Issue 142 - June, 12th 2014
Look out for dates and more details in future issues. Likely to be announced in September at DrupalCon Amsterdam.
Great speaker choice for DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 if I do say so myself.
It is very cool to see community effort being funded by the community.
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A good list of resources for devs from Web Omelette.
A great post for Drupal 6 and 7 site owners wondering about Drupal 8.
Shows you how to use Web services in Drupal 8
Learn how to use stacktable.js with your views.
Seriously. If you are not using Drush to sync your databases read this post and start doing it. You're welcome.
Love this browser plugin. If you maintain Drupal modules or contribute patches you need to install this.
Marek Sotak describes how to create a rule that starts up an inline manual the first time a user logs in.
I enjoyed Fredric Mitchell's talk about Drupal 8 functions. Worth a watch if you are developer or themer.
Shameless self plug here. I was honored to be a first time speaker at DrupalCon Austin. In it I discuss why you can probably start building sites on Drupal 8 the day it's released.
Matthew Tift's talk about Drupal 8's Configuration System answered all of my questions. If you are wondering what is going on with CMI check it out.
Jason Smith and Chris Hill talk about Weather.com migration to Drupal. There's a lot of fun in this talk.
Haven't had a chance to watch this but I've heard great things about Emma Jane's session.
Another talk I've heard good things about. It's on my list to watch and probably should be on yours.
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