Posted by Angela Byron on Aug 13, 2014
Back in February at the Acquia Build Week hackathon, Team "Upgrade Roboto" (webchick, Wim Leers, Gábor Hojtsy, xjm, japerry, and estha) published the Drupal Module Upgrader project.
Posted by Adam Bergstein on Aug 12, 2014
If you're doing Drupal development, having a local sandbox is a necessity. Why? No one should be making untested changes on a production or staging server. And, a development server should be free of initial development errors where the developer should execute a small set of engineering tests...
Posted by Kim Beaudin on Aug 05, 2014
Originally posted on Yellow Pencil's blog. Follow @kimbeaudin on Twitter
Posted by Adam Malone on Aug 04, 2014
We all know Varnish is awesome. I went as far as presenting a topic on Varnish then writing about it. This is a known fact.
Posted by Adam Bergstein on Jul 30, 2014
In a previous job, I had a boss that I really admired. He's near the end of his career and his experience had made him wise. He was humble, but would chime in as needed. One of my favorites was his ability to bust out short one-liners that would hit the nail on the head. Around the water cooler, we...
Posted by Kris Vanderwater on Jul 28, 2014
Acquia is constantly working to improve our service offerings, and that means cleaning up existing features and adding new ones that we know will make a big difference in people’s workflow for the better. Despite the scale of some of these improvements, they’re not always immediately visible at...
Posted by Dave Hall on Jul 24, 2014
Cross-posted with permission from Dave Hall Consulting The Acquia Cloud API makes it easy to manage sites on the platform. The API allows you to perform many administrative tasks including creating, destroying and copying databases, deploying code, managing domains and copying files.
Posted by Adam Bergstein on Jul 23, 2014
Cross-posted with permission from nerdstein The Migrate module is, hands down, the defacto way to migrate content in Drupal. The only knock against it, is the learning curve. All good things come to those who take the time and learn it.
Posted by Les Peabody on Jul 22, 2014
Cross-posted with permission from Genuine InteractiveLes is a web applications engineer at Genuine Interactive. He is a frequent Drupal community contributor. Genuine’s PHP team works on projects in a range of industries from CPG, B2B, financial services, and more.
Posted by Rachel Sherman on Jul 21, 2014
Cross-posted with permission from OHO.com