DrupalEasy Podcast 111: It Depends

Kay VanValkenburgh (kay_v), training designer and owner of OwnSourcing, a Drupal training and development firm based in Boston joins Ryan Price, Ted Bowman, and Mike Anello on the 111th edition of the DrupalEasy Podcast. Kay is somewhat of an expert when it comes to designing effective mentoring programs, so we decided to pick his brain about Drupal community mentoring, professional mentoring, what makes a good mentor, and why nobody but Mike likes the word, “mentee”. On top of all that we talked about Drupal UI basic principles, free Drupal development hosting, the (future) Drupal 8 logo, and our picks of the week.


Five Questions

Each podcast we ask our guests the same five questions. Here are Kay’s answers:

  1. MacBook Pro, TextWrangler
  2. Chris Breuer
  3. Key West
  4. Larry Garfield (crell)
  5. In-context documentation

Want to know what the five questions are? Listen to the podcast!

DrupalEasy News

Three Stories

  1. Five basic principles for Drupal’s UI’s that anyone can follow blog post by Bryan Braun (bryanbraun).
  2. Best Bang for No Bucks: A Comparison of Free Drupal Hosting Platforms blog post by Kyle Taylor (KyleTaylored).
  3. Drupal 8 Logo designer wanted - the Drupal Association is looking to hire a design firm to design the logo for Drupal 8.



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Intro Music

Teacher Teacher by .38 Special


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It's interesting that you mention Security Check module. Are you aware that Security Review also has a drush command that provides even more reviews and is extensible?


Submitted by Guest (not verified) on Thu, 08/08/2013 - 17:53


Ah yeah, I totally forgot about the Security Review module! I'll make a note to try to re-familiarize myself with it prior to the next podcast and report back.