With several betas released, you may think that it is a good opportunity to start doing a Drupal 8 project if your time to market restrictions are wide enough.
When we were still releasing Drupal 8 alphas, we thought that way. And we made some mistakes and some successes in the process.
In this session, we will walk through the dos and dont's *from real experience* and validating (or not) how we adopted the unwritten best practices for Drupal 8 projects in team collaboration.
We will talk about how Drupal 8 affects different aspects of a project during the full lifecycle. This covers project management topics, like communication between frontend and backend devs; technical topics, like to how to do the best use of CMI or doing continuous delivery; or how to deal with bugs that block your progress. We will also cover when and how to contribute back to the community pays it forward!
Christian López (penyaskito) is an active member of the Drupal community and works for Cocomore AG, a Drupal, IT and Communication agency based in Frankfurt (Germany), Genf (Switzerland) and Sevilla (Spain). Among other contributions, he is part of the Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative team and the Migrate in Core Initiative team.