Issue 59 November 1, 2012
I'm really looking forward to BADCamp this weekend. Hope to see a ton of Weekly Drop readers there. I have a box of TheWeeklyDrop t-shirts to give away.
Not a lot of details about Acquia Media Cloud yet but it sounds simular to Amazon S3 or Rackspace Cloud Files.
Trekk is a Drupal Distribution for Universities.
My favorite Drupal performance blog 2bits has a great post this week. Check your php performance folks.
Great post from Chapter Three’s Susan McCormick on marketing your Drupal site and some basic SEO tips.
A really nice decision tree made in Prezi for deciding if you should build a Drupal product. Very nicely done.
Check out Andrea Burton’s post on using Foundation to create HTML/CSS Style Tiles. As a bonus Andrea has include her talk from the Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit.
Checkout this OSTraining tutorial covering setting up a basic slideshow with my good buddy Adam Moore’s module.
Having recently jumped into the deep end of the Panels world this post from Andrew Morton intrigued me. If you’d like to use New Relic’s transaction tools to find performance bottlenecks in your site’s Panel pages you’re in luck.
Nick Veenhof offers a super handy development tip.
Lullabot Jerad Bitner outlines the migration of a custom Ruby on Rails CMS to Drupal 7.
Make your Facet API Search more user friendly.
It’s been a while since I have used the Profiler module and it looks like it’s come a long way. Profiler basically helps you make your own install profile in the same way that the Features module allows you to package your content types and views.
An interview with Alex Cornell.
Jeff Eaton chats with Erin Kissane about the past and future of web standards.
Robin Barre and the Workbench Suite.
A nice collection of Drupal shirts. Didn’t see TheWeeklyDrop shirt though. Did I mention I’ll be giving away shirts at BADCamp this weekend?
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