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This session talks about View Modes. Not to be confused with the Views module, View Modes are different types of displays for you content. The most common example is the Default and Teaser view modes that you get out of the box with Drupal nodes. The great part about view modes is that you can create the display once and reused it all over your site.
This video goes into a lot of detail of all of the different Panels modules within the Drupal 7 universe, and there are quite a few. Here are some of the more useful ones that were mentioned.
This session dives deep into how large web development shops handle deployment of websites that see heavy traffic. In talks a lot about the concept of continuous delivery. The talk is somewhat of an overview of a wide range of topics, but it provides a ton of helpful information and starting places to begin building out your companies website deployment strategy. The talk covers three basic topics: development workflows, testing, deployment.
This video goes into great detail of all of the new features available in Drush 5. Drush 5 has added a bunch of helpful enhancements to the already amazing Drush system.
This session provides a good overview of Views and especially understanding Views 3 after working with Views 2. The video shows a bunch of the features of Views that people might miss. These features can be really handy in more specialized Views configurations. The session also gives a quick overview of how to extend Views to add support for any specialized case that you might run into with your specific Drupal site.
Ever wondered how to make your website look good on a smartphone while also looking really nice on a desktop monitor? Responsive CSS is the answer. In the past websites would handle this problem by setting up a completely separate version of the website for mobile devices. However, doing this takes a lot of extra work and doesn't provide the ideal experience for users of all of the different mobile devices out there with different screen resolutions.
According to Merriam-Webster, suffix –ocracy, or –cracy, is wrapped up with political connotation. From social classes, government styles, or social constructs –cracy is a suffix for organizing societies and leadership forms. So what does –cracy have to do with websites and Drupal?