1-3 March 2019

City, University London

Workflow in distributed Drupal agency

Session details

Drupal 8 projects are mostly bigger and more complex than Drupal 7.  To deliver D8 projects you need a team, not only a single developer.  To deliver good quality software on time you need a good workflow. 

In Droptica we continuously improve our processes and workflow. Our work looks much different than five years ago. 

In my presentation you will find information about:

  • how we work in bigger Drupal projects (2-8 team members, 3 or more months)
  • how we handle support for our clients (development work for less than 40 hours per month)
  • how we work in a distributed  team and don’t decrease our quality (we have three offices in Poland)
  • what process we automated 
  • how looks everyday work of our developers 
  • what tools/software we use to deliver good quality products 
  • how looks the learning process in our  company

About the speaker
Over 10 years experience with Drupal. Co-founder of Droptica - Drupal agency founded in 2013. DrupalCamp Poland co-organizer. President of Drupal Marketing Foundation Poland. 

Session Track
Scheduled day
Session Time
12.05 - 12.50

Keynote speakers

Rowan Merewood

Developer @ Google

Saturday AM

Preston So

Director of R&I @ Acquia

Sunday AM

Sally Young

Developer @ Lullabot

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