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In this week's episode Addison Berry hosts Greg Anderson, one of the Drush maintainers, and Juampy Novillo Requena to discuss Drush. We start off by explaining why Drush exists and some cool things about it. One of the big hangups people have with Drush is installation, so we talk a bit about that, and ...
In this episode Kyle Hofmeyer talks with the maintainers of the RESTful module, Mateu Aguiló Bosch and Amitai Burstein.
Lullabot has a new monthly show, hosted by Matthew Tift, featuring in-depth interviews with open source and free software advocates.
This inaugural episode of Hacking Culture introduces the idea of software forking, one of the fundamental characteristics of free software, and Matthew talks with Nate ...
What is D8 Accelerate? Amber Himes Matz chats with Angie Byron and Holly Ross about this new pilot program from the Drupal Association to put $125,000 of community funds toward resolving critical issues and accelerating the release of Drupal 8.
In this episode, Amber Matz and her guests Eric Schneider and Matthew Tift talk about the successes and challenges on how parents and school officials worked together to get coding into the curriculum in Minnetonka Schools. Eric Schneider is the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Minnetonka Public ...
In this week's episode, Addison Berry is joined by Larry Garfield (Crell), Greg Dunlap (heyrocker), and Gábor Hojsty (Gábor Hojsty) to discuss the ongoing public conversation about Drupal's Community Leadership pains.
In this episode Kyle is joined by a few members of Lullabot's front-end army.
In this episode, Joshua Mitchell, CTO at the Drupal Association talks with Amber Matz about the exciting initiatives in the works for drupal.org and associated sites. We also talk about how the community, including the D.A. Board, working groups, and volunteers are utilized to determine priorities and ...
In this week's episode Addison Berry and Amber Himes Matz sit down together in a quiet room at DrupalCon Amsterdam to give a quick recap on their week at the largest European DrupalCon. We chat about other events outside of the DrupalCon sessions themselves, some cool sessions, and a bit about the new ...
Kyle Hofmeyer talks with Cathy Theys (yesct), Michael Schmid (schnitzel), Emma Karayiannis (emma.maria) about sprints, which occur frequently at Drupal events.
The next issue of Drupal Watchdog features articles about Drupal as a Services Platform. Several authors in the issue and the executive editor will be sharing various perspectives on web services in Drupal and in the wider world. With hostess Amber Himes Matz and her guests Peta Hoyes, Scott Hooker, ...
In this episode the Drupalize.Me team talks about the new video experience we have on the site. We start off by explaining why we made the changes, and what changes we made. We completely updated both the video player and the video pages, and the entire video delivery system, which gave us the ability ...
This week the podcast gets a little bit meta by discussing how to find Drupal news. Addison Berry is joined by three different community news sources: Mike Anello of DrupalEasy podcast, Bob Kepford of The Weekly Drop newsletter, and Chris Weber from Drupal and Coffee in the Morning hangout and the Google+ ...
The session selection for DrupalCon Amsterdam has just been completed and will be announced next week. In this episode Addison Berry is joined by Steve Parks (steveparks), Pedro Cambra (pcambra), and Michael Schmid (schnitzel) to talk about how this actually works.
Web services, APIs, structured data. These things are all the rage right now and with good reason. As more and more internet enabled devices start wanting to make use of the data in our websites we need to give them some way to interact with that data that isn't point and click in a browser. Lucky for ...
In this episode Addison Berry talks with special guest Will Hetherington (from NetroMedia), along with Lullabots Joe Shindelar and Ben Chavet, about content delivery networks, otherwise known as CDNs. The term is thrown around quite a lot, especially when talking about ways to improve your site performance, ...
In this episode Emma Jane Westby and Erika Heidi chat about creating virtual environments with Vagrant. Throughout the show they discuss what Vagrant is, and why they both love using it so much. They talk about how Vagrant fits together with other software, such as VirtualBox, and Chef. Erika also spends ...
In this episode we take a look at "the cloud" and what that really means. Joining Kyle Hofmeyer for this podcast are Josh Koenig Co-Founder & Head of Developer Experience at Pantheon and Andrew Berry Senior Drupal Architect at Lullabot.
In this episode Addison Berry and Joe Shindelar chat with Barry Madore and Tim Erickson (@MrTimTweets), who organized the Drupal unconference called the Twin Cities Drupal Open House (TCD'OH).
"34 million Americans work from home at some point during the week. This number is expected to reach a staggering 63 million – or 43% percent of the U.S. workforce – by 2016." - Forrester Research’s US Telecommuting Forecast
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