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This weekend I participated in the Brevard Code Sprint for the MediaFront Module. I must admit, being new to Drupal, it did cross my mind that I’d be more of a hinderance than a help. I couldn’t have been more mistaken! The dozen folks from the Drupal community were great to work with.
Addison Berry, the Lullabot Director of Education and Product Manager for Drupalize.me, joined super-special-guest-host Ted Bowman (tedbow) and stalwart Mike Anello to discuss Addi’s impressive Drupal resume as well as the evolving process of learning Drupal and growing new contributors. Brent Deverman (deverman) joined in to discuss the Site of the Week (CNN Travel), and Ted and Mike wrapped things up with some additional Drupal news and a couple of picks of the week.
The first-ever Brevard County Drupal Code Sprint took place on Sunday, December 16, 2012 at the Cocoa Village Civic Center. A total of 12 sprinters attended in-person, along with 2 virtual attendees who joined in via IRC and a Google+ Hangout. The sprint was in support of the MediaFront module, a front-end media solution that provides HTML5-based media players for supported browsers and falls back to a Flash-based player when necessary. The MediaFront module maintainer, Travis Tidwell (travist), could not have been more accomodating and helpful, as he participated in the sprint for 10 straight hours.
The sprint was a success; we were able to improve the MediaFront’s documentation, fix some bugs, perform some structured testing of the module in various operating systems and browsers, and make some progress on several other issues. DrupalEasy was proud to sponsor the sprint, providing the facilities, drinks, and snacks for the participants.
3.. 2.. 1.. and lift-off of a new career!!! Here I go off to explore a new world that just 6 months ago I’d never even heard of! The strange blue teardrop world of Drupal!
For the past 20 years, I have been blessed to work my dream job as an engineer in the Space Shuttle Program, what a ride! The retirement of the shuttles meant a new direction in my life, and since there’s not a huge demand for rocket scientists these days, it meant seeking some new doors to open up and see what’s out there.
I happened upon a chance to enroll in a 10-week web development course called DrupalEasy Career Starter Program, so I dove right in not having any computer background, but realizing the web is the future! I successfully completed the class and am now starting an internship and an introduction into the community of Drupal. With all the helpful support in Drupal, it’s not a program you learn - it’s a universe of mutual relationships you join... so here’s my first step towards growing in the community.
Git’s a ripper Version Control System, and considering its growing adoption, you can’t afford to be a drongo when it comes to leveraging it. No worries though, just head on over to Sydney the day before DrupalCon kicks off, take DrupalEasy’s action-packed Blue Collar Git training, and Bob’s yer uncle!
The Yank (that’d be me) from DrupalEasy is putting on this fast-paced workshop that’ll help you master Git and get gobsmacked at how much more effective you get as a Drupal developer, themer or project manager.
Kendall Totten (starryeyez024) joins Ryan Price and Mike Anello to talk about designing and implementing mobile-friendly navigation. Kendall is a Drupal designer, themer, and trainer with Mediacurrent. Also discussed is the new "Feature Complete Phase" that was recently added to the Drupal 8.x release cycle, all of the wonderful new stuff that has recently been committed to Drupal 8.x, and Acquia's newest pile of cash.
Cindy McCourt (idcm), author of Drupal: The Guide to Planning and Building Websites, joins Andrew Riley and Mike Anello to discuss (almost) everything there is to know about Drupal project planning, development methodologies, gathering requirements, and everything else that goes into planning a successful Drupal project. Along the way, Greg Dunlop’s (heyrocker) CMI fundraising, comment spam prevention, and Drupal 7.17 are discussed, capped off with our picks of the week.
Katherine Druckman (katherined as well as the LinuxJournal.com webmistress) joins Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello for our 92nd podcast. We discuss Linux Journal’s special Drupal-only issue, the increasing length of the Drupal release cycle, and Open Atrium 2.0’s roadmap. Ted Bowman also makes a special appearance live from BADCamp to discuss the latest happenings.
The DrupalEasy Career Starter Program (DCSP), a one-of-a-kind 10-week, multi-modal Drupal training program is proud to announce the graduation of all 20 of our students from the class of 2012. This is the second year of the DCSP in Brevard County, Florida and we’re excited to watch this year’s graduates become (even more!) active Drupal community members and developers.
Through a grant from Brevard Workforce, the DCSP’s goal was to retrain 20 unemployed IT professionals and turn them into Drupal professionals. With the retirement of the Space Shuttle fleet in 2011, approximately 8,000 skilled workers lost their jobs at Kennedy Space Center in Brevard County. Our available pool of talented IT professional was HUGE. This year’s DCSP effort received 202 applications for just 20 slots. The vast majority of the students selected had zero Drupal experience coming in. The rest of this post will give you an idea of how much Drupal knowledge and experience they have going out...
Using Git to move the code base of a Drupal site from a local development environment to a hosting provider (or vice-versa) is a necessary skill that most Drupal site builders should have. Configuring and utilizing a remote Git repository can be an especially daunting task for people who don't have a strong background with version control systems.
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