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DrupalEasy Podcast 52: Your Mom with Tom Geller

Tom Geller joins Andrew Riley and Mike Anello to discuss all the recent hubbub in the Drupal universe, including some of the various schools of thought of a Drupal App Store, the state of Drupal.org's forums and Planet, and Tom's new book from Peachpit, "Drupal 7: Visual Quickstart Guide". They also discuss Tom's Lynda.com Drupal videos (as well as video tutorials from other vendors), books and videos about Drupal distributions, and the forthcoming Drupal Watchdog print magazine. 

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Guest wrote 4 years 24 weeks ago

Pleasant surprise


Hi guys,

Just started to listen to your podcasts and got a bit surprised when listening to this one as you mentioned my proposal on how Planet Drupal can be improved. Feel a bit humbled for your support of it.

Would also like to say thanks for a great show, subscribing to it now.

Thomas "tsvenson" Svenson

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Wappalyzer bookmarklet


There's a bookmarklet for Wappalyzer that lets you identify Drupal and other web apps running on web sites - the bookmarklet will run in almost any browser.


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