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Posted Monday, April 14 at 3:56 pm
Heather James (Heather), Manager of Learning Services at Acquia and Peter Manijak (LinkedIn profile), Global Certification Lead at Acquia join Ted Bowman and Mike Anello to talk about the first test-based certification program for Drupal developers.
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DrupalEasy Podcast 84: Jake Who?

Jake Strawn (himerus on drupal.org), fearless leader of the Omega base theme, joins Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello for a best practices discussion for responsive theming with Omega. They tackle commonly confusing questions including "what's with all the CSS files?", mobile navigation, advertising images, and "what the heck is the Delta module supposed to do?" Other news-y stories discussed include the DrupalCon Code of Conduct discussion, Views in core, and the “Spark” prototype.

DrupalEasy Podcast 83: Climbing the Drupal Ladder

Bryan Hirsch (bryanhirsch on drupal.org) and Kay VanValkenburgh (kay_v on drupal.org) join Andrew Riley and Mike Anello on this week’s episode of the DrupalEasy podcast to talk about the Drupal Ladder, a community project they started to help train future Drupal core contributors.

DrupalEasy Podcast 82: Mapping Middle Earth

Brandon Morrison (Brandonian on drupal.org) joins Andrew Riley and Mike Anello on the first post-DrupalCon Denver edition of the podcast to talk about all things Geo in Drupal 7. Brandon is one of the maintainers of the GeoField module and is an active member of the Drupal Geo community.

"Blue Collar Git" Workshop Will Debut at DrupalCamp Charlotte

Average: 4.3 (4 votes)

Great feedback from my "Tinkertoy Git" Tampa meetup and DrupalCamp Nashville presentation has inspired me to make it bigger. Much bigger. The expanded full-day "Blue Collar Git" workshop covers not only the basics of the distributed version control system, but also delves into remote repositories, resolving conflicts, and working with patches.

Review: Drupal 7 Views Cookbook

Average: 4.4 (5 votes)

As the explosive growth of Drupal continues, so does the eco-system of vendors and products around it. Included is the plethora of Drupal books that continues at a somewhat unbelievable pace. It seems that there are at least two to three new releases each month. Unfortunately, in the rush to quench the tech community's thrist for Drupal knowledge, sometimes less-than-stellar books are being served up before they're fully baked (cooking pun #1).

DrupalEasy at DrupalCon Denver: Krazy with a K

The last of our series of batched interviews from DrupalCon Denver 2012, we talk to Ryan Szrama of the Drupal Commerce project, Colleen Carroll and Robin Barre from Palantir talking Workbench, and last but not least Dan Reif from Black Mesh.

DrupalEasy at DrupalCon Denver: Florida Drupal Empire

In our continuing series of batched interviews from DrupalCon Denver 2012, you will hear how HP is entering the cloud with Matt Butcher. Then we introduce you to two awesome ways to get Drupal News - Drupal Sun from Evolving Web and the Weekly Drop newsletter by Bob Kepford. Guest host Joe Moraca.

DrupalEasy at DrupalCon Denver: Drupal Times Three

This is a "power hour" of  three heavyweight interviews from DrupalCon Denver 2012 - first up is Josh Koenig from Pantheon, followed by Matt Cheney from Chapter3 - you won't believe the last two interview guests until you hear it (and drink!). Guest host Steve Edwards.

DrupalEasy at DrupalCon Denver: Dani Nordin and Ken Woodworth

This is a design-related batch of interviews from DrupalCon Denver 2012 - we have two interviews, one with UX pro and OReilly author Dani Nordin, followed by the designer of the DrupalCon Denver website, Ken Woodworth. Guest host Johan Falk.

DrupalEasy at DrupalCon Denver with MortenDK and DamienMcKenna

This is our first batch of interviews from DrupalCon Denver 2012 - first we get a quick word from Nate Hill of San Jose Public Library, then we hear from Damien McKenna and MortenDK about their hopes and dreams for DrupalCon and their projects. Cameo appearance by Steve Edwards.