Jason Smith (Silcon.Valet), Solutions Architect for Mediacurrent, joins Mike, and Ryan to talk about one of the highest-trafficked sites in the world re-launching on Drupal: weather.com. Other topics discussed include the Acquia CEO’s recent Reddit AMA, sprint nutrition, and Damien McKenna.
- Weather.com Moves to Drupal (case study)
- Weather.com Moving to Drupal (announcement)
- Sandbox for Derek's Classy Panel Styles
Each podcast we ask our guests the same five questions. Here are the answers:
- MacBook Pro, PhpStorm, Vagrant
- Damien McKenna
- Drupal 8
- A “flushing” sound when the cache is flushed.
- Drupal Career Online - our long-form, Drupal career training program is now online, and open to anyone to apply. Florida residents may be eligible for a full scholarship through their local workforce board, contact us for details.
- Drupal 7.30 released to fix an issue with 7.29 that introduced a regression that could cause loss of file data attached to certain entities.
- Tom Erickson, CEO of Acquia, Reddit AMA
- Healthy Sprinting blog post by Lewis Nyman (Wunderkraut).
Picks of the Week
- Mike - Code Review for Non-Technical Folks - 21-minute video presented by Andrew Riley (andrewmriley).
- Ryan - Ryan - Migrade D2D and the Documentation, Use the is_new property to preserve nid, Ambiguous Key Fields in Queries and Our Yellow House Podcast.
- Jason - The Weekly Drop and ng-newsletter.
- Introduction to Symfony2: Getting Ready for D8 training at DrupalCon Amsterdam by Blink Reaction - Monday, September 29, 2014
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