I am exited to announce I will be speaking at a DrupalCon Los Angeles, I will be preseting Speeding up Drupal 8 development using Drupal Console on Thursday, May 14th, 1pm, Room 502B - Lullabot.
I will be joining enzo Eduardo García another project co-maintainer, together during this session we will be sharing the insights and latest achievements of the project and mentioning what features are planned for future development.
Drupal Console has been evolving a lot since project inception back in 2013 in DrupalCamp Costa Rica.
This projects started as a scaffolding tool, to generate the necessary code to build a Drupal 8 module, and evolved as a more mature CLI tool you can use it to interact with your Drupal 8 installation and can also be used to learn Drupal 8.
Managing the increasing complexity of Drupal 8 can be a daunting task for anyone, are you prepared for it? Drupal Console is a suite of tools to help manage that complexity. Come along as we explore this tool.
If you are involved with Drupal or looking forward to Drupal 8 you don’t want to miss this session.
NOTE: On Monday, May 11th, I will be leading the training Introduction to Symfony2: Getting Ready for D8 If you are attending to DrupalConLA and want to get exposed to writing code for Symfony 2 and Drupal 8 make sure you register for the class now.
- Landing page http://drupalconsole.com/
- Code repository http://bit.ly/console-code
- Documentation book http://bit.ly/console-book
- Gitter chat room http://bit.ly/console-chat
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