The three original hosts of the DrupalEasy Podcast, Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello take a look back at episode 1 of the podcast, the last 9 years of Drupal, and what the next 5 years may bring.
David Rogers, Senior Front End Engineer at Pendo.io, joins Mike Anello to discuss from a Drupal-specific standpoint. They discuss the road to the Drupal community selecting React for use in Drupal core, when a typical Drupal developer should start thinking about React, and what the best first steps are for learning it.
Ryan Price and Mike Anello discuss the pros and cons of the Paragraphs module, including using it for layout and/or information architecture. Ryan takes the discussion in unexpected directions by bringing up Pattern Lab as a prototyping tool and his mysterious "Ace in the Hole" (which Mike feels is more like a Jack of spades). In addition, there's some discussion about a new-ish feature in the Migrate Plus module that is sure to make migration developers happy.
Ryan Price and Mike Anello sit down for less than an hour(!) and cover all the Drupal news that's fit to discuss from the past few weeks. Topics covered include Composer, modernizing Drupal's issue queue, ES6, external site search engines, and Drupal 8 configuration management contributed modules.
Adam Bergstein (nerdstein) joins Mike Anello to discuss the potential need to evolve Drupal Community Governance.
Almost all of the DrupalEasy Podcast hosts congregate to take a look back and a look forward at Drupal 8. We discuss some of our favorite things about Drupal 8 as well as what we're looking forward to the most in the coming year. Also, Anna provides us with a first-person look at DrupalCamp Northern Lights (Iceland), and Ted leads a discussion on Drupal 8.3.
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.