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A story of an intern at Acquia

The history of my engagement with Acquia started a while ago — well, a couple of months. Considering how fast Acquia is growing, I'd call that "a while ago" around here!

Get compelling arguments for Drupal

How do you promote, use, and enjoy Drupal? When you tell people about it, what makes them pay attention? How do you communicate your successes to those who haven't discovered it? The Drupal Association wants to know.

Drush: An Expert's Technique

Chances are you know that drush is a command line utility for Drupal that allows site administrators to interface with the site directly from the command line shell. It contains simple commands such as drush st , which simply print the status report to the terminal, to the more powerful drush updb, equivalent to visiting the update.php script in your web browser.

Moving Commons to Drupal.org

Just over a month ago, I joined the Acquia team. I’m thrilled at the opportunity to work with so many talented people who are working with Drupal!

I’m part of the team that develops Commons, the Drupal distribution for building vibrant community websites that competes in a marketplace dominated by proprietary vendors such as Jive and Yammer.

Acquia Commons wins for high-tech communities

I was meeting last week with an incredible set of high technology leaders who are all leveraging Drupal and Commons for their developer communities. These are very high profile companies, it’s amazing the progress Drupal has made in becoming a leader for developer and high technology customer communities.

Drupal skill sets: Please give your feedback!

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.

Acquia Podcast 35: Moshe Weitzman on Drush, Migrate and Moving To Acquia

Moshe Weitzman is a very prolific and well known contributor to the Drupal community, both in the core and contrib areas, and is responsible for a couple very powerful Drupal tools that are used by many people in the Drupal community. In this episode we discuss the beginnings and current status of the Drush tool and Migrate module, as well as his new duties now that he is at Acquia.

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Writing JavaScript without anonymous functions

Most of the JavaScript you see on the web is full of anonymous functions. I don't think most of them are necessary. Allow me to demonstrate.

Imagine a PHP developer—let's call her Sunny—who doesn't really write JavaScript, but needs to toggle some text on a page. Sunny goes searching for examples on Google, and finds this jQuery snippet:

Commons 2.0 and Contributing to the Drupal Community

This summer I worked at Acquia building status updates and activity streams in Drupal. The modules I developed became the centerpiece of Commons 2.0, which was released on August 31st. This new major version of Commons represents a giant leap forward in the world of social business software. It introduces a familiar, easy-to-use communication interface into a realm previously burdened by its focus on static documents.

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