Drupal newbie? Or maybe you are a mature developer that’s in charge of training the youth? Then keep on reading!
The following article was written based on the experience of our junior developer Sophia. In a short term she had to learn the Drupal 8 specifics and be able to write custom modules in Drupal 8.
We’re going to examine the main OOP features that were implemented in Drupal 8 and create a module. Code samples are included.
Here is where we seek to bring awareness to Drupal modules running on less than 1% of reporting sites. Today we'll consider Linked Field, a module which will allow you to easily wrap a link around another field.
Ready yourselves, fellow adventurers -- this year’s session and speaker lineup have been revealed! There will be sessions spanning the worlds of development, design, strategy, project management, technology communities and everything in between.
A hearty thank you to all the valiant souls who submitted over 187 session proposals, your contributions, year after year, are what make BADCamp excellent. And for those whose hearts still burn to speak, there will be BoF opportunities throughout the event.Drupal Training Classes
Are you prepared to gain mastery of your Drupal Skills? BADCamp has two full days of Drupal Training offered from some of the most talented leaders in the Drupal community.
Join the masters on Wednesday and Thursday while they unfold the magic. This year BADCamp offers skills training in DevOps, theming, module development, content strategy, and much more!
BADCamp has historically provided a completely free training thanks to the overwhelming generosity of our sponsors. However, this year we must charge a nominal fee of $25 to cover operating expenses as we are short on sponsorship funding. We sincerely apologize for this short notice. We needed to find ways at the last minute to break even.
This was a really difficult decision for the BADCamp organizers to make.
If you can't afford the $25 or its super complicated to get funding, please reach out to the BADCamp organizers via the contact form and we will help! We have already had generous attendees offer to donate extra seats in the classes.
Sign up for the BADCamp 2017 newsletter to stay in touch (bottom of Homepage).Do you think BADCamp is awesome?
BADCamp is 100% volunteer run and 100% funded by our sponsors and the support of our local community. Thank you for your support.
Would you have been willing to pay for your ticket? If so, then you can give back to the camp by purchasing an individual sponsorship at the level most comfortable for you. As our thanks, we will be handing out some awesome BADCamp swag as our thanks.We need your help!
BADCamp is 100% volunteer driven and we need your hands! We need stout hearts to volunteer and help set up, tear down, give directions and so much more! If you are able to help us, please sign up on our Volunteer Form.Sponsors
A BIG thanks to our sponsors, especially Acquia & Pantheon, who have committed and supported us. Without them, this magical event wouldn’t be possible. Interested in sponsoring BADCamp? Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgDrupal Planet
Drush 9 features a deep rewrite of our app, both user facing and internals. We created and open sourced AnnotatedCommand (example), OutputFormatters, and Config. We leveraged Symfony Console for our CLI fundamentals. For details on Drush9, see the video or slides from our Drupalcon Vienna presentation.