Issue 200 - July, 30th 2015The 200 issue mark really snuck up on me. It's been a very busy summer for our family but I want to thank all of the readers, supporters, and sponsors for your continued readership. I hope to do 200 more.
Interested in how the Drupal Association is doing? Check out this post for all the info you desire.
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Darren Petersen share how Lullabot has been changing the way they estimate projects. This post is very helpful if you are new to estimating or do it every week. Darren includes a Google spreadsheet that you can copy and use on your own projects.
Fabian Franz introduces the Content Preview System (CPS) on Drupal Watchdog.
Jeff Geerling is having way too much fun with his Raspberry Pi cluster.
So, when will Drupal 8 be released? Drupalreleasedate.com calculates this daily.
Get the latest scoop on Drupal 8's progress.
Tim Millwood has written a great summary on what can be done with Composer with Drupal 8. It sounds like Composer can pretty much replace Drush make doing many of the things it currently does.
I've mentioned and linked to different articles about the Drupal Console project but in this post you can learn how to make your own custom commands.
Steve Burge explains how to connect a Shopify store with your Drupal site.
A new project from Jesus Molivas that aims to serve as a CLI tool to make the use of different PHP tools related to Quality Assurance and code analysis in PHP easy.
Entity Data is an API module that provides built in CRUD support for use in your custom modules.
Mediacurrent's Dan Polant introduces us to the Sarnia module, a module that allows Drupal to work with indexes managed outside of Drupal.
September, 4th, 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa.
September 3rd - 5th in Guadalajara, Mexico.
August 29th - 30th, 2015 in Irvine, California.
September 5th- 6th, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.