The big trend in the CMS world right now is decoupling, or going headless. With smart phones, tablets, set top devices like the Roku or Apple TV, and now smart watches, the app world is a whole new frontier as a location to get your content out to your audience.
Steve, Andrew, Chris, and myself discuss not only the technical side of decoupling Drupal, but also the business case for why it might be (or might not be) something to consider for sites moving forward.
DrupalCons are annual, global conferences, held in North American, Europe, and now Asia, where thousands of Drupal developers, designers, engineers, and the like gather to participate in sessions and talks, and to continue to work together to further the Drupal project.
I attended my very first DrupalCon this past September in Barcelona and found the experience exciting and re-energizing. I thought it'd be fun to sit down with some of my colleagues to discuss our experiences and see if they felt the same as I did about DrupalCon.
Adam Hill, Andrew Trebble, Kojo Odapagyan, and myself discuss our preferred development environments as well as how we got started in the industry and on computers in general.