Drush is a great tool for quickly managing routine tasks with a drupal installation. It allows you to search d.o, install Drupal and modules, enable modules and much more.
This session is intended as a starter for developers and builders who want to use drush, or for users who want to become more proficient and take it to the next level.
We'll explain how to install Drush, how to use it and how to perform some common tasks.
Back End Development
DevOps & Misc Development
Content Managers, Editors
Developers (Back-end php focused)
DevOps Engineers, Tech Leads, Lead Developers
About the Presenter
Over the last five years, I have given various presentations at many Drupal events in the United States and several events multiple times. I have been fortunate to provide the keynote for several of those events, including Drupal GovCon, Drupal Asheville, Drupal Colorado, and Drupal Camp St Louis. I have been featured at Florida Drupal Camp, Drupal Asheville, MidCamp, and others. I have given international talks at Drupal North and Drupal Camp Costa Rica. I have presented remotely at Drupal Europe, Stanford Drupal Camp, Drupal 8 Day, and at the DC Drupal Meetup. Topics vary from Drupal 8 development, contribution, technical leadership, security, DevOps, design systems, community, agile, and more.
Here are links to some talks, including recordings:
Better Together: Impact Through Contribution (GovCon keynote)
The Unintentional Findings of a Honey Badger (Asheville keynote)
Restoring Our Lost Imagination (Colorado keynote)
Security in Practice: Tools and Techniques (Florida featured talk)
My Journey to Understanding Technical Leadership (New Jersey / MidCamp talks)