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).
No time to learn? What if it was a scheduled event like a workshop? Scheduled professional development events like workshops and conferences can help you get started on a new path. We have 2 theming workshops coming up in February and March for folks ready to learn Drupal's theming system.
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.
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.