Technical Architecture

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Community-Powered Web Standards: Organized Excellence in Design

We're joined by Joyce Peralta to explore McGill's "Web Standards", the key to managing 1,500 sites & transforming their digital landscape. Learn how your organization can benefit too!

Do You Need a Digital Asset Management (DAM) System?

We go over the problems that DAM platforms purport to solve, what you should focus on instead, and the unique circumstances where we would recommend one.

Drupal Automatic Updates—The Update

Keeping a Drupal site up-to-date can be tricky and time consuming. Host Matt Kleve sits down with three people in the Drupal community who have been working to make that process easier and faster.

Progressive Decoupling in Drupal (and Beyond)

Learn the key benefits of progressive decoupling, why IBM prioritizes it, and the open-source tools you can use to get started today.

Improving Team Efficiency with Architecture Decision Records

As an agency with many project-based teams, we believed that we could more efficiently and effectively share knowledge, best practices, and good decisions across teams.

Shifting Left: How DevOps Strengthens Teams and Saves Money

When you “shift left,” you find problems earlier. Powered by a good DevOps setup, shifting left can save your organization money and improve team morale.

Test Driven Development for Decoupled Drupal

We replaced a back-end system consisting of Drupal 7, Java, and MongoDB with a single Drupal 8 site. Our team got there - but it took some learning along the way.

Talking Continuous Integration

Mike and Matt gather a fleet of Lullabots to talk the ins and outs of continuous integration (CI) in 2019.

Drupal 9 with Angie Byron, Gábor Hojtsy, and Nathaniel Catchpole

Matt and Mike talk with Angie "Webchick" Byron, Nathaniel Catchpole, and Gábor Hojtsy about the next year's release of Drupal 9.

Behind the Screens with Tom Sliker

Tom Sliker started Broadstreet Consulting more than a decade ago, and has made Drupal a family affair. We dragged Tom out of the South Carolina swamps and into DrupalCamp Atlanta to get the scoop.