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Mediacurrent Dropcast: Episode 11

This episode, we prattle on for quite some time. We go over the results from The Weekly Drop’s customer survey, and talk about multi-site Drupal and the Paragraph and Inline Entity Form modules in the Pro Project Pick. As always we review some of Mediacurrent's great blog posts, review the latest Drupal 8 News, and stagger home with the Final(ish) Bell.


Episode 11 Audio Download Link

Updates:

Mediacurrent Blog Mentions:

  • ‘Working From Home, a Year Later’  by Mario Hernandez - Senior Front End Developer

    • Key factors for success - Creating a Routine, Communication, Activities, Time Tracking, Dedicated work space, & Culture  

    • WFH is not for everybody; requires discipline and focus

  • Contrib Committee Status Review for August, 2015  by Damien McKenna - Lead Drupal Architect

    • Mediacurrent proud to contribute to open source Drupal with focus on D8

    • Client Sponsored work - Mark has continued his work on the Rules UI port for D8

    • Self-Directed Contribution - developers such as Paul McKibben have been working on D8 

    • Events - 5th Drupal Camp (Asheville, NC) - a number of MC folks presented

  • Visit the Mediacurrent blog for more informative blogs including Dropcast episodes.

Article / Interview

MailDrop:

Pro Project Pick:

This week in Drupal 8:

The Final Bell:

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Meet team member, Markie Casias

Mark brings a fifteen year programming background and six years of Drupal experience to his role as Senior Drupal Developer at Mediacurrent. Highly involved in his local web community, Mark runs the ABQ Webgeeks Group and started the Albuquerque Drupal Users group.

A former radio personality, Mark switched careers to become a programmer when he realized he could have a fun job and eat. (No seriously, kids, radio pays horribly). But as a nod to his days as in radio, Mark hosts the bi-weekly Mediacurrent Dropcast show and the Friday 5 video seriesPrior to Mediacurrent, Mark first dove into Drupal to convert dreamincode.net to a better CMS than it had. Through that he was sent to Do It With Drupal in New Orleans, where he met the great people of the community. From that point, he was hooked. 

Mark resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When not in front of the computer, he enjoys playing hockey, tennis, and a good craft beer- not necessarily in that order.

 

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