Drupalcon Baltimore talk & slides

Image by Jeff Geerling

Two weeks ago, I presented our story of rebuilding rednoseday.com on Drupal 8 at DrupalCon Baltimore, Drupal’s largest gathering with an attendance of over 3000!

I talked about our journey of building a product to power all our editorial websites at Comic Relief (see my previous blog post), and focused on three topics: editor experience, automation & streamlining, and using decoupled services.

So far, our product ecosystem proudly powers www.rednoseday.com, and the upcoming Red Nose Day USA Campaign, and we are currently working hard to bring www.comicrelief.com on board as well!

Check out the video of my presentation (audio+slides)

or the slides only.

Cross-posted from the Comic Relief Technology Blog

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Peter Vanhee

Peter Vanhee

Passionate technologist. Founder and director @marzeelabs @weareserverless. ex-head of technology @comicrelief

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