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New Year's Resolutions: Drupal Edition

by Mediacurrent Team
December 18, 2014

Lose weight. Eat better. Run a 5K. Travel more. These are resolutions we all make year after year. But this year, we challenged our team to think outside the box and inside the drop. Now that 2014 has come and gone, and we prepare to countdown to 2015, we asked our team what they are looking to accomplish in Drupal in the New Year.

“Get more of my modules out for D8.” - Andrew Riley

"Push the limits of what Mediacurrent can do with Drupal." - Brad MacDonald 

"My goals for 2015: Get up to speed on D8 (have lots training materials, yay continuing education!), port all of my modules and have a 1.0 release." - Damien McKenna 

"A real one for me would be to release more modules publicly. I guess to be more specific, find more problems that need solved and solve them by releasing a contrib module to the community" - David Younker

"You know the usual... Eat better, workout more, lose 20 lines of code..." - Mark Casias

"For me, it's learn Drupal 8 and port Advanced Forum and Author Pane to it." - Michelle Cox 

"Resolution: Build something with headless Drupal and a JS MVC... And get more t-shirts." - Zack Hawkins

"D8." - Rob McBryde 

"One of the things I'd like to accomplish at DrupalCon 2015 is to speak on behalf of Mediacurrent.  I think this will be very challenging and intimidating and that's exactly the reasons why I want to do it. Also, I want to learn more about Drupal 8 and in particular Theming with Twig." - Mario Hernandez

Here at Mediacurrent, we're all about helping people reach their goals through our Drupal expertise and resources. So what is your Drupal New Year's Resolution and how can we help you make them a reality? Let us know in the comments what you'd like to see more of on our blog in 2015!

Additional Resources

Why You Should Speak at Tech Conferences | Mediacurrent Blog Post
10 Things I Wish I Knew About Drupal 2 Years Ago | Mediacurrent Blog Post
Resource Guide to Drupal 8 | Mediacurrent Blog Post

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