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Part of the Drupalize.Me team, Addison Berry, Joe Shindelar, Kyle Hofmeyer, and Joe Fender, gets on today's episode to talk about our new site launch, and the long road it took for us to get here. We talk about the reasons we decided to upgrade the site, and share some of the big changes we made, and the biggest issues we've faced getting the job done.
Jared Ponchot and Jeff Robbins chat with Richard Wolffe about being prolific, writing process, writing process, scaling creative endeavors, live television, and creating the new MSNBC.com.
In this episode Addison Berry is joined by Miro Dietiker and Christophe Galli to talk about the Translation Management (TMGMT) project. Multilingual sites are complex beasts, and in addition to getting things wired up to allow translation, you also need to get the site translated into the languages you need.
In this podcast Larry Garfield, Alex Bronstein, Juampy, and Joe Shindelar join Kyle Hofmeyer to discuss why they are excited about Drupal 8.
After a fall hiatus, Insert Content Here is back for a second year of content strategy and digital publishing goodness! In episode 19, Jeff Eaton and Harvard's Mike Petroff talk about the recent redesign of the Harvard Gazette on Wordpress, the challenges of serving a large university's communications needs, and trends in social publishing and visitor interaction.
Last week a number of us went to beautiful Prague, Czech Republic to immerse ourselves at DrupalCon. The city was amazing, and the conference was a blast. In this episode Addi, Kyle, Juampy, and Micah share their experiences, favorite sessions and news, and give a general rundown on how DrupalCon Prague turned out. We also have a bit of a discussion on European versus US DrupalCons, and talk about some other events that are coming up. Importing Data With Migrate and Drupal 7
For this episode, Addison Berry is joined by Nate Haug and Jen Lampton to talk about their new project, Backdrop, which is a fork of Drupal. This is a shocking move in the community, and has generated a lot of questions and concerns. We talk about the motivation behind the fork, who's working on it, and ask about the negative impact this can have on the community. We asked on Twitter and Facebook for what questions folks had, and we got a ton of responses. Addi asks these questions to Nate and Jen, directly from the voices in the community.
In this episode Kyle Hofmeyer takes time to gather some Lullabots to discuss "developer workflow". He is joined by Lullabot's Senior Technical Project Manager, Jared Bitner, Senior Developer, Joe Shindelar, and first-time project manager, Emma Westby.
Jeff Eaton and award winning game designer Andrea Phillips talk about evolving narratives, the East Coast/West Coast marketing divide, and the growing field of Transmedia Storytelling .
In this episode, Addi is joined by Bill Liao, co-founder of CoderDojo, and Drupalers and CoderDojo volunteers Heather James (heather) and Mike King (emkay). At a CoderDojo, young people learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and more. Dojos are set up, run by, and taught at by volunteers.