During Drupalcafé March we'll continue the topic which got everyone excited in January: Security. Except this time, instead of looking at the broader perspective and hacking, we'll dive into Drupal specific security.
When it comes to Drupal security, there are various angles and viewpoints. We have the code and configuration (rights etc) of course, but we can also distinguish between prevention (good code, maintenance), and best practices for damage control in case something goes wrong in spite of our efforts.
This session is most interesting for Drupal developers that have a little more than the basic knowledge of Drupal development. We expect to show code examples and other points of attention, but like always, we'll scratch the surface and keep it light enough for everyone to be able to follow and enjoy the session.
Due to an illness, we've lost one of our speakers. The programme for this evening will be;
• 17.00 doors open
• 17.45 presentation #1 by Yaron Tal of One Shoe
• 18.15 break
• 18.30 open slot, the stage is yours, or we'll discuss the presentation and have a beer a little earlier
• 19.00 drinks
• 20.00 end
To register for this event: http://www.meetup.com/drupalnetherlands/
Drupalcafé is always looking for themes and speakers. Submit your theme ideas and / or willingness to give a presentation for future Drupalcafé’s via [masked] using the subject header “Drupalcafe submission”.
Drupalcafé is an open meeting forum, for- and by Drupal enthusiasts. Drupalcafé features presentations, open discussions and inspiring demonstrations that promote knowledge sharing of Drupal. While enjoying a drink, we present and discuss relevant developments with regard to the Drupal open source software, but also adjacent topics. Drupalcafé is a monthly event, visited by (amongst others) ICT managers, (Drupal) software developers and people who are interested in open source CMS software.