Posted on mardi, le 31 janvier 2012, 06h01 EST
This week we'll learn about the importance of end-user training. In February, I'll write about modules you can use to customize the editor user experience in Drupal, and some news about initiatives in Drupal to improve the content administrator
Posted on mardi, le 17 janvier 2012, 04h49 EST
New to Drupal, but you're an experienced coder? Drop the API, and step away from the command line.
In one of our most popular webinars of 2011 about developing with Drupal, developer Camilla Jensen (naxoc) admitted that- even with her experience
Posted on mardi, le 10 janvier 2012, 08h03 EST
As a Drupal trainer, I am very interested in the results of usability testing because it often chimes with the same observations we make of new users as they learn Drupal. One finding in particular strikes a chord for those who are new to theming:
Posted on mercredi, le 9 novembre 2011, 11h58 EST
No naming and shaming here, but you know you've seen it. You're browsing around and see something very "drupally" about a site. Suspiciously, you view source or look at builtwith.com just to double check. What was it that you noticed? Was it some
Posted on mardi, le 25 octobre 2011, 09h24 EDT
By Heather James
If you're running a business around Drupal services, giving talks and presentations is great way to highlight your own expertise and get the word out about Drupal. Preparation, however, takes time.
We created "Hello Drupal" as a
Posted on jeudi, le 29 septembre 2011, 13h57 EDT
By: Heather James
Are you interested in learning Drupal? Are you a Drupal trainer or screencaster? We'd love to hear from you about your own learning experience and how you found your way through Drupal.
Please share your feedback on the "Drupal
Posted on Dimanche, le 28 août 2011, 11h28 EDT
By Heather James
Confession: I'm not a coder, and I love code sprints. Previously, I wrote about how Awesome BoFs are, but really, the best part of DrupalCon is: The Code Sprint. And London's was a great example. Here's why: the context, the space
Posted on lundi, le 18 juillet 2011, 17h13 EDT
By Heather James
Thursday, July 21st, Jacob Singh is hosting two call-in webinars at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. EDT with special guests from the Drupal community with backgrounds from Java to front-end development. You can listen as this panel of experienced
Posted on jeudi, le 5 mai 2011, 11h30 EDT
Drupal is powerful, it's undeniable. What's worrying is that you can get pretty far without understanding much about web development. This poses some challenges for novice web developers.
By simply installing the Acquia Dev Desktop you can
Posted on vendredi, le 25 mars 2011, 12h25 EDT
Author: Heather James @learningdrupal
This is the first in a series of podcasts where I'll be talking to people who have converted to using Drupal. I've chosen to name it to 'Drupal Adapter' to extend the notion of plugging into Drupal from another
Posted on jeudi, le 24 février 2011, 07h00 EST
Drupal is growing!
At Acquia, we're very proud of Drupal's growth, however, it does mean that companies and organizations are challenged to build their teams. We're excited that we can offer such great news to those who are anxious about finding
Posted on lundi, le 31 janvier 2011, 11h26 EST
Do you have a site which is 2 years old, and you’re not sure if your site is ready to upgrade? We can help. Our team will deliver a course on upgrading Drupal, the day before DrupalCon. In the day long course, you’ll get expert advice and feedback
Posted on jeudi, le 27 janvier 2011, 13h25 EST
Lynda.com has just announced three new training courses...
Drupal Gardens Essential Training course, Drupal 7 Essential Training Course, and Drupal 7 New Features.
You can have a peek yourself using this Free 24 hour pass to lynda.com. It's great
Posted on mardi, le 4 janvier 2011, 07h24 EST
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Wanna come to a BoF about BoFs?
Birds of a Feather, has such a nice ring to it. This way of self-organizing allows people of like minds to flock together in their motley way spontaneously sprung from the
Posted on vendredi, le 10 decembre 2010, 06h10 EST
I wanted to show how so-called "non-coders" can make significant contributions to the Drupal project. Probably the quickest way to make friends with a module maintainer is to help out in the issue queue. You can also help out with triage on some of
Posted on mardi, le 7 decembre 2010, 05h36 EST
Drupal 7 RC 1 needs testers. And now more than ever, your favorite modules need testing too. As Moshe wrote yesterday, they're here to collect on the D7CX pledge. This is a great way that a new Drupal user can make a significant contribution, and
Posted on mardi, le 9 novembre 2010, 11h45 EST
We had 226 respondents to a survey about roles in the Drupal community. Though we pilot tested the survey and honed down the questions, the findings were inconclusive, though we could draw one result. Apparently we use terms like "themer" or "module
Posted on jeudi, le 14 octobre 2010, 07h55 EDT
Yesterday, I listened as Tom gave a quick introduction of the suite of modules maintained by LevelTen. I left like I was watching some mad ninja SEO tricks. I got educated!
Maybe you all already knew about this stuff. To me, this is like magic. I
Posted on lundi, le 11 octobre 2010, 09h53 EDT
Though it's not always a linear process, hopefully with training, we can make the learning process a bit smoother for you, by connecting you to development expertise.
Especially for those who are new to it, learning Drupal is also a series of
Posted on mercredi, le 8 septembre 2010, 08h33 EDT
At DrupalCon, Barry Madore & Allie Micka from Advantage Labs organized a BoF: Drupal x10 inspired by Dries’s keynote. There were some interesting examples given.
Growing the community is really a learning gap. At Acquia, we’re working with