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Hey Node didn’t arise just from me or any single member of my team. At our 2017 company retreat, we had a long conversation about our personal and business goals for the next five years. We decided we wanted to grow the company -- but in a deliberate and meaningful way. We also wanted to be mindful about taking our most formative lessons from Drupalize.Me, and applying them to our next project. It took us another year of research to decide to work with the Node community and build Hey Node.

If you’re headed to GovCon and want to learn some awesome Drupal 8 theming, sign up for our all-day workshop.

Joe's list: 2019 DrupalCon events and classes for those new to Drupal

Based on our popular Drupal 8 Theming Workshop, our new guide, Hands-On Theming (https://drupalize.me/guide/hands-on-theming), is a 7-week course of tutorials and hands-on exercises that will get you up and running with your first Drupal 8 theme. Each week contains tutorials surrounding a key concept in Drupal 8 theming. At the end of each week, you'll have an opportunity to put into practice what you've learned in the related tutorials with a hands-on exercise. By the end of this course, you'll have a working Drupal 8 theme ready for you...

It was the first project of any real complexity that I’d used Gatsby on, and one of the fun things for me was getting to experience the speed firsthand. It makes pages and web applications that are really fast. I was able to run commands, build the version of the site, and when I clicked the link, the page would change instantaneously. I found myself clicking around just to enjoy the speed. I thought, ‘Wow, that’s really fast. Blazing even.’

We've published 18 tutorials on Search API and Solr in Drupal. Learn about Drupal's built-in search capabilities and how to take your site's search to the next level with Apache Solr in this new series.

Exciting things up ahead -- starting with a new name for the company!

Our most exciting development of the year is that we’re exploring beyond Drupal. Not because we don't still love Drupal, but because we recognize that there is more to being a well-rounded developer than just a single technology. We’re still dedicated to Drupal and our community, and we want to extend that into other open source projects.

We've updated our tutorials for Drupal 8.6 and Drush 9!

We've updated our Configuration Management series with new tutorials on deployment workflows as well as updated tutorials on managing and inspecting configuration with Drush (now with Drush 9 commands). We've also done some re-arranging and moved our tutorials about using Drupal's Configuration API in a module to a new series, Configuration Entities. Finally, we've added a new tutorial on setting up and using Drush Site Aliases, since this is a prerequisite for completing the new tutorial Live vs. Local Configuration Management. Happy...

We're excited to announce a new series, Getting Started with React and Drupal: 15 tutorials covering everything you need to know in order to get started using React on your current Drupal project.

We've redesigned our guides and would love to hear what you think.

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