Khalid Baheyeldin is a co-founder of 2bits.com out of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. They have been using Drupal since 2003, and now specialize in helping Drupal sites scale - normally with very little buzzword compliance. Listen as Mike Anello and Ryan Price get Khalid to answer their questions and talk about some of his past contributions.
Listen in a Andrew, Ryan, and Mike discuss Drupal news from the past week. In this week's episode, we discuss core themes, open source software licenses, HTML5, and metaphors (among other things).
Listen in a Andrew, Ryan, and Mike discuss Drupal news from the past week. In this week's episode, Ryan talks about his trip to Design4Drupal, we all wonder why anyone would be against a code of conduct, and we plan out exactly how to get Drupal 7 released.
Join us as we do our first multi-continental podcast where we end up losing Ryan in bat country. Somewhere along the way we talk about Drupal.
Buzzr.com was created in partnership with Lullabot and Bond Art + Science by Ed Sussman. In this interview, Ed talks about his career in journalism and starting companies - Ed was in charge of the web sites for Inc.com, FastCompany.com, FastCompany.tv and many other sites created by Mansueto in the first decade of this century.
After a long hiatus Andrew joins us to talk all things DrupalCon San Francisco with Mike and Ryan as well as talking about the future of Drupal (better known as Drupal 7).
Ryan Price and Mike Anello (Andrew is still recovering from SXSW) are joined by Salim Lakhani from WebEnabled.com to discuss recent events in the Drupal universe as well as our new partnership. DrupalEasy has been using WebEnabled's services for almost a year now and we've decided to make it official!
Join Mike and Ryan as they sit down and discuss the latest Drupal news including Florida DrupalCamp 2010, Drupal 7 progress, Drupal jobs and more.
Mike and Jesse talk about the beginnings of database-driven web sites, teaching the concepts of Drupal, usability in Drupal, Russians and COBOL (seriously!), and who should really be responsible for your web site.