I'm excited to be presenting at the NCTech4Good conference in Chapel Hill tomorrow on Upgrading to Drupal 7, and thought I'd post my slides here and a few other resources for those who are interested. Unfortunately I don't have notes attached to the slides, but I'll be writing a complete blog post next week that will go into more depth on the topics in the presentation.
Durham, NC (April 11, 2011) — Jay Roberts and Kosta Harlan, Drupal Developers at DesignHammer, will be presenting at the 2011 NCTech4Good Conference. NCTech4Good Conference is an annual daylong event that offers information and networking opportunities for staff, consultants, and volunteers for North Carolina nonprofits and similar organizations.
DrupalCon Chicago is over and I'm back in Durham with the DesignHammer crew. It was a great conference; it's the first DrupalCon that DesignHammer has participated in and it won't be the last. Here are some notes about my impressions of DrupalCon and how it affects DesignHammer.
I'm halfway into my first DrupalCon in Chicago and I'm waiting for the Automated Testing and Drupal workshop to begin, so I thought I'd post a quick update on my time at DrupalCon.
One of the most important security vulnerabilities in Drupal involves correctly configuring input formats. This blog post gives an overview of some of the issues involved and how to properly secure your site's input formats.
For the past few years Drupal has become the CMS of choice for DesignHammer. So much so, that we set aside the time to port our entire website to Drupal. We can finally say that we “eat our own dog food” now.
Last night DesignHammer hosted the Coder Lounge for Triangle area Drupalers. A small group of us worked on porting several Drupal 6 modules to Drupal 7.
One of the often discussed topics in the Drupal community is the site deployment process, and best practices for managing development, staging, and production environments. In this post, I am going to explain part of our approach for a particular project and how hook_update_N() made our lives a bit easier.
The Webform module for Drupal is tremendously useful, and with the 3.x release, it has become much easier to work with. In this tutorial, I am going to explain how to dynamically populate Webform options in Drupal.