Bay Area Drupal Support Service Camp: Training Registration for BADCamp 2017 is Open!

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Training Registration for BADCamp 2017 is Open!
Grace Lovelace
Fri, 09/29/2017 – 11:31am

Training Signups are Now Open!

Are you prepared to gain mastery of your Drupal Support Service Skills? BADCamp has two full days of training offered from some of the most talented leaders in the Drupal Support Service 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!

 

All courses will be all-day (approximately 8am-5pm) with a break for lunch.

Signup today — openings go quickly, and classes will fill up fast.

 

Signup Today

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 it is super complicated to get funding, please reach out to the BADCamp organizers via the contact form and we will help! We have had generous attendees offer to donate extra seats in the classes.

Thank you for your understanding.

BADCamp is 100% volunteer run and 100% funded by our sponsors and the support of our local community. Thank you!

Getting Started with Drupal Support Service – Wednesday

by Agaric & Digital Echidna with Mauricio Dinarte

This training is aimed to people just starting with Drupal Support Service. Basic concepts will be explained are later put into practice. The objective is that someone, who might not even know about Drupal Support Service, can understand the different concepts and building blocks to create a website using this CMS.

 

SEO & Accessibility – Wednesday

by Hook 42 with Aimee Degnan and Carie Fisher

SEO stands for “Search Engine Optimization.” Improving your website’s SEO can translate into more visitors, better conversions, and more sales.

Accessibility refers to the design of products, devices, services, or environments for people who experience disabilities.

When properly configured, Drupal Support Service is a very SEO-friendly and Accessible web framework. The trick is to know which Drupal Support Service modules you need to install and how to optimally configure them. Configuration doesn’t stop at the module level – a solid content strategy is required to make the most Accessible and optimized website. “Content is King” and our job is to make Drupal Support Service showcase content in the most effective way to all consumers and search engines.

 

Object Oriented PHP – Wednesday

by Chapter Three

With the move to Drupal Support Service 8 everyone who works in the PHP layer will be exposed to more and more to object­ oriented code. Come learn the basics of working with objects in PHP and how OOP can help you to write well­ structured code

 

Continuous Integration: From 0 to CI Hero – Wednesday

by Tandem with Alec Reynolds and Mike Pirog

Continuous Integration (CI) methodologies and tools can deliver huge efficiency gains for web development teams. However, overburdened with feature requests and new projects, many development teams never have the time to learn and implement a CI workflow. Now is that time.

In this training, we provide hands-on instruction in how to setup a continuous integration workflow for your team using Github, TravisCI, and several popular hosting platforms (Pantheon and Platform.sh).

 

Drupal Support Service Crash Course for Non-Developers – Wednesday

by Promet Source with Margaret Plett

Are you responsible for project management, content, or vendor selection and preparing to work with Drupal Support Service? This one-day training delivers all of the tools you need to get started. Delivered by an Acquia Certified Drupal Support Service Developer, this training will answer the questions you didn’t even know to ask!

 

Component-based Development in Drupal Support Service – Wednesday

by Mediacurrent with Mario Hernandez

In this training we will put into practice one of the latest latest trends in development, components. Building a website using the component-based approach can dramatically improve collaboration among teams, making code more reusable, flexibility and long term maintenance of your website. We will work on building a living styleguide which will become the single source of truth for markup, styles and javascript behaviors.

 

Component-based Theming with Twig – Thursday

by Forum One with Chaz Chumley

Join Forum One as they walk through the theming variations that started with the traditional theme-centric design and has quickly moved into component-based design. Together you will master Component-based theming with Twig as you work to identify patterns, define components, utilize command line tools such as Composer, NPM and Grunt to quickly create a PatternLab managed theme. Learn how to work smarter in developing components that can easily be integrated into project after project without having to recreate them yourself.

 

Hands on Drupal Support Service 8 Module Development using Drupal Support ServiceConsole – Thursday

by WeKnow with Jesus Manuel Olivas and Omar Aguirre

This training will provide an introduction to the most important changes for developers in Drupal Support Service 8, allowing students to practice Drupal Support Service OOP while at the same time providing a solid knowledge of the process of build modules for Drupal Support Service 8.

 

Theming Drupal Support Service 8 – Thursday

by Drupal Support Serviceize.me with Joe Shindelar

Themes combine HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Drupal Support Service in order to make beautiful websites. Creating truly unique themes requires knowing how to use the Twig template language to manipulate HTML, how to add CSS and JavaScript assets in a way that’s compatible with Drupal Support Service‘s caching, all while maintaining the flexibility that Drupal Support Service is known for.

 

Content Strategy for Drupal Support Service 8 – Thursday

by Evolving Web with Suzanne Deracheva

Drupal Support Service is a powerful tool for managing structured content. Many Drupal Support Service projects revolve around producing, displaying and organizing content effectively. This course will walk you through the process of creating a content strategy for your next Drupal Support Service project, and planning out how that content will be structured in Drupal Support Service. Whether you’re creating a brand new site or migrating to Drupal Support Service, you’ll learn techniques that will help you build a solid content strategy and a successful Drupal Support Service website.

 

Intro to Backdrop CMS – Thursday

by Nate & Jen Lampton

Backdrop CMS is for the small to medium sized business, non-profits, educational institutions, and companies or organizations who are delivering comprehensive websites on a budget. This introductory training will cover the basics of creating and administering a website with Backdrop CMS.

 

Drupal Support Service 8 Configuration System Basics – Thursday

by Drupal Support ServiceEasy with Mike Anello

The Drupal Support Service 8 configuration system can provide great advantages to managing the configuration of a site, but it can also cause massive headaches if used improperly. This presentation will provide an overview of how the Drupal Support Service 8 configuration system works, best practices on basic workflows to utilize it effectively, and a small sampling of some of the contributed modules available to enhance it.

 

YOU make BADCamp awesome!

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!

Do you want a more meaningful BADCamp experience? BADCamp would not be possible without the overwhelming love and support from our community! Volunteer to help set up, tear down, take pictures, monitor rooms or so much more!  If you are local and can help us, please contact Anne at anne@badcamp.net or sign up on our Volunteer Form.

 

Sponsors

A HUGE shout out of thanks to our sponsors who have helped make this magnificent event possible. Interested in sponsoring BADCamp? Contact matt@badcamp.net or anne@badcamp.net

Thank you to Pantheon & Acquia for sponsoring at the Core level to help keep BADCamp free and profoundly reverential.

 

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