Issue 106 October 3rd, 2013Better late than never right? If you are not in in the Western Hemisphere you probably received this later than you usually do. I do want to mention the Drupal Association Membership drive. Be sure an support the DA. I also want to thank my new hosting sponsor Aberdeencloud.
Mortendk and Matthew Saunders are our newly elected Drupal Association Directors at Large.
The new Drupal 8 Logo has landed. Looks pretty slick.
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Tim Eisenhuth explains Drupal 8’s new EntityFormController, a controller class for the management of forms for entities.
Lullabot Karen Stevenson has written an easy to follow tutorial on how to set up local stack ready to run Drupal without using MAMP. I recently moved to a simular setup and I’ve very happy with it
A simple but handy tutorial from Midwestern Mac.
TextExpander is one of my favorite Mac apps and one that I use every day in Drupal, the command line, and many other text snippet tasks. Every Mac user should check this out.
I love Aral Balkan’s talks and this is a good one. Be sure to make some time to listen to his keynote.
SystemSeed has a good summary of DrupalCon Prague if you missed it like me.
Roy Scholten highlights a few DrupalCon Prague sessions. Worth a look.
A bunch of cool theming stuff rolled up into one cool module. It’s magic!
Setup your Mac for local Drupal development for free using the super simple Aegir install script.
Zivtech’s Laurence Liss has created a module to allow you to securely exchange passwords easily.
A Vagrant VM configuration for Jenkins/Phing/SonarQube server providing PHP/Drupal Continuous Integration.
Another cool looking Drupal Vagant project.
Be sure and register for DC Atlanta and vote for the sessions you want to see. Voting closes on October 6th.
Sweet wallpapers from the Amazee Labs blog.
A lot of good questions and answers from this AMA.
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