In my previous post, I gave an overview of a high performance caching setup that facilitated SSL everywhere. This is important because one of the most widely used reverse-proxy caches for Drupal sites is Varnish, which doesn't support SSL termination on its own. Since that post, I gave a presentation at DrupalCamp NJ 2013. I presented the analogy I had developed previously and expanded on it. I prepared a demo in which I had a three server setup.
Much has been written on how to use the Drupal Views module effectively, but less on how to use it like a
perfectionist professional. I started the following checklist for my team to level up everyone's pre- ticket review quality, but it can be useful for any Views builders.
On every site, run
drush vd to turn the Views settings to the advanced mode.
Zivtech was a silver sponsor at HighEdWeb 2011. Alex also presented on the first day of the conference. The topic of his presentation was Drupal in Higher Education.
"HighEdWeb is the annual conference for all higher education Web professionals—from programmers to marketers to designers to all team members in-between—who want to explore the unique Web issues facing colleges and universities."