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Lullabot Podcasts: Episodes

In this week's episode Addison Berry is joined by Drupal 8 developers Klaus Purer (klausi) and Lin Clark (linclark), along with our own Joe Fender. In Drupal 8 we've added the new REST module to core. This makes it easy to output your content in multiple formats, including HTML, JSON and XML.
In this episode Addison Berry is joined by Lorna Jane Mitchell and Joe Fender to step outside of Drupal a little and look at the larger PHP landscape. We discuss what all this talk of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) means. Lorna Jane is a PHP and API specialist and has written several books about PHP, ...
Kyle is joined by Kevin Colligan, Sr. Director/Head of Digital Media for the GRAMMY Awards and Nate Haug, Senior Drupal Architect at Lullabot to discuss how GRAMMY.com is powered by Drupal. From site architecture, to statistics of how Drupal was able to handle the amount of traffic such a big event brings ...
In this week's episode Addi is joined by Cathy Theys (yesct) and Florian Weber (webflo) to talk about the upcoming Global Sprint Days. This world-wide sprint is happening next weekend, January 25–26, 2014. We talk about the history behind it, what all is actually going on, and of course, how you can ...
Jeff Eaton and Karen McGrane look back at the events and content strategy trends of 2013, and make their predictions for the coming year. Along the way, they discuss the challenge of content marketing overload, the future of WYSIWYG editors, the evolution of content migration tools, and more.
In this episode, Addi is joined by Todd Nienkerk of Four Kitchens and Brian Skowron from Lullabot to discuss "consultancy scrum." We start off by briefly explaining what scrum and agile are, and then dive into the lessons learned about using this methodology in a client/vendor relationship, versus a ...
This week Addi is joined by very special guest Drew McLellan, the creator of 24ways.org. They describe the site as "the advent calendar for web geeks. For twenty-four days each December we publish a daily dose of web design and development goodness to bring you all a little Christmas cheer." We talk ...
Jeff Eaton and Eileen Webb discuss the unique challenges faced by values-driven nonprofits, the ups and downs developers experience when diving into the content strategy world, and the best way to integrate Ducklings into site-building.
Part of the Drupalize.Me team, Addison Berry, Joe Shindelar, Kyle Hofmeyer, and Joe Fender, gets on today's episode to talk about our new site launch, and the long road it took for us to get here. We talk about the reasons we decided to upgrade the site, and share some of the big changes we made, and ...
Jared Ponchot and Jeff Robbins chat with Richard Wolffe about the difficulty of simplify, being prolific, writing process, scaling creative endeavors, live television, and creating the new MSNBC.com.
In this episode Addison Berry is joined by Miro Dietiker and Christophe Galli to talk about the Translation Management (TMGMT) project. Multilingual sites are complex beasts, and in addition to getting things wired up to allow translation, you also need to get the site translated into the languages you need.
In this podcast Larry Garfield, Alex Bronstein, Juampy, and Joe Shindelar join Kyle Hofmeyer to discuss why they are excited about Drupal 8.
After a fall hiatus, Insert Content Here is back for a second year of content strategy and digital publishing goodness!
In episode 19, Jeff Eaton and Harvard's Mike Petroff talk about the recent redesign of the Harvard Gazette on Wordpress, the challenges of serving a large university's communications ...
Last week a number of us went to beautiful Prague, Czech Republic to immerse ourselves at DrupalCon. The city was amazing, and the conference was a blast. In this episode Addi, Kyle, Juampy, and Micah share their experiences, favorite sessions and news, and give a general rundown on how DrupalCon Prague ...
For this episode, Addison Berry is joined by Nate Haug and Jen Lampton to talk about their new project, Backdrop, which is a fork of Drupal. This is a shocking move in the community, and has generated a lot of questions and concerns. We talk about the motivation behind the fork, who's working on it, ...
In Episode 25 of the Drupalize.Me Podcast, Kyle Hofmeyer takes time to gather some Lullabots to discuss "developer workflow".
Jeff Eaton and award winning game designer Andrea Phillips talk about evolving narratives, the East Coast/West Coast marketing divide, and the growing field of Transmedia Storytelling .
In this episode, Addi is joined by Bill Liao, co-founder of CoderDojo, and Drupalers and CoderDojo volunteers Heather James (heather) and Mike King (emkay). At a CoderDojo, young people learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and more. Dojos are set up, run by, and taught at by volunteers.
Jeff Eaton and Fred Smith of the Centers for Disease Control discuss the government agency's content syndication system, how APIs can benefit public health, and the challenges of building consistent content from multiple organizations.
In this episode, Addison Berry is joined by Alex Pott, the newest core committer for Drupal 8. We talk a bit about how he got involved with Drupal, the road he traveled to becoming a core committer, and exactly what that means in terms of the work he does. Then we dig into the very important community ...
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