how tools such as PatternLab and Fractal can help solve these problems. Finally, we'll look at how we can (easily) integrate PatternLab with Drupal, thereby going 'Back to the Future'.
Thursday, 28th September, 13:00 - 13:25
Speaker: Anthony Lindsay
Track: Performance and Scaling
Come participate in an interactive performance workshop. Here you'll get to view a broken site and all the awful performance blunders that were made, and more importantly how to fix them.
There's a brief overview of each of our speaking slots. Be sure not to miss them, and don't forget to come say hello to us afterwards!
Photo credit: Franz Jachim