Sessions Classified "Session 1 (9:30-10:40)"

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2019 Drupaldelphia

From User Stories to Use Cases: Tell the Full Story

Most of us have been trained to write user stories.

As a < type of user >, I want < some goal > so that < some reason >.

We write these on whiteboards.
We write these on notecards.
We write these in crazy software that promises to help us work more efficiently.

In the end, they end up being used as a checkbox

UX Field Research Basics

With the speed at which technology is changing, field research offers understanding into how products can impact the lives of your customers. Regardless if it’s your first or hundredth time, conducting field research is a daunting task. Planning and conducting field research is a juggling act between preparation, interview skills, and synthesis. In this talk, I’ll share some of the soft skills and key principles involved in any researcher’s toolkit and explore lessons learned from the three main stages of conducting field studies:

 

Cracking Drupal

 As a member of the security team I have seen a lot of code and what can go wrong with it. This talk aims to educate you about the OWASP top 10 and share some experience about web application security including about:

  • XSS, CSRF, Access Bypass, SQL injection, DOS explained
  • Secure configuration (web server, file permissions, etc.)
  • Tools and Modules to improve security on your site

I will show you a few common mistakes that Drupal Developers make when they write code and how they can be avoided

Drupal for Entrepreneurs - let the drop help you do the hard thinking

Everyone wants to build a business around an “app”. That’s fine, but learning to code is hard while also building a business around the app you want. Prototyping your site with Drupal allows you to do the hard thinking that app designers and software architects do, without having to learn their specific skills. Super bonus, if you find a Drupal developer, they can build the rest of the website based on the prototype you’ve already built!

Drupal sits in the middle:

All for Web and Web for All: Moving Toward Accessibility Compliance

The accessible web, it's not just for avoiding lawsuits anymore. What makes a site accessibilitiy compliant? How can we get there - and why should we bother? This session will provide a foundation in accessibility concepts and guidance in leveraging that foundation into organizational change, where everyone who touches the site remains aware of accessibility issues. Join us in the quest for WCAG 2.0 AA Compliance!

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