Issue 181 - March, 19th 2015I'm happy to announce that TheWeeklyDrop has partnered with Drupal.org to syndicate our newsletter content in the new Drupal.org Newsletter. Nothing will really change for you, but this means many more people will be exposed to this newsletter. TheWeeklyDrop remains independent but I'm proud to be working with the Drupal Association to share the great resources of our community with more people each week.
You can now credit an organization with attribution for work on Drupal.org. This is a great thing.
The Drupal Association is creating a new Community Organizer Newsletter. If you organize a local group, camp, initiative or anything in between you might find it useful.
See what new features and improvements have been added to Drupal.org in the past month.
As many of you know, when I'm not producing this newsletter I work at Mediacurrent. We are very excited about the future with Code and Theory.
Mediacurrent's co-founder Dave Terry share's more details about being acquired by Code and Theory
An interesting look at DrupalCon Amsterdam and DrupalCon Austin with numbers from both.
Joris Snoek has written a nice primer covering headless Drupal.
Running on Drupal 8 since Alpha 3. That's right.
Take a look at who has contributed to Drupal 8 with this slick visualization.
With Drupal 8 we have new ways to solve old problems. Lee Rowlands gives us the pros and cons of using hooks or events.
A handy guide from Drupal.org and Google.
Lullabot Juan Olalla Olmo walks us through converting a Drupal 7 module to Backdrop
I have to say this is the best episode we have produced, but sadly I wasn't able to be on this episode. Maybe that has something to do with it being the best one.
April 11th - 12th in Orlando, Florida.
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United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) Helsinki/FI
(Name Withheld) Tennessee Development Firm Anywhere