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DrupalEasy Podcast 65: Mud and Giant Robots

Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello interview part of the team from Droplabs, a Los Angeles-based Drupal-centric co-working facility. In addition to the usual latest Drupal news and picks, we spoke with Christefano Reyes, Blake Senftner, and Lee Vodra about the genesis of Droplabs, its place in the LA Drupal Community, and how they’re feeling their way in making the space successful in the long term. <--break->

Five Stories

  1. Droplabs - A collaborative Drupal coworking/hackerspace in Downtown Los Angeles. Part of a larger industrial space called Big Art Labs.
  2. Drupal Business Summit at DrupalCamp Atlanta
  3. TechCrunch reports that Pantheon launches with $1.3 million in seed money. 
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Guest wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago



The Droplabs part of the podcast made me want to moan and cry. I live in a small town in Kansas. I work alone, although I have one colleague in Kansas City. I SO wish I had people to collaborate with, sitting in the same room. Awesome idea. If I ever get to LA I'm going to Droplabs to breathe the air.

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