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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Mar 25, 2014

Back in August 2013, I wrote the original version of this article on my Drupal Gardens blog.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Feb 20, 2014

Whether you are just moving to Drupal or upgrading to a new version of Drupal, if you are starting with an existing website, you are facing the same problem: Your migration timeline.

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Posted by Cameron Tod at Acquia on Feb 13, 2014

In my previous post, I wrote about how multisite is a powerful mechanism for code management.

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Posted by Cameron Tod at Acquia on Feb 5, 2014

Drupal has a fantastically useful feature called Multisite - it allows you to serve many sites from a single Drupal

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jan 15, 2014

Cross-posted with permission from iKOS.com

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Oct 28, 2013

Problem at hand!

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Oct 3, 2013

Much of the community is focusing on the improvements to Drupal 8 under the hood.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Sep 30, 2013

(Cross-posted from DigitalBungalow.com)

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Sep 17, 2013

A short time ago I published a presentation I gave at DrupalACT entitled

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Sep 12, 2013

Over the years, we have seen Drupal adoption grow tremendously world-wide.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Aug 23, 2013

Note: Last update April 28, 2014

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jul 31, 2013

(The below blog is part of the Drupal Meets MySQL blog series by Michael Benshoof, MySQL Consultant @ Percona and Andrew Kenney, VP Platform En

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jul 26, 2013

When it comes to building Drupal sites with a team of developers, there's perhaps nothing more important than establishing a productive workflow.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jun 13, 2013
This post is part of the "All you need to know to become a great Drupal developer" blog series.
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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jun 7, 2013

The Migrate module provides services for migrating data from various sources (other CMS frameworks, external web services, or other Drupal installations) into the local Drupal environment. It has been used to migrate sites such as The Economist, Examiner.com, Stanford Law School, and PayPal and eBay's developer forums (x.com) to Drupal.

Migrate 2.6 is now in beta. Today I will cover some of the most significant changes at the framework level, for those who have been developing their data migrations using Migrate 2.5 and earlier. There have also been significant UI changes, and the introduction of a framework for implementing wizard-style UIs for defining migrations, which will be covered in future posts.

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