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Drupal Watchdog 6.01 is the first issue published by Linux New Media.

Drupal Watchdog 6.01 is the first issue published by Linux New Media. Come see the Drupal Watchdog team at DrupalCon 2016!

Drupal Watchdog was founded in 2011 by Tag1 Consulting as a resource for the Drupal community to share news and information. Now in its sixth year, Drupal Watchdog is ready to expand to meet the needs of this growing community.

Drupal Watchdog will now be published by Linux New Media, aptly described as the Pulse of Open Source.

Jeremy Andrews

For all you schedule-challenged CEOs – and ADHD coders – this Abbreviated Official Director’s Cut is just what the doctor ordered.

Ron Brawer

Did we have fun in Barcelona?
OMG, yes!

Did we eat all the tapas on the menu and wash them down with pitchers of sangria?
Yes indeed!

Ron Brawer

This came up while manipulating taxonomy children and their children recursively, so it’s as not far from Drupal as you’d think. First, we will learn how to create recursive closures which in itself is a bit tricky.

Károly (Chx) Négyesi

Angie Byron (a/k/a “webchick,” Director of Community Development, Acquia) and Addison Berry (Lullabot Director of Education) recall Drupal-blue beverages they’ve guzzled, and argue heatedly over their favorite emoji to use in a GitHub pull request.

Ron Brawer

Dani Nordin is at our “Meet the Authors” booth (courtesy of Drupal Watchdog, so subscribe now: https://drupalwatchdog.com/subscribe/20150) to autograph her new book, Drupal For Designers, and to promote Desi

Ron Brawer

Jen Lampton and Nate Haug (co-founders, BackDrop CMS) explain their fork of Drupal 7: why they felt the move was necessary; who benefits from it; and the Drupal community’s reaction.

Ron Brawer

Photo by Myles Brawer

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“People like the beard,” quips Jeremy Rasmussen (Director of Web Development, Lever Pulley), who writes a frequent column in magazine (Subscribe! https://drupalwatchdog.com/subscribe/2015)

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In an exclusive, late-night interview, the fabulous Fabian Franz (Technical Lead, Tag1 Consulting) dishes the dirt on big-pipe Drupal and drops a grenade on our favorite social media platform: “You know what?” he says, “FaceBook cheats!” Hey, I’m totally not surprised;

Ron Brawer
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Drupal Watchdog 6.01 is the first issue published by Linux New Media.

Drupal Watchdog 6.01 is the first issue published by Linux New Media. Come see the Drupal Watchdog team at DrupalCon 2016!

Drupal Watchdog was founded in 2011 by Tag1 Consulting as a resource for the Drupal community to share news and information. Now in its sixth year, Drupal Watchdog is ready to expand to meet the needs of this growing community.

Drupal Watchdog will now be published by Linux New Media, aptly described as the Pulse of Open Source.

Welcome to DrupalCon Barcelona - The Director's Cut

For all you schedule-challenged CEOs – and ADHD coders – this Abbreviated Official Director’s Cut is just what the doctor ordered.

Welcome to DrupalCon - The Barcelona Edition

Did we have fun in Barcelona?
OMG, yes!

Did we eat all the tapas on the menu and wash them down with pitchers of sangria?
Yes indeed!

Recursive Closures and How to Get Rid of Them

This came up while manipulating taxonomy children and their children recursively, so it’s as not far from Drupal as you’d think.