Issue 177 - February, 19th 2015
Google's Summer of Code 2015 application period is open. If you are an interested student or mentor check it out.
Sessions are being accepted for DrupalCon LA.
There are over 1.2 million pieces of content on Drupal.org. That is quite remarkable. Be sure you read this post on Drupal.org by DA CTO Joshua Mitchell.
In part two David Rothstein answers this common question about Backdrop.
Nate Haug, one of the founding forkers for the Backdrop CMS project shares some interesting insight into getting the fork of Drupal to its first release.
A short and sweet look at dependency injection from Thomas Dik.
Yep, Drupal 8 has support for responsive images baked right in!
Webchick's "Plain Drupal English" Guide to the Remaining Drupal 8 Critical Issues: Drupalcon Bogotá Edition
Where is Drupal 8? What needs to happen to ship a full release? Webchick enlightens us.
If you spend a good part of your day in the command line you will want to check out this Mediacurrent blog post by yours truly.
There are several ways you could accomplish this task but I recommend you take a look at this method.
Drupalize.Me now has a series covering PhpStorm. It appear that the series is free and if you would like to learn more this is a great resource.
Haven't had the chance to try this module but based on the screenshot it looks great.
A new project from Cameron Eagans that attempts to provide code completion for PHP without using a IDE.
Building Sites with Drush Recipes and Profile Builder with Bryan Ollendyke - Modules Unraveled Podcast
March 28th in Johannesburg, South Africa.
One of the funniest joke modules I have seen.
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United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) Helsinki/FI
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