DrupalEasy Podcast

Started in 2009, the DrupalEasy Podcast is a weekly review of new developments and announcements in the worldwide Drupal community with regular appearances by notable Drupal community contributors. Rotating co-hosts Andrew Riley, Anna Kalata, Kelley Curry, Michael Anello, Ryan Price, and Ted Bowman bring their collected experience and geeky obsessions to the virtual airwaves to enlighten, inform, and (sometimes) entertain Drupal hobbyists and professionals around the world. Subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, directly from our feed, or your favorite podcast directory.

DrupalEasy Podcast 160 - Shamed (Michelle Krejci - Automated Drupal Deployment)

Michelle Krejci (craychee), engineer at Palantir.net, joins Mike Anello, Ted Bowman, and Ryan Price to talk about grand Belgian statues, things in Chicago that only tourists love, why we're all confused about the thing called "continuous integration" and all the tools and technologies around it. Michelle breaks it all down for us and provides a reasonable entry point for beginners. Recent Drupal news, picks of the week, and five questions round out the rest of the episode.

DrupalEasy Podcast 156 - Ryan forgot to do his homework (Jesus Olivas, Eduardo Garcia - Drupal Console)

Jesus Manuel Olivas (jmolivas), Drupal 8 Solutions Engineer at FFW and Eduardo (Enzo) Garcia (enzo), CTO at Anexus IT, two of the maintainers of the Drupal Console project join Mike Anello and Ryan Price to talk about Drupal Console, Cultural Construction, keeping core and module development on Drupal.org, as well as some other current Drupal-y news and our picks of the week!

DrupalEasy Podcast 155: Feel 66% Better (Ben Jeavons - Drupal.org Two-Factor Authentication)

Ben Jeavons, coltrane on Drupal.org, member of the Drupal security team, joins Ted Bowman, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello on the first post-DrupalCon Los Angeles podcast. Ben gets us up-to-speed on two-factor authentication and the modules he helped write as well as their implementation on Drupal.org. We also wrap up our coverage of DrupalCon Los Angeles, practice using Ted's new nickname, and assign homework to listeners.