Here are the highlights from a few of the conversations I had with attendees of the 2013 Drupal Camp Alpe-Adria, held in April in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The camp was a wild success and attracted a large, international crowd. I'll post a couple more interviews I did at this event in coming weeks.
In this podcast, Robert Douglass talks to Mike Caccavano from Tree House Agency. Mike talks about Tree House and their experience working with enterprise customers on Drupal theming projects.
In this podcast, Robert Douglass sits down with the entire Miles family to talk about Drupal. Earl and Lynette talk about the experience writing their upcoming Drupal book, Drupal's Building Blocks: Quickly Building Websites with CCK, Views and Panels. In addition, you can download the manuscript in progress atSafari Rough Cuts online.
Robert Douglass sits down with Mike Meyers, CTO and Co-founder on NowPublic.com. NowPublic is a pioneer in the field of citizen journalism - a participatory news network which mobilizes an army of reporters to cover the events that define our world. Learn how NowPublic is using Drupal as a powerful social publishing platform to build its media business.
In this podcast, Robert Douglass sat down Bill Fitzgerald from FunnyMonkey at Do It With Drupal to talk about Bill's new book, Drupal for Education and E-learning and to get an update on things at Funny Monkey. Bill talks about FunnyMonkey Commons, a platform for teachers and educators built on Drupal.
As the presenting sponsor of the Do It With Drupal seminar, we're crossposting this special podcast done by the Drupal podcast pros at Lullabot. In this episode, Jeff Robbins interviews Acquia CTO & Co-founder Dries Buytaert about the company, our software distribution Acquia Drupal and the services available through the Acquia Network. Dries talks about how Acquia’s engineers work with module maintainers to submit patches, tackle issue queues and write unit tests to contribute to the Drupal community.