Amy Parker, Director of Acquia U joins Mike Anello and Ryan Price to talk about the relaunch of Acquia U, as well as the partnership between DrupalEasy and Acquia U. Drupageddon (or is it Drupalgeddon?) is discussed, along with our picks of the week.
- Professionally-Trained, Community-Oriented, Drupal Career Online Students Ready for Work
- Drupal Career Online Spring 2015 begins February 10
- Your Drupal web site has a back door
- 5 commands that could help you to survive Drupageddon
- 7 Things to Know about the Drupal Security Issue
- Learning from hackers a week after the Drupal SQL Injection announcement
- Drupageddon - Updating to Drupal 7.32 is not enough, your site may already be hacked!
- Shields Up!
- What We Are Seeing With Drupal SA 2014-005
Picks of the Week
- Mike - Paragraphs module by Jeroen Bobbeldijk (jeroen.b).
- Ryan - Ryan’s Sandbox - CalendarLink and ExpertDate
- Drupal 8 Migrate in Core virtual sprints every Wednesday from 7-9pm EST on #drupal-migrate
- BADCamp - November 6-9, 2014.
- If you're interested in career opportunities or learning more about Acquia University, we will be at BADCamp, Baltimore DrupalCamp November 7th, and DrupalCamp Ohio on November 14th and 15th.
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