Brian Lewis (bjlewis2), front-end engineer for Four Kitchens, and founder of Modules Unraveled joins Ryan Price and Mike Anello to figure out if/when we should all be using Composer to manage our Drupal projects. Once that was figured out, there were some picks of the week, Drupal-y news, and Brian goes on the hot seat for five questions.
DrupalEasy Podcast 190 - Ted Sings! (Dan Schiavone, Elizabeth Lipinski - DrupalCon Baltimore Sessions)
Dan Schiavone (schiavone), President, Snake Hill Web Agency, and local lead front end track for DrupalCon Baltimore and Elizabeth Lipinski (lizardata), Technolgy Strategist (also from Snake Hill) and the local lead business track joins Ted and Mike to discuss session submission for DrupalCon Baltimore. We also discuss Media in Core and changes to Drupal marketplace rankings before making our picks of the week!
BADCamp organizers Anne Stefanyk, Heather Rodriguez, and Jon Peck join Mike Anello and Ryan Price to discuss the biggest and baddest (pun intended) non-DrupalCon event in all the land(s)! Recent Drupal-related news, picks of the week, and five questions are - as always - included free with this episode.
Ted Bowman (tedbow) gets promoted from a lowly podcast co-host to special guest on this very special episode of the DrupalEasy Podcast. Ted has been working on the Drupal "Outside In" initiative(?), and shares his knowledge on the project. Anna Kalata and Ryan Price join Mike Anello to also discuss Drupal Association changes, new coding standards, giraffes, and manatees.
Marc Drummond (mdrummond), Front-end developer at Lullabot, Drupal core contributor, and self-processed Star Wars expert joins Kelley and Mike to discuss all the things the Drupal front-end community has been talking about lately. We also discuss the next major version of Drupal, whether or not a major Drupal contrib module will be deprecated, as well as our picks of the week.
(Shawn DeArmond) is a web architect at UC Davis in Sacramento, California. Ryan and Anna interview Shawn about the Drupal Higher Ed summits at DrupalCon and BADCamp, and discuss news from the past week, including Dreamweaver, Drupal 7.50, the "boy who cried wolf" nature of a recent security advisory, picks of the week, and five questions.
Mike interviews Gregg Marshall, Enzo Garcia, and Daniel Schiavone live from Drupal GovCon 2016! Gregg discusses his new book, Enzo talks about his upcoming community keynote and the upcoming DrupalCamp Costa Rica, and Daniel previews Baltimore DrupalCamp and discusses preparations for Baltimore DrupalCon 2017.
Sarah Thrasher (sarahjean), front-end developer with Acquia, joins Andrew (remember him?), Kelley, and Mike to discuss the upcoming Drupal GovCon, what is means to be a junior developer, how the Drupal community is helping to make sure our community members stays healthy, and we bid farewell to Mike using the word "pimp". All that and our picks of week and five questions!
Michael Schmid (Schnitzel), Group CTO of Amazee Group, CTO of amazee.io and super-active Drupal community contributor joins Kelley, Anna, and Mike to discuss amazee.io and Michael's recent DrupalCon New Orleans Community Keynote. This episode also touches on the new (also Swiss!) king of the hill in Drupal code contributions as well as the recent changes at the Drupal Association.
Rifftrax is the movie commentary web product from former members of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 (powered by Drupal). Erik Peterson (torgospizza) is the Lead web architect, art “director”, sometimes-writer (marketing and social media copy) for the site. Mike and Ryan interview Erik about the cultural phenomenon which is also a verb (to "MiSTy" a film is to watch it while riffing).
Hosts Ryan Price, Mike Anello, Kelley Curry and Anna Kalata are joined by guests Jason Pamental, David Hwang and sometimes co-host Steve Edwards for a DrupalCon New Orleans wrap-up. We also reinvigorate our meetership with David Snopek of our sponsor MyDropWizard.com and hear about the Drupal 6 funeral parade.
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