I’m so excited: now that my book is out, I am freed up to get all geared up for DrupalConDC 2009! Among other things, that means getting Project Flow & Tracker all ready so that my session presentation can include a real, practical example, as well as allow the audience to leave with a usable web application either in their hands or on-line (all you can do right now is drill down from project to role to user story).
And I’m using PFT to bootstrap itself into existence. And there is a really cool online log of exciting Drupal 6 stuff I’m doing to get it done, including flagging “my current projects”, embedded Views 2 with arguments, using NAT to create future OPMLable non-exclusive trees of nodes… well I’m having fun. See you at DrupalConDC 2009! And I hope to see you at my session!
- Leveraging Drupal: Getting your site done right
- DrupalConDC 2009
My DrupalConDC 2009 presentation
Project Flow and Tracker: From business objects and user stories to test-driven Drupal based website application
- Project Flow & Tracker (alpha… will be beta soon)
- Really cool ongoing work in progress detailed log The Making of Project Flow & Tracker