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MidCamp 2019

This year is the sixth annual Midwest Drupal Camp (aka MidCamp). Palantir is excited to sponsor this year’s event and also have multiple Palantiri presenting sessions!

Palantir Sessions and Events

Understanding Migration Development in Drupal 8: Strategies and Tools to See What's Happening by Dan Montgomery

Migrations in Drupal can be challenging for developers because the tools and strategies to get started and peer behind the curtain are different than those used in most backend development. This is an intermediate topic intended for developers who have a basic understanding of Drupal 8 concepts including plugins and the way entities and fields are used in Drupal to manage content.

 

Community Working Group Update and Q&A by George DeMet

The mission of the Drupal Community Working Group (CWG) is to uphold the Drupal Code of Conduct and maintain a friendly and welcoming community for the Drupal project. In this session, CWG members George DeMet (gdemet) and Michael Anello (ultimike) will provide an update on some of the CWG's recent activities and what the group is working on in 2019, as well as answer audience questions.

 

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: How Weightlifting Helped Me Accept My Place in Tech by Kristen Mayer

Weightlifting and tech. On the surface, these two things may not seem to have much in common, but as a woman trying to navigate both of these male-dominated spheres, I’ve often been intimidated and doubted whether I really belonged. In this session, I’ll look at the strategies that helped me overcome imposter syndrome in the gym, and my journey of applying them to my professional life. I hope that anyone attending this session will walk away feeling empowered about their position and skills within the tech community!

 

Game Night!

Head to the second floor for a fun night of board games, camaraderie and conversation. Camp registration is required to attend this event.

  • Thursday from 6-9pm
  • 2nd Level


Federated Search with Drupal, SOLR, and React (AKA the Decoupled Ouroboros) by Matt Carmichael and Dan Montgomery

Our session will begin with a tour through a recent project developed by Palantir.net for the University of Michigan — bringing content from disparate sites (D7, D8, Wordpress) into a single index and then serve results out in a consistent manner, allowing users to search across all included properties. We’ll discuss how we got started with React, our process for hooking up to SOLR, and how we used Drupal to tie the whole thing together.

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