DrupalEasy Podcast 230 - Ryan Price (feature flags), Andrew Riley (news, module picks, bikes), The Change Notice (Chris Weber)
We missed a week, but we're back with a super-sized retro episode where we talk with two of the original DrupalEasy podcast hosts! First, Andrew Riley drops by to cover some recent Drupal news and make some module picks-of-the week (including a Drupal logo memory game!) Then, Mike speaks with Ryan Price about feature flags - it's not a module, not a service, but rather a design pattern.
Mike speaks with Yuriy Gerasimov, one of the principles of Diffy, a cloud visual regression testing platform as well as Ryan Price to discuss all sorts of things including #DrupalCares, Drupal 9 launch parties, and an interesting Composer/Git workflow model. In addition, Chris Weber also has some new change records for us.
Mike speaks with Ofer Shaal, one of the maintainers of the Rector for Drupal project, a tool to automate the fixing of deprecated Drupal code. AmyJune Hineline also makes an appearance talking about moving contribution sprints from in-person events to virtual events. In addition, Chris Weber also has some new change records for us.
DrupalEasy Podcast 222 - Heather Rocker - talking DrupalCon Minneapolis with the new DA executive director!
Heather Rocker, Drupal Association Executive Director, joins Mike Anello to talk about her background, her vision for the Drupal Association, and DrupalCon Minneapolis!
Michael Hess, (mlhess), Senior Technologist and Adjunct Lecturer at University of Michigan and member of Drupal's Security Working Group joins Mike Anello to talk about recent Drupal core security updates, security release processes, Drupal 7's future end-of-life, and the new Drupal Steward program.
Get ready for your trip to Seattle with this April Fool's Day special episode of the DrupalEasy Podcast.
a Dr. Seuss joint (sortof)
From the top of your head to the tips of your toes,
You are a Drupaller, everyone knows.
You think about Drupal all day and all night.
You’re more than obsessed with getting things right.
Your Views and your Fields and your Content Types,
Simply scream “Drupal!” here are some reasons why: