Understanding community changes


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Understanding community changes

I know. This course is about software, about bits and bytes and 1s and 0s, and technically that's all software is. But in reality the community that supports software is at least as important as the code itself. Community defines whether software will keep up with the times and whether you can get help when something goes wrong, and whether you'll be able to find a job with your software skills. Code without community is like a car without roads. It might hum beautifully but it can't go anywhere. But fortunately Drupal's community is one of the most active of any software project on earth.

Let's look at some of the ways that it's grown since Drupal 6 was released and where it's going. One thing hasn't changed since Drupal 6. The place to get all of your news about the Drupal community is on drupal. org, which I've loaded up right here. It looks, well, exactly the same as when Drupal 6 was released. At least on the day I'm making this video. You wouldn&#...

Understanding community changes
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Understanding community changes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Tom Geller as part of the Drupal 7 New Features

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