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Entity API

[My other notes from DrupalCon Denver]

Which entities are there?

In core, comments, nodes, user accounts, taxonomy terms, feeds.

In addition, contrib modules can define entity types. Modules that define their own entities include Drupal Commerce, Organic groups, Profile2, Heartbeat and Message, and File entity.

With Drupal 7, there is a shift from node-centric modules to entity-centric modules. This is the future for Drupal.

Node.js, JavaScript and the Future of Drupal

These are my notes from the talk at DrupalCon Denver given by Jeff Miccolis. You can follow Jeff on Twitter @miccolis.

This is probably the only talk at Drupalcon where you'll hear the word 'node' a lot.

[Pregnant pause]

I used to work at Development Seed, which was a small consulting shop in Washington, DC and we did a lot of work for governments and NGO. I was most involved with Open Atrium, Features, Context and Strongarm.

Six Essential Drupal Interview Questions

Are you looking to hire a Drupal developer? Do you know how to separate the good Drupal developers from the not-so-snazzy ones?

One of my clients asked me to put together a list of questions to ask prospective Drupal developers to assess their skill set. I came up with six that cover a good swath of the Drupal experience. Spend three minutes on each question, and you'll have a solid 20 minute interview that will tell you a lot about your prospective candidate's Drupal cred.

Speed Up Your Drupal LAMP Stack

These are my notes from a talk at Drupalcamp NYC in December 2011 by Sam Kottler, @samkottler on twitter and skottler on drupal.org.

Let's make the LAMP stack go "Vroom!" This is going to be a really high-level overview of performance.

Benchmarking vs Profiling

When we benchmark something, we're setting a baseline to compare against in the future. We want to say "it was this fast this long ago, and here's how we improved." Whereas profiling is telling what is fast and what is slow.

Apache

Has a lot of parameters you can set; I'll cover some basic ones.

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