Drush (the Drupal Shell) is a command line interface for Drupal. It provides all sorts of commands for assisting in Drupal development, automating workflows and in general making it easier to script various parts of the Drupal workflow. Learning to use Drush and the commands that come with Drush core will help both site administrators and developers speed up their day-to-day Drupal work. It really is a handy tool for everyone, not just developers. We've just published a whole new series of tutorials on Drush, representing a huge effort to...

Osio Labs intern Chinelo Obigwe shares her insights on getting Drupal installed for the first time on her Windows machine in this new blog post on Drupalize.Me. Read on to learn about several local web development environment tools she recommends to anyone starting out with learning Drupal and who wants to get Drupal up-and-running on their own machine.

Learning Drupal can feel daunting. Its ecosystem is like a rich forest with all kinds of fruit and wildlife, but for those who aren't experienced in exploring it, the foliage can look thick, dark, and foreboding. The sounds drifting from the trees seem mysterious and enchanting. But also a little dangerous. You know there are paths through the woods, but some aren't well-marked, and some lead to dead ends. Some take you the long way around and then loop back on themselves. If you want to become a Drupal developer, what path should you take...

Pursuing and growing a career in web development is important to me, and it is currently a set goal, but I need to know what path in web development I want to take in order to do so effectively. Exploring all possible options is an important step in my professional development because I am still a beginner on this path. Drupal is a pre-existing solution that delivers automated webpages for web developers or anyone else who wants to create a functional website. It is now widely recognized as a fast-growing web development technology, and...

Drupalize.Me trainer, Amber Matz, will be speaking at the upcoming Aten Lunch Hour webinar, presenting "Accessing the Layers of Help in Drupal". Register now for the free webinar on August 25, 2021 at 12pm US/MDT.

Drupal Diversity & Inclusion, an independent working group within the Drupal community, is holding the first ever Drupal Diversity & Inclusion (DDI) Camp! The aim of the working group is to bring new voices and important topics together into a relaxed and fun virtual conference. You are invited to join Addi, Ashley, and Amber online this weekend, August 13 & 14, for two days of fantastic content from community speakers.

Being able to execute, and step debug, Drupal's test using the PhpStorm UI makes it easier and more efficient to write tests for your projects. Learn how to configure PhpStorm to run Drupal's PHPUnit tests inside of a DDEV-Local environment using docker-compose and a remote PHP CLI Interpreter. This setup will work for both Drupal core and your custom code.

A look at how we design our remote workshops for flexibility and on-the-fly adjustments so that we can provide as much value as possible to the people who choose to attend.

The Drupal Association launched a new program this year that aims to provide education and mentoring for underrepresented folks, called Discover Drupal. The program's goal is to prepare the selected student participants for full-time Drupal jobs, and we're happy to be a part of this program.

We've added 8 tutorials on Views plugins to our Views for Developers course. Learn how to define field handler, pseudo field, filter, sort, area, access, and style plugins using the Views and Plugin APIs in Drupal.

10 years ago we released the first tutorials in our Drupal 7 Coding for Views Series. Today we're super excited to release the first 8 tutorials in our new Views for Developers series, a Drupal 8+ update to Coding for Views.

DrupalCon North America is happening in just over 3 weeks, as part of the larger DrupalFest, which is a series of online events happening throughout the month of April. The whole Drupalize.Me team will be there, with Addi speaking on a panel (Leadership at the intersection of business and open source).