DrupalCon SF session proposal: Coder Module: Easily Port Modules to Drupal 7
Time is flying by. There is now only 7 weeks to go to DrupalCon San Francisco! I'm really looking forward to it I have to admit. Although I've visited the US a fair bit, I've never been to the west coast, not to mind say San Francisco. Dermot is coming over with me this time, and we're planning on taking an extra week to travel around and do some sightseeing. We're also going to visit a good friend of mine, Aimee, in LA, and then travel back up to Sacremento to visit other friends.
This year I'm also really excited to be able to sponsor the event as an individual sponsor. It's the first time I've been able to do so. Then there's all the cool sessions. The final schedule hasn't been announced yet, but fingers crossed my session proposal on "Coder Module: Easily Port Modules to Drupal 7" will make it in. It's a joint session by Jim Berry and myself on all the new fab changes to the Coder module for Drupal 7.
The Drupal 7 version of Coder module is a merger of the Code Review and Deadwood modules. These combined modules aim to provide an extremely useful developer tool which allows developers to ensure that their code meets the Drupal coding standards and identify common security coding issues. In addition to providing a set of tests to assist developers when upgrading their modules to newer versions of Drupal, with the addition of the Deadwood module (aka Coder Upgrade) it will now also upgrade your code for you! If you write or maintain Drupal code, you should really check out this session. Also don't forget to vote for this session at http://sf2010.drupal.org/conference/sessions/coder-module-easily-port-mo...
Hope to see you there!