As you know, DrupalCon is just a few short months away and this year we're proud to be hosting it in sunny Austin, Texas. It's session proposal time and this year we are helping to organize the Business & Strategy track. I'm writing to ask you all to submit your session proposals so that we can make this year's DrupalCon the best one yet.
During my first week at Astonish Design, I was fortunate enough to attend an Austin Drupal Users Group meetup where Ian Carrico spoke about Power Themeing. Power Themeing, as Ian coined it, can be used by anyone who does theme work and writes CSS for any platform. This new way of thinking has catapulted me from the days of relying on someone else’s responsive framework (Twitter Bootstrap, HTML5 Boilerplate, etc), to writing my own in the same amount of time. Frameworks can be powerful, but I fear that they are holding back innovation.
Are your Drupal views slow? Do your clients forget what they are searching for? Have your clients stopped using a feature, dashboard, or report because of performance? After reading this post you will learn how to convert your slow queries into efficient queries and dramatically improving render time while satisfying your clients.