A presentation at New England Drupal Camp (NEDCAMP) in in Worcester, MA, USA by John Picozzi
Anyone that has been to a conference knows that Live Demo’s are the double edged sword of any speaker. If the Live Demo goes off without a hitch, the speaker is a rockstar and the audience will sing their praises. If the Demo crashes and burns in a heap at the podium, the speaker will be drawn and quartered by the audience. So, live demos can be challenging and if your going to take the risk of doing a live demo why not amp up the difficultly level by adding a topic like Translation.
This live demo will be something of a working session where we will use a local Drupal environment to show the following three things:
To participate with this talk you should have the following:
The above are not needed if you just want to come, watch and ask questions. However, if you would like to leave with a fully working (hopefully) translation demo you can show your friends, come prepared!
The following resources were mentioned during the presentation or are useful additional information.
Helpful links to some of the stuff talked about.