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Drupal 8 and 9 Migrations Made Simple

June 15, 2020

Featured in Pantheon Blog - Part One 

“We have to migrate our website again!? Already?”
                             — Most content owners

Inevitably, as soon as a new Drupal version is announced, we start receiving emails and phone calls and getting stopped in the hallway or at the coffee shop. Everyone wants to know: Do we have to migrate again? So soon?

Drupal migrations seem to inspire most content owners to regale their web team with their worst migration stories. It all feels like just yesterday—the time they had to migrate all their content by hand, the time they lost all their PDFs, the time the previous developer broke their favorite feature. Does it always have to be this hard?

Drupal 9 Feeds release party and other fun links

June 4, 2020

Drupal 9 released on June 3, 2020 - as promised!!

Released on June 4, 2020

Other links

Pantheon Drupal 9 Training

  • Drupal Basics: Discover why Drupal has become one of the biggest CMSs and how you can leverage the Drupal community throughout your next project.
  • Content Types & Fields: These building blocks of Drupal allow you to create and manage complex data structures within an easy UI.
  • Dynamic Lists: You’ll learn how to use Views, a UI-driven query builder, to generate dynamic pages and blocks that can be reused throughout your site.
  • Layout Builder: We’ll demonstrate how to use the new Layout Builder to control how content gets formatted on the fly.
  • Q&A: We'll spend a portion of the time answering any questions you have around the essentials of Drupal.

Fibonacci celebrating PI day

March 13, 2020

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi Day is an annual opportunity for math enthusiasts to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and to eat pie.


Stanford Web Camp 2020 - sessions announced

February 20, 2020

This year we have full schedule 5 weeks before the camp and amazing keynote with Rain Breaw! Woot!

We started our Drupal Camp to support web community, to share knowledge, to help more people to overcome imposter syndrome. We want open source to be sustainable, which is why we invest in community and in going further together.