Can you have it all?
In an ideal world we would be able to get the things we want immediately, in perfect condition AND at just the right price (preferably free). Unfortunately the real world of business doesn’t work that way. We have to make some compromises and choose the project parameters we value most, while sacrificing others.
What are page tables you ask? Page tables are a tool you can leverage in the strategy phase of your web project to help better inform the structure and content of your site.
Using page table will help you:
Learn how to make your clients love you. This session will uncover tips for successful collaborations and share how mastering human interactions is the key to happiness, success and job satisfaction.
Knowing how to collaborate effectively with clients and co-workers largely accounts for the success of our projects. Yet navigating these waters is not always easy. All of us have encountered sticky situations where clients or co-workers miscommunicate, leading to different intrepretations of reality, which can lead to conflict.
Co-presented by Andrew Berry, Lullabot.
The trend towards a "mobile first" use of the web is showing no signs of slowing down. It's no longer enough to have websites that are functional on mobile. They must work well and feel natural on mobile devices to attract and keep visitors.
You're introduced to someone by a friend. The smalltalk begins and you know what's coming.
They ask, "What do you do?" The friend who introduced you tries to understand your explanation yet again.
You say, "Um, I do Drupal." They stare back blankly as you continue.
"...it's a content management system - you know, a CMS?"
You shudder as you try again, "...it's kinda like WordPress?" Still nothing.
Eventually you give in and explain it in a way that even your grandmother could understand: "I build websites."
I had a great time in Portland hanging out with the community at DrupalCamp PDX. Personal highlights for me included winning the race to loan Sam Boyer my laptop development environment for his Panels/Page Manager presentation, getting stuck for more than half of the lunch hour answering questions about PANTHEON and EC2 after my talk, and getting to meet mikey_p, heyrocker and other IRC personalities I've known and loved in person.
Matt Cheney delivered a presentation showcasing the power of the CCK module at Drupal Camp Austin.