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Countdown to Drupal 8: Some Tips from Pedalo

The upcoming release of Drupal 8 (Do we have to remind you that it's on November 19th?) will no doubt inspire a flurry of "how to" blog posts. Which makes this a good time to focus on some D8-inspired professional development.

One resource that recently crossed our screen came from our partners at Pedalo, the London-based Web design agency. They've been compiling a series of blog posts to help teams prepare for the new version.

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Mobile-first responsiveness is one of the features that Pedalo says will make a Drupal 8 upgrade worth it.

Why not check out their 5-part series to jumpstart your personal upgrade path.

  1. How can Drupal 8 help you reach your goals?
  2. How can marketers prepare for Drupal 8?
  3. How can the IT team prepare for Drupal 8?
  4. What is the typical upgrade process to Drupal 8?
  5. Drupal 8 FAQs

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