One Shoe | 17 jan 2014
During Drupalcafé February the 20th we'll address a topic, which probably becomes a point of attention in one form or another for every Drupal developer. The topic is; Drupal performance. We'll be giving attention to 2 forms of Drupal performance; (page load) speed and stress handling. The impact of both back-end (architecture) and front-end (theming) choices on these types of performance will be discussed.
The programme for this evening will be;
- 17.00 doors open
- 17.30 presentation #1: Grunting with Drupal. Ide Braakman of One Shoe will demonstrate how to speed up your Drupal theme development with Grunt. Grunt is an automated task runner designed to make your life as a developer easier. In this session we show you some practical examples of how you can use Grunt to speed up your theme development and it's performance.
- 18.15 break
- 18.30 presentation #2: Back-end development. Robin Celie of One Shoe will dive into various performance aspects of Drupal development. Topics like Memcache, APC, Boost and Entity Cache will be discussed. If time allows, we'll also shed light on server-side optimizations such as Varnish and Load Balancing.
- 19.00 drinks
- 20.00 end
Drupalcafe February will be held at thursday February 20th at the One Shoe office: Janskerkhof 16, 3512 BM Utrecht. To register for this event: http://www.meetup.com/drupalnetherlands/
Drupalcafé is always looking for themes and speakers. Submit your theme ideas and / or willingness to give a presentation for future Drupalcafé’s via firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject header “Drupalcafe submission”.
Drupalcafé is an open meeting forum, for- and by Drupal enthusiasts. Drupalcafé features presentations, open discussions and inspiring demonstrations that promote knowledge sharing of Drupal. While enjoying a drink, we present and discuss relevant developments with regard to the Drupal open source software, but also adjacent topics. Drupalcafé is a monthly event, visited by (amongst others) ICT managers, (Drupal) software developers and people who are interested in open source CMS software.