My Internship at Evolving Web

After DrupalCon London, I was sitting on the banks of the Thames river sipping champagne when I remembered the time I told my friend I was joining the co-op program at Concordia. He launched into a story about his own co-op experience. One day, he had to do "pen testing".

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Starting a Rapid Deployment Process

Today is not your lucky day. The production server went down due to a hard disk error on the VM's host machine. You don't have a high availability setup because running additional servers 24x7 is quite costly. However, you need a new machine quickly.

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Developing With Views Part I: Describing your data to Views

Views provides a really great interface for displaying data on your website. However, developing with Views can be confusing at first. I’m going to explain the basics of developing with Views.

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Evolving Web at DrupalCamp NYC10

DrupalCamp NYC 10 was one of the best Drupal camps I've ever attended. With around 400 attendees, it was definitely the biggest. Somehow, it still had the intimate feel of a camp and there were lots of opportunities for conversations and networking, both during the day and at the after party.

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DrupalCamp Toronto 2011

Alex, Tavish and I had a great time in the T Dot over the weekend at DrupalCamp Toronto. The camp was well-attended, there were lots of great presentations and BoFs, and we even came back with some very hardcore Druplicon touques (hats for you non-Canadians).

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Content Translation in Drupal 7

Multilingual websites are complicated, due to the wide variety of ways to convey multilingual content to users. Each multilingual website seems to come with a different set of requirements for how content translation is handled. In this post, I'll take a look at approaches to translating content in Drupal 7 and the new possibilities that the Entity Translation module provides.

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Improving Your Drupal Testing Process

Whether we like it or not, testing takes a huge amount of time. Often a third of each web development project is spent testing, but it's not usually something that gets a lot of attention.

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Recap of DrupalCamp New Hampshire 2011

Last weekend, we headed down to Manchester for DrupalCamp New Hampshire. Building on last year's successful Drupal beginner training day, the local user group organized an awesome one-day camp with 30+ great sessions, training, and even a code sprint.

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