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Posted Monday, October 12 at 5:03 pm
David Rozas (drozas), PhD candidate at the University of Surrey and recent DrupalCon Barcelona keynote speaker joins Mike Anello, Ryan Price, and special guest co-host Anna Kalata (akalata) to discuss David's PhD research on open-source contributing as well as wrap-up of DrupalCon Barcelona.
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Drupal Career Online - Spring 2016 - Begins March 7

DrupalEasy Podcast 163 - Drupal Potato (David Rozas, Open-source contributing)

David Rozas (drozas), PhD candidate at the University of Surrey and recent DrupalCon Barcelona keynote speaker joins Mike Anello, Ryan Price, and special guest co-host Anna Kalata (akalata) to discuss David's PhD research on open-source contributing as well as wrap-up of DrupalCon Barcelona.

DrupalEasy Podcast 162 - Meeting Dries in the Loo (Alex Pott, Drupal 8 Update)

Alex Pott (alexpott), Drupal Research Engineer for Chapter Three, and a Drupal 8 co-maintainer joins Mike, Ted, and Ryan with an update on Drupal 8 critical and major issues, and the path to a Drupal 8 release. We also discuss progress on the Rules module for Drupal 8, beta-to-beta Drupal 8 updates, and Ted's epic screencast.

DrupalEasy Podcast 161 - No Custom Code (Jay Epstein - Relativity Data Model)

Jay Epstein (jeppy64), Senior Developer with TrakTek joins Mike, Ted, and Ryan to talk about his Relativity Data Model and why he feels it is a superior method for architectuing Drupal sites with a limited number of modules and no custom code. We dive into the techniques, contrib modules, and benefits of the model before our weekly roundup of Drupal news and events.

Long Form Drupal Training For Long Term Success

Average: 5 (2 votes)


It's that time of year again - the next session of the Drupal Career Online program is about to get underway. Interested in learning Drupal best practices, common development shop workflows, as well as a bunch of the tools that modern Drupal professionals use every day? Looking to expand your current development team but don't have the time or the resources to train existing or new staff? If so, the Drupal Career Online program was designed with your needs in mind!

This will be the seventh time we've taught our curriculum, and the ninth time overall that is has been used for long-form Drupal training (Acquia has used it for their Acquia U program). We're confident that it provides students with the knowledge and experience to compress the amount of time it takes to become a Drupal professional.

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 159: How Drude (Leonid Makarov talks Docker)

Leonid Makarov (inqui), Chief Architect at FFW US East joins Ryan to talk about Docker and FFW's (Blink Reaction's) internal developer environment, Drude.

DrupalEasy Podcast 158 - FOIAed (Becca Goodman and Brad MacDonald - Drupal Gov Days)

Becca Goodman (onelittlebecca), IT Specialist for Fish and Wildlife Refuges and Brad MacDonald (bjmac), Senior Project Manager for Mediacurrent join Mike to talk about Drupal GovCon, DA revenue, new verbs, and two new exotic animals!

DrupalEasy Podcast 157 - Rabbit Food (Anna Kalata - Getting Started in Core Development)

Anna Kalata (akalata), a freelance Drupal Developer (AnnaKalata.com) from the Chicago area joins Ryan Price and Mike Anello to talk about getting started in core development, the New Jersey Shore Sprint, workflow, the Druplicon, Drupal major version stats, and our picks of the week.

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!

Drupal Career Online Students Getting Ready to Graduate

Average: 5 (1 vote)

In just a few short weeks, the latest class of DrupalEasy career training students will complete their course work and will be ready for an opportunity to prove themselves through internships, entry- or junior-level Drupal development positions! If your organization is looking to build its talent pipeline, this is your opportunity to bring on a highly-trained individual with the passion and desire for building Drupal sites.

We’ve set up a program to match graduate skills with potential employer needs with our Work Experience (WE) Drupal program, and it is once again open for new host applicants. WE Drupal hosts are under no obligation by applying - we're just looking for some information on what type of person you're looking for (developer, site-builder, front-end, QA, PM, etc…) and an idea of the types of projects you have in mind for the graduate. We'll share all of the student profiles with you, and share your information with our students.