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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.
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Guest wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

You guys should be proud of

You guys should be proud of your achievements. This podcast gets better and better each episode. Keep up the great work!

bhosmer

Guest wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

PGA.com by Palantir

PGA.com was done by Palantir.

Itangalo wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

Module a Day!

Thanks for the tip on the Module a Day podcast!
Here are two links for others who are too lazy to go digging themselves :-)

http://developerkarma.com/podcasts/module-a-day
http://developerkarma.com/podcasts/module-a-day-weekly-edition

Guest wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

That PGA.com site is really

That PGA.com site is really sweet, whoever worked on that deserves serious kudos.

Guest wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Thanks

Great episode guys, really enjoy the podcast.

Been hearing a lot about the whole WP/GPL thing lately. Looks like Chris with Thesis has had a change of heart about his licensing:
http://mashable.com/2010/07/22/thesis-relents/

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