Greg Dunlap, better known to the tech world as Heyrocker, explains what a Senior Digital Strategist does and described the challenges of creating standard, customizable layouts.
We talk about what he would do if the internet went out, and how fixing pinball machines might fill the void in his heart left by the absence of YouTube, but only if he can get his hands on the manuals.
Like the rest of us, Greg has a number of people he'd like to thank for pushing him into the community when he needed it.
Finally, can you guess what Greg's spirit module is?
Open Source Contributor for Pantheon, Greg Anderson, takes us through Drush 9 and what that means for your existing plugins, as well as tips for rescuing your family from the internet.
You might say Drush 9 was born from fire, but that was because we upgraded from Symfony 2 to Symfony 3. Aside from rewriting Drush, Greg teaches people to dance as an improv performer at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair.
He also shares some excellent tips for getting started on your first drush plugin, and how to get in the routine of cutting the internet cord every night.
Mike Anello tells us what he's learned after 8 years of the DrupalEasy podcast, the value of community training, and how he relaxes away from the screen.
If you missed his Drupal 8 configuration management training at BADCamp, you can catch it at DrupalCamp Atlanta. DrupalEasy is also teaming up with Pantheon to deliver a 6 week course "Mastering Professional Drupal Developer Workflows with Pantheon."
It doesn't matter who you are or how long you've working in the industry, you are a human, and that means you have tasty braaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiinnns! Ugh, excuse me. I mean, you've probably made a mistake. Members of the community share their scariest moments in the industry, from deleting large sections of a web server, to building Drupal sites in Flash.
Guests include Thom Toogood, Greg Anderson, Mike Anello, Jen Witkowski, Jim Birch, Kris Vanderwater, Rick Manelius, Angie Byron and Chris Albrecht.
Adam takes a few minutes at BADCamp to explain about the world of open data and the amazing ways it can be used. He dishes about CivicActions's recent acquisition of the DKAN Project, gives us a rundown on the Drupal community compared to other communities in the open data sphere, and gives us a hint of things to look out for if the internet goes down. Hint, it involves coffee, beer, and delicious food.
Chris Teitzel of Cellar Door Media gives us a preview of Security Saturday at BadCamp 2017 and provides some great tips for securing your website. He tells us why we should always say yes to the community; you never know where it's going to lead.
Chris also shares some amazing stories about bringing a Drupal-based communications tool developed from the DrupalCon Denver Tropo Hackathon, to Haiti in 2012 to help with relief efforts after their devastating 2010 earthquake.