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For a lot of developers, myself included, testing your Drupal code can be a bit of an afterthought. Today we're happy to announce the release of a series of tutorials that might change how you feel about that.

Our guide to Testing in Drupal 8 was largely written by Paul Mitchum. Paul (Mile23 on drupal.org) has done work on Drupal's continuous integration project, is an active core contributor, and is one of the maintainers of the Examples project among his other roles.

This set of tutorials starts with helping explain why...

In this series we introduce Docker, a container runtime that allows you to run pre-packed, sandboxed Linux applications anywhere. We'll start by running a single container on the command line, build up to running Drupal in Docker, cover how to build your own containers, and how to add Docker to your Drupal development workflow.

This week we're adding four new tutorials to the Web Services in Drupal 8 series detailing how to create, update, and delete entities using Drupal's JSON API.

Here at Drupalize.Me we spend a lot of time looking at our company, poking at our policies and processes, and deliberately working to be a better company in the world. For the last 2 years, since we became our own company, we've talked about wanting to make our employee handbook public but hadn't taken the time get it done. We review our handbook at least annually and as part of the 2017 review and update process, we decided to also make sure it was in shape for sharing it with anyone who wants to take a look. We've finally gotten the...

One of our favorite things to do at Drupal community events is in-person training. There's just something special—and motivating—about getting to teach people face-to-face rather than from the other side of a computer screen. In 2017 we developed and offered a Theming Drupal 8 workshop at DrupalCon, Twin-Cities DrupalCamp, MidCamp, and BADCamp. It was super popular and filled up every time we did it. So this year we're considering developing another workshop that we can offer at events we're fortunate enough to be able to attend. But we're...

Drupalize.Me is looking for Drupal specialists to help us create new tutorials. These are temporary, part-time contracts to create and/or update written tutorials on a specific Drupal (or Drupal-related) topic.

We are pleased to say that we have updated and added to the guides so that we now have a complete set of exam guides for Drupal 8 and 7.

We're very excited about this new series for Web Services in Drupal 8. It has been our most-requested topic and we got to work with Mateu Aguiló Bosch to write it. If you have been looking to work on a decoupled Drupal project, or just need to dive into web service APIs, this series will teach you the tools you need and how to create a solid API for your needs.

We're thankful to the volunteers around the world who support the community by running camps. We've partnered up with several of them as sponsors and to give away free Drupalize.Me memberships. Get yourself to one of these events and you can win a free month of Drupalize.Me! Here is a list of upcoming events where you can win a free membership in the next 2 months.

If you've been following along with the Drupal core development cycle you might already know that new minor versions of Drupal 8 are released roughly every 6 months. We're happy to celebrate the release of Drupal 8.4 yesterday! Let's take a look at a few of the new features that have been added to this release.

Just two weeks ago we launched our new format for guides, along with a landing page that presents our guides and topics on one page. This week we're pleased to add 2 more new guides to the list: Introduction to Drupal and Learn Drupal 8. Both of these guides provide overviews that answer common questions and point you in the right direction to get started with Drupal.

Today the release candidate (rc) for Drupal 8.4 came out. This is the final review stage for the next version and a good opportunity to see what changes are coming when the new release goes public in fewer than 4 weeks, on October 4th. Here is a quick overview of some of the more interesting changes:

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