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The Modern Project Management Toolkit

Have you ever wondered what tools do PMs use? Or if the tools you are using are the best for fulfilling the purpose? Join a session where I will share the experience from our company and knowledge of the best tools available to ease your PM job and get you to the result faster. We will discuss about tools used for:

  • Roadmapping tools

  • Task Management

    • Defining the tasks

    • Managing the tasks

  • Communication

  • File Sharing & Versioning

  • Gathering Testing feedback

Follow the Building-Brick Road: Building Flexible and Complex Layouts using Nested Elements

In this session I will share our experience of building the prologis.com website in D8 and details about the approaches we had during the process, to ensure a unique website experience, a good content strategy and flexible content building experience. The items I will talk about are:

  • Introduction into the project. Share basic concepts for content building (every page is a node, paragraphs should be used, website should be flexible)

  • Setting the ground - Defining Paragraphs & creating specs

DRUPAL + PHPUNIT = ❤

Everyone love Drupal. Also, everyone want to write 100% working code. And to be sure that your code still working you need to test it. For continuos process you need to test it automatically, because in other case you will have not time to write your code.

This presentation is about using tools for automated testing. Mostly it's overview for newcomers, but many experienced developer still not using auto tests (or tests at all). I'm going to change it.

React

React makes it painless to create interactive UIs. Design simple views for each state in your application, and React will efficiently update and render just the right components when your data changes.

Using Drupal 8 you can make your API and focus on writing your front-end application using a popular framework like Rect, Angular, Vue, Aurelia or any other. This presentation is about basics of React, and how you can quickly start using it in your projects.

So you're a Team Lead. What's next?

At some point in your career, you showed exceptional skills, knowledge and good project attitude, so you took the Team Lead position.

Now that you have a different role in your LinkedIn profile, the question is what you should do in this new position, what tools to use and how is it different from being a developer.

I will try to help you with some non-tech suggestions, tools, and concepts you can use in your day-to-day work. I've worked as a developer, pm, team lead and department head, and have come up with a couple of rules and tools that helped me a lot.

Everyday leadership or a story about finding your way

Everyday leadership is not about changing the world each minute, it is a combination of self-understanding and acting upon your values in a daily life. It is having the clear answer on the question: what do you stand for?

Knowing your leadership stand helps you live a bright and purposeful life, surround yourself with like-minded people and succeed in what you truly love doing. I know that usually we don’t have time to think about such things but they are important. And this session is your opportunity to take your time and get a tangible result.

Lessons learnt from a decade in Drupal

During the past 10 years I have had quite a journey with Drupal. It started in 2007 while I was at university, then I continued learning it when I graduated and became a freelancer.

Since then many things changed from being a hobbyist learner, to teaching new developers and users what I've learnt.

During this session I'll be sharing the key moments and learnings that were significant for me so that you can benefit from my learnings and save time.

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