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We're making our very first individual course available for sale, Practical Drupal Theming, with no membership required. This is based on our popular theming workshop, which we have honed and updated over the years. The course uses select tutorials from Drupalize.Me organized into a course that will help you create your first Drupal theme.

At the Portland Drupal User Group meeting, we had as a special guest, Tim Lehnen from the Drupal Association, who walked us through the new Issue Forks and Merge Requests features on drupal.org. We also talked about how new contributors could learn how to contribute to Drupal.

Sign up is now open for our first ever remote workshop. And Joe provides some additional insight into what we're planning.

Amber Matz and Philippa Stasiuk recently attended the online UX Writer Conference. In this blog post, they share some of the things they learned from the conference.

An example of how we're making working on the Drupalize.Me site a bit more pleasant by adding some database sanitation scripts into our CI/CD workflow.

Joe tries to figure out how to run the Drupalize.Me integration tests using Tugboat.qa and GitHub Actions.

We know that salaries differ around the world. For people who live in countries where the exchange rate and local economy are not competitive with the US dollar, this can make a Drupalize.Me membership prohibitively expensive. So we're experimenting with purchasing power parity.

We've released another batch of Layout Builder tutorials for frontend and backend developers. Learn how to add custom styles, add asset libraries, create custom layout plugins, settings forms, and code dynamic custom layouts using Drupal's Plugin API.

In this series, you'll learn how to configure and use the Media and Media Library module's in Drupal core as well as related contributed modules. Throughout the series we'll look at the Media ecosystem from the perspective of a site administrator, content editors, themers, and developers.

This fall we're trying something new: we're offering real-time remote workshops. It's not quite in-person, but I'm pretty excited to try it out.

Last week the community had its first online DrupalCon Global. It was a great experience for our team--better than many of us expected. We posted daily summaries of our session notes and comments on the event last week for Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3. Our team also took part in the Friday Contribution Day, with most of our work focused on preparing contributed modules for Drupal 9, the Help Topics project, and documentation. Here's a look at our impressions of the conference overall and our favorite sessions.

It's day 3 summary of DrupalCon Global 2020 and it delivered again. It's been a whirlwind 3 days full of good content and meeting lots of people new and old. This is the last set of summary notes for sessions, as today we switch over to contribution day.

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