DrupalEasy Podcast 67: Randrew’s Open Source Socks


Emma Jane Hogbin and Erich Ludwig join Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello in this super-sized podcast to discuss Emma Jane’s new book, “Drupal User’s Guide”, Acquia’s new “U”, and a bunch of other Drupal-related stories from the past couple of weeks.

Five Stories

  1. Drupal User’s Guide (use the coupon code DRUPALUSER for a steep discount) by Emma Jane Hogbin (emmajane on Drupal.org), published by Prentice Hall. Also be sure to check out Emma Jane’s upcoming Responsive Web Design for Drupal (online) workshop starting December 1, 2011.
  2. Acquia announces AcquiaU, a training and hiring program for recent university graduates and career changers. Six weeks of Drupal training followed by 3 six-week rotations through various divisions of Acquia. Applications now open, for more information: [email protected].
  3. 30 small modules vs. 1 large module
  4. Sitecore FUD
  5. DrupalCamp New Hampshirehttp://www.schoolyard.com/

Picks of the Week

To win a copy of Emma Jane’s “Drupal User’s Guide”, simply register with http://drupal.webstocks.ws/ and add a comment below with your username. We’ll pick two winners at random to receive a free copy. If you've won a book from us in the past 12 months, you're not eligible to win.


Site of the Week
Drupatlas - by Live Link, Manchester, England. Submitted by Paul Johnson (@pdjohnson).

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Thanks for featuring the DrupAtlas in your podcast. You struggled with the concept so here is an explanation.

DrupAtlas is a chance for any agency or developer to showcase their trophy projects. By displaying projects on a global map we form a picture of how extensive Drupal Adoption is.

We have pre populated DrupAtlas with the 187 Drupal sites in the Inc 5000, lots of Fortune 500 companies and those mentioned on Dries's blog.

We invite you to contribute your projects to show the world "Where on earth is Drupal?"

http://drupatlas.livelinknewmedia.com (click on the + icon at the bottom)

Read more about DrupAtlas: http://www.livelinknewmedia.com/blog/drupal/all-roads-lead-to-drupal

Submitted by Guest (not verified) on Fri, 11/11/2011 - 08:56

I want Emma Jane's book, and so I went to the evil Drupal Webstocks and wasted an enormous amount of time! Thanks a bunch!

My username there (as everywhere else) is mollyavalon.

I also signed up for the Weekly Drop and am thinking about spending the money for a subscription to .net magazine. Incidentally, according to their Wikipedia page, it was called Practical Web Design in the US (but apparently not any more, because I can't find it under that name).

I always get good stuff, more Drupal Ed, from your podcast.

Submitted by Guest (not verified) on Sat, 11/12/2011 - 11:01

I'm a new listener and Drupal user/developer. The book looks like it would be useful to me.

I registered on drupal.webstocks with the username 'forestplay'.

Submitted by Guest (not verified) on Wed, 11/16/2011 - 00:29

I downloaded at least a dozen of your podcasts and listed to them on a recent trip (to Singapore where I saw Dries). I am building my Drupal library and would very much appreciate a chance at Emma Jane's book.

My user id at webstocks (and d.o.) is dougsap. Thanks! Doug

Submitted by Guest (not verified) on Mon, 11/21/2011 - 01:31