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Drupal 8 won't kill your kittens: part 3 of 4 - Why the fear?

Part 3 of 4 – On October 4/5, 2013 (depending on your time zone), I hosted a live Hangout on Air with three major Drupal core contributors: Lee Rowlands (larowlan), Tim Plunket (tim.plunkett / @timplunkett), and Daniel Wehner (dawehner / @da_wehner). We talked about what's going on in Drupal 8 and how you will benefit from all the new stuff. This post is the third of four that cover the details of that conversation.

Drupal 8 wins: unified entities n' plugins!

Part 2 of 4 of the "Drupal 8 won't kill your kittens" live Hangout on Air with Lee Rowlands, Tim Plunkett, and Daniel Wehner. Here, we discuss the incredible improvements that have gone into Drupal 8's entity and plugin systems and how you will benefit from these as a developer.

Drupal 8 won't kill your kittens - Part 1 of 4

On October 4/5, 2013 (depending on your time zone), I hosted a live Hangout on Air with three major Drupal core contributors: Lee Rowlands (larowlan), Tim Plunket (tim.plunkett / @timplunkett), and Daniel Wehner (dawehner / @da_wehner). We talked about what's going on in Drupal 8 and how you will benefit from all the new stuff. This post is the first of four that cover the details of that conversation.

Drupal 8 OOP benefit 1 of many: entity types

Many people, including me, have been blogging about Drupal 8 and its transition to object oriented programming. One question that comes up often is why?, given the extra layers of abstraction, complexity, and verbosity that often accompanies that. Dries wrote a post, answering that question at a high level.