I'm still recovering from an intense week of Drupal here in Austin, TX. I kicked things off by walking around the downtown area, then taking the intensive Acquia Drupal Developer Certification exam. Once the conference started, I attended a few sessions, met a few awesome Drupalists, and learned a lot. On the last day of the 'Con (the last session, in fact), I presented DevOps for Humans: Ansible for Drupal Deployment Victory!.
I think the presentation went well, and I heard some great questions at the end which really contributed to the discussion of Ansible and Drupal deployments in general. It was a great way to finish up the official DrupalCon sessions, though it meant I was revising slides for the hundredth time during the rest of the week, instead of relaxing and enjoying DrupalCon!
Before I post a video and slides from the session, I wanted to highlight some resources for anyone who attended (or didn't attend) DrupalCon Austin:
- Extended sprints are still going on—join up and help make Drupal better!
- All the session videos are available on the Drupal Association's YouTube Channel. The videos are also embedded in each session's page on the Austin 2014 website. Here's a list of all the sessions.
- Check out future DrupalCon info: DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014, DrupalCon Latin America 2015, and DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015.
- If you attended the Palantir-sponsored Trivia Night, here are all the teams' final scores (my table got 9th, with 3 DrupalCon first-timers!).
Below is the video and slides from the DevOps for Humans presentation. Please let me know what you think!