DrupalCampNYC 2020


Videos from DrupalCampNYC 2020

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by: Yolanda White, Antiena Perry, Mary Kenny, Toyia Flowers, and Ruthie Siegel

The CWA Joint Training Initiative was formed to offer a coordinated public and technical response to these conditions and to provide an alternative learning path to working adult members, their dependents, and families.

Apprentices access cross-disciplinary teams, with the goal of developing those skills essential to design, build, and maintain communications networks. Different tools are employed throughout the training and apprenticeship, including Drupal.
by: Boris Smirnov

Since 1989, large media distributors and news agencies across North America have been using ANPA-1312 to standardize the content and structure of text-based news articles. A majority of journalists, independent writers, and news agency managers still compose their articles, upload code-friendly content through an FTP network, and release on the wire. Much of this work is done in forgotten rooms on outdated hardware. Thanks to the standard format, however, the content can still be aggregated into the newswire. Fast forward almost 30 years later, in 2018, when a major NYC-based radio station invested in an industry-disrupting solution leveraging Drupal, new groups module, AWS SQS, and SalesForce. The resulting service? An app that allows newswire uploads from phone, tablet, or desktop computer. From anywhere around the world, the app categorizes data so even writers unfamiliar with the ANPA format can submit their articles on the wire. The modern UI offers dramatic usability improvements, like allowing talk-show hosts and radio-station reporters to build show rundowns, content customizability, and edited article access across networks. Spend an hour with me as I talk about some of the challenges faced while building a custom workaround for NYC’s biggest internet radio station and renovating the ANPA standard.
by: Aimee Quesada and Ashworth Charles

In this talk, the NYU Stern UX team will discuss accessibility and the importance of accessible design. We will cover the design process the Stern UX team went through bring the portal up to WCAG 2.0 AA standards. We will highlight some of the challenges we encountered implementing the accessible design in Drupal 8.
by: Matthew Merkelson, Lenny Zenith, and Robin Sentell

Learn how the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) managed a massive migration from D6 to D8, including hundreds of custom modules.
by: Greg Kallenberg and John Berube

Learn how the New York Public Library is making the switch to Drupal 8 using more modern techniques for development and deployment. We'll cover what tools we use for site building, local development and deployment to self-hosted or third-party hosting environments.

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