This week a team of Web Chefs is heading to the fair city of Minneapolis to share knowledge and be inspired by the community at Twin Cities Drupal Camp. If you plan on attending the Camp stop by to say “Hi!” at our sponsor table and make sure you don’t miss our Headless Drupal training and these great Web Chef sessions!
We’re happy to be offering our popular Introduction to Headless Drupal class free of charge for Twin Cities Drupal Camp attendees! Do you want to manage content in Drupal but use something else to deliver it to your users? This is the class for you.
We are super excited to be sponsoring and participating another year at Stanford Drupal Camp – the awesome event that brings together Drupalistas from the Bay Area and the University. Check out our sessions and stop by the Four Kitchens booth for stickers and pencils! There’s also a limited number of Four Kittens t-shirts up for grabs!
At 1am Pacific on January 29th, 2015, Entertainment Weekly quietly switched to Drupal 7. Ten WordPress VIP blogs and a monolithic Vignette V6 Content Suite were deprecated. Over a half million articles and images were migrated to a new design and modern publishing platform, and Four Kitchens led the development.
On February 27th, 2015, three of the web chefs on the project presented a migration case study to a full room at SANDcamp 2015. Myself, Matt and Patrick fielded questions about the project. While no recording was available, I’d like to share the presentation with you.
This week’s Watercooler is packed with awesome. Start using element queries, celebrate Leah’s birthday with us, check out the SassConf schedule, and learn about the new remote debugging protocol being developed by Mozilla.
The last installment of the Four Kitchens Guide to Austin brings you recommendations from the Four Kitchens partners, Aaron Stanush and Todd Nienkerk.
We are announcing two more exciting events during DrupalCon Austin! Party and lunch with us during DrupalCon Austin.
We are thrilled that DrupalCon is coming to Austin in exactly one month from today! We want to share the best our city has to offer with everyone visiting, so we are putting together four exciting days of activities aptly called the Four Days of Four Kitchens, or #4DaysOf4K for short (with hashtag!). These are some of the activities we have planned for you the week of DrupalCon Austin.
SXSW is just about to start. In fact, it’s already started: SXSWedu, a relatively new offshoot of the SXSW mega-brand — kicked off yesterday, stretching the overall event to a full two weeks. That’s fourteen days of sessions, workshops, parties, and business cards. Piles of business cards. Fistfuls of business cards bursting from your pockets and spilling onto the beer-soaked floor of a temporarily rebranded bar on Sixth Street.
While working on the DrupalCamp Austin schedule, I was surprised to find that there weren’t any Jekyll templates or plugins available for event schedules. Since it was relatively simple to put one together I want to share some code we generated in the process of hosting the event.
Like many community-driven conferences, DrupalCamp Austin is a multi-day, multi-track event with lunch breaks, keynotes, and evening events like parties. These templates were built to easily handle all of that, so if your event is similar they will probably work for you. Read on for a breakdown of our Jekyll-powered event schedule.