Issue 39 June 14, 2012
Angela "webchick" Byron is now a committer for Drupal 8.
Drupal Global Training Days is an initiative set forth earlier this year to introduce new and beginning users to Drupal. The Drupal Association is partnering with training companies around the world to make this happen, and the next Drupal Global Training Day is June 22.
Larry Garfield gives us a great primer on the security features Drupal offers to developers.
Bojhan Somers shares a list of issues with the UX of Drupal's content creation experience. I know I've seen users struggle with several of the issues listed here.
Ariane Khachatourians gives us the scoop on getting into contributing to Drupal.
Bryan Jones of Monarch Digital presents us with a nice little tutorial coving creating a file uploader using batch processing.
Davy Van Den Bremt announces an updated Drupal plugin for Coda's great editor.
Zen 7.x-5.0 is loaded with features including SASS/Compass, Zen Grid, HTML5, mobile first, responsive AND you can choose which features you want to use. With all of these new features John Albin Wilkins says performance was a priority. It's great to see frontend performance in the base theme realm.
Our favorite Drupal form module has some cool new features in the 4.x release.
Mr Miles has been busy this week appearing on no less than two podcasts this week promoting getting Views into Drupal core. I approve this message.
Earl Miles talks to the Lullabots about you know what.
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