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Tutorials updated for Drupal 8.6 and Drush 9

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

We've Redesigned our Guides

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

Keeping Our Drupal 8 Tutorials Up-to-Date

When Drupal 8.1.0 was released it included some additions that broke our Get a Service from the Container tutorial in the Drupal 8 Module Development Essentials series. But don't worry, it's fixed now.

Looking Back, Looking Forward

Last year was a year of waiting for Drupal 8 and working on big changes at Drupalize.Me. Now that we’re into 2016, I want to take a break to reflect on 2015 and take a look at where we’re headed next.

Five Years and Counting!

Drupalize.Me is celebrating 5 years this week, so naturally we're also reflecting on the past, present, and future of our business.

What's New at Drupalize.Me - September

It's that time again! Here's an overview of our big accomplishments in September, including the inside scoop on a Drupal 8 release and what that means for our training, the tutorials we've published this month, and tech updates for the site.

Drupalize.Me Update, August 2015

It's that time again! Here's an overview of what we accomplished this month.

Drupalize.Me Update, July 2015

It's that time again! Here's an overview of what we've been working on recently at Drupalize.Me.

Drupalize.Me Update, June 2015

It's that time again! Here's an overview of what we've been working on at Drupalize.Me.

Monthly Update, May 2015

It's that time again! Our team worked hard last month to bring new content and site features to our members. Here's a overview of what we accomplished.

Drupalize.Me on Your TV

One thing people like to do with online learning is work and watch at the same time. Members have let us know that they want to be able to watch our videos on their TVs while using their computers to work along with the trainer. Luckily Drupalize.Me has several options to make this happen.

Recording Podcasts: Creating The Skype-O-Saurus

The Drupalize.Me podcast (formerly the Lullabot podcast) has been running for many years now. During this time, not much has changed as far as what makes the podcast itself. There is theme music, a host, guests, event updates, and now even sound effects. Even when it comes to how we record a podcast, not much is different in either the method or the technology. What can make or break a podcast, though, is the quality of the sound. I'm not talking about if the podcast is HD or anything, but what the overall quality of a person's voice is, the ability to reduce or eliminate background distractions, or even just being able to create a good mix of volumes. All these things are great to be able to have some control over and edit before putting the podcast out to the masses.