We're going to Drupal Mountain Camp!

Drupal Mountain Camp 2019

On Friday, from 14:40 till 15:00, join Maria Comas for GraphQL 101: What, Why, How. This session is aimed at anyone that might have heard or read about “GraphQL” and is curious to know more about it. The session will give a basic overview and try to answer questions like:

  • What is GraphQL?

  • Is GraphQL only for decoupled projects?

  • Advantages to using GraphQL with Drupal

  • Getting started with GraphQL

Follow this up on Friday from 15:00 till 16:00, with Daniel Lemon who will present Mob Programming: An interactive session. The basic concept of mob programming is simple: the entire team works as a team together on one task at the time. That is one team – one (active) keyboard – one screen (projector of course). It’s just like doing full-team pair programming. In this session you’ll learn:

  • What are the benefits to a team?

  • How could this be potentially integrated into your current workflow

  • The disadvantages to Mob Programming and why it might not work for certain types of companies (such as a web agency).

Additionally, don’t forget to check out this talk from Michael Schmid of amazee.io Best Practices: How We Run Decoupled Websites with 110 Million Hits per Month. This session will lift the curtain on the biggest Decoupled Websites run by amazee.io and will cover:

  • How the project is set up in terms of Infrastructure, Code, Platform and People

  • How it is hosted on AWS with Kubernetes, and what we specifically learned from hosting Decoupled within Docker & Kubernetes

  • Other things we learned running such a big website

Hope to see you in Davos soon!