This month we are joined by Brock Fanning with the College of Arts and Humanities.
Title: How custom is too custom? Tips for coding (and when not to).
This presentation is about making the call between writing custom code and using contributed modules. There will be no code snippets; it is more of a high-level look at Drupal customization and its pros and cons.
The material will be most useful to developers and project managers. This presentation will address questions like:
The Drupal User’s Group meeting this month will be held on Wednesday, March 9 at 12 noon (not the first Wednesday).
The meeting will be an open forum, led by Megan Weng, Suran De Silva, and Kevin Nesline, where we’ll discuss items of interest or challenges we’re experiencing. This is a chance to bring your Drupal questions and projects to the table to get input from your peers.
DrupalCon 2016 is taking place in New Orleans from May 9 to 13th! https://events.drupal.org/neworleans2016 For those of you who haven't been to DrupalCon, it's an annual Drupal Conference that brings the Drupal community together. It touchs on all aspects of Drupal with 13 trackes spanning from begining to advanced experience level.