Top Drupal modules for most installations

I presented a session on "Essential Drupal Modules" at today's Boise Code Camp. The talk highlighted the modules most every Drupal installation should have, as well as a number of gap-fitting modules that fill a few UI and functionality deficits found in Drupal core. Additionally I included a segment on finding and evaluating modules.

The room was full and there were lots of great questions. Chris Shattuck was on hand and captured some video... not sure what he plans to do with that. ;)

I've attached a PDF of my slides.

The sponsors and volunteers behind Boise Code Camp deserve a big, "Thank you!"

(Note: It's not over - there's another day of sessions tomorrow.)

boisecodecamp2010.pdf10.17 MB

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