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A step ahead on Drupal 8 with easy accessibility design
Catharine McNally and David Spira of Phase2 will present Easy Accessibility in Drupal 8: Practical, Compassionate, and Cost Effective at DrupalCon NOLA 2016.
0 comments Posted 6 May 2016 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
DrupalCon interview with Mike Gifford
DrupalCon presenter Mike Gifford shares his thoughts on Drupal accessibility and more.
1 comment Posted 5 May 2016 by John P. Weiksnar Feed
Rush in concert, edited
Enterprise web architect Colan Schwartz shares his favorite open source tools and discusses the current state of Drupal.
2 comments Posted 2 Oct 2015 by John P. Weiksnar Feed
If code is poetry, then Acquia Certified Grand Master Hussain Abbas churns out several chapbooks a day from his home town of Bangalore, India.
0 comments Posted 15 Sep 2015 by John P. Weiksnar Feed
Kalamuna co-founder Alec Reynolds talks about his company's Kalabox project, Drupal, and his hopes for the future of open source.
2 comments Posted 28 Aug 2015 by John P. Weiksnar Feed
John P. Weiksnar talks with Salim Lakhani of devPanel at DrupalCon Los Angeles.
0 comments Posted 30 Jul 2015 by John P. Weiksnar Feed
Beginners to Open Source theme: Hello World on bread
In my interview with her prior to her talk at DrupalCon in Los Angeles on May 11 - 15, I asked Shannon a little bit about herself and her job—plus, she answers what web developers don't understand about strategic messaging and content strategy, and some tips to help.
0 comments Posted 8 May 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
David Strauss tells us how Pantheon uses containers to isolate many Drupal applications from development to production environments. His upcoming DrupalCon talk, PHP Containers at Scale: 5K Containers per Server, will give us an idea of the techniques for defining and configuring containers to get... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 May 2015 by Ben Pritchett (Red Hat) Feed
Learn more about Paragraphs, a Drupal module for content creators, in this interview with Murray Woodman of Morpht.
0 comments Posted 30 Apr 2015 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
open source communities and disaster relief
In an overnight, grassroots movement, the open source platform Drupal has made an impact in Oklahoma. A group of more than 70 volunteer code sprinters—made up of developers, designers, and sys admins—congregated late Tuesday night at DrupalCon in Portland to create help4ok.org.
1 comment Posted 3 Jun 2013 by MichaelDRoden Feed

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