was held this past weekend in Washington, DC. We had more than 320 people show up with more than 45 sessions offered by Drupalers from around the US. In case you missed CapitalCamp or couldn't attend our sessions, we have all of the slides from Phase2 sessions available here.
When upgrading an existing site from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7, often the biggest blocker is the use of custom modules. There might be tons of data in a proprietary format using a custom developed (may or may not be in-house) that the site requires. This presentation will cover what steps are necessary to upgrade a module from 6.x to 7.x. Slides (PDF)
Taking your site from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7
Drupal 7 offers a lot of exciting and big changes when coming from Drupal 6. However, some things are vastly different under the hood, and modules are not immediately compatible between major versions. This leads to two basic options: upgrade or migrate. Slides (PDF)
OpenPublic & Open Government: How Apps Work as a Transparency
Explore how Apps work, and how they can help achieve greater transparency for the public sector. Then take a look at ways the OpenPublic community can easily contribute to the Apps market to achieve greater impact on open government efforts. Slides (PDF)
UI fundamentals for Drupal teams
The goal of this session is to establish a common frame of reference for discussions about user interfaces and usability. We will cover several fundamental UI principles and show how they apply to the conversations among developers, designers, project managers and clients. Plus, we'll give you some practical takeaways to facilitate better conversations among your design, development, and client teams. Slides (PDF)