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Podcast Episode 56: Drush and Composer

This week's podcast, episode 56, has Greg Anderson and Juampy Novillo Requena join Addison Berry to discuss Drush and the PHP dependency manager, Composer. We talk about what Drush and Composer are, why and how Drush is using Composer now, as well as a look down the road at further integration.

Podcast Episode 54: D8 Accelerate

What is D8 Accelerate? In episode 54 of the Drupalize.Me Podcast, Amber Himes Matz chats with Angie Byron and Holly Ross about this new pilot program from the Drupal Association to put $125,000 of community funds toward resolving critical issues and accelerating the release of Drupal 8.

Listen now to D8 Accelerate podcast episode.

Podcast Episode 53: Coding in Schools

Getting coding into the curriculum in Minnetonka Schools

Podcast Episode 52: Drupal Community Leadership

Our latest podcast, Episode 52: Drupal Community Leadership, has Addi joined by Larry Garfield (Crell), Greg Dunlap (heyrocker), and Gábor Hojsty (Gábor Hojsty); three people who have been publicly involved in recent conversations about community leadership problems and potential solutions. They sat down to hash out where the conversation comes from, the current challenges they see us facing, and their thoughts and ideas for how to approach them.

Podcast 49: DrupalCon Amsterdam

Half of the Drupalize.Me team is on the road right now, having attended DrupalCon Amsterdam. For Episode 49, Addi and Amber found a quiet corner to record a brief recap of the week.

Podcast 45: Keeping Up with Drupal News

This week's podcast, Episode 45: Keeping Up with Drupal News, gets into the why and how of the flow of Drupal community information. We have three guests who are all involved in consuming and sharing the Drupal news they find, through multiple formats: podcasts, newsletters, videos, and Google+ groups. Through the chat we discuss not just the news we share, but where we go to get the news we need as well.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 43

In this week's episode, 43: Web Services, Addison Berry along with Lullabots Sally Young and Joe Shindelar discuss the Services module for Drupal.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 42

In this week's episode, 42: Content Delivery Systems (CDNs), Addi is joined by two bots, Joe Shindelar and Ben Chavet, along with Will Hetherington, who is a network consultant for Drupalize.Me. We chat about what a CDN is, why and how people use them, and share some information about how we have our CDN set up here for Drupalize.Me.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 41

In Episode 41, Virtualization with Vagrant, Emma Jane Westby and Erika Heidi chat about creating virtual environments with Vagrant. Through their light-hearted approach to technical topics, we hope Emma and Erika are able to make Vagrant seem a little more accessible, if not downright fun.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 39

If you are looking for good community event ideas, or just want to understand some of what goes into planning an event, check out this week's Drupalize.Me podcast on The Story of the TCD'OH Drupal Unconference. Addi and Joe Shindelar hop on the line with Barry Madore and Tim Erikson to discuss why they did an unconference, and how they pulled it off. As a hint, it is less work than a DrupalCamp, but still requires a little thought about how to structure the unstructured day.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 38

In this week's Episode 38: Lessons from Distributed Companies, we talk to a few attendees of the Yonder conference about what it means to be a distributed company and how that works. Yonder was a small conferenece for leaders of distributed companies, hosted by Lullabot. Lullabot (and therefor Drupalize.Me) is a fully distributed company, with no central office. In the podcast we chat about how this even came to be, along with both the positive and negative effects of being distributed.

Drupalize.Me Podcast Episode 37

This week's episode of our podcast, Bunny Ears Are Fuzzy, is a bit of a different than our regular podcast. Most of our team has been at SXSW for the last week, and so we didn't get a chance to record a podcast. We didn't want to leave you hanging though by skipping a week, so I went ahead and did a quick solo podcast, in which I do a dramatic reading of a pretty funny Drupal core issue. It's short and funny. Hope you all like it, and we'll be back on a normal schedule for the next podcast.

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