Matt Giambrone

DrupalCamp Phoenix 2013

Sat, 03/09/2013 - 09:00 -- Matt Giambrone

Ashday was proud to help sponsor the 2013 DrupalCamp Phoenix, and Russell Keppner once again served as one of the emcees. However, instead of presenting sessions, this time Ashday provided an all-day Training Lounge during the camp. This followed the same formula as our previous mentored drupal video training, but on a drop-in-and-out whenever you want basis.

Clint Randall

If You Have the Means, Get Netbeans

Tue, 07/24/2012 - 16:18 -- Clint Randall

The deeper I get into Drupal development, the more I depend on developer tools like code searching, debugging, code syntax highlighting, etc. Drupal is an amazing tool for developing websites, but unlike most custom scripting language sites - you're navigating a framework, which can be quite baffling at times. Knowing how to navigate your way around Drupal's infrastructure is critical if you have any hope of figuring out why that one scripted menu isn't appearing or why your custom form field values aren't getting to your submit handler.

Russell Keppner

Phoenix Drupal User Group June Meetup

Tue, 06/26/2012 - 11:41 -- Russell Keppner

After taking a hiatus last month when our meetup location disappeared (LaunchSpot is currently in the process of rebooting/relocating/relaunching), we’re going to get together again for our monthly, um, get-together.

Here's the skinny: Clint Randall is talking about Using Sass with Drupal, and I’m finally doing the Drupal Workflow Using Git presentation I promised a few months back.

Russell Keppner

Git Subtree: An Easier Way to Import a Repository into Dev Cloud

Tue, 04/24/2012 - 10:00 -- Russell Keppner

In my last post about moving an existing Drupal Git repository into Acquia Dev Cloud without losing history, the best way I could put together to actually merge in the Git repository was to use a rather obtuse (if effective) git filter-branch command. Thankfully, Barry Jaspan, the project owner of Dev Cloud, was kind enough to point out that there was an easier way.

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