All RPGs and Storygames by Tod Foley are now available at DrivethruRPG and RPGnow. Bring these games to your table!
We'd like to introduce the Fall, 2107 graduates of Drupal Career Online (DCO), DrupalEasy's exclusive 12-week, live online Drupal training program. This is our 11th graduating class and the first of our recently updated all Drupal 8 curriculum.
Class members include (from top, left):
- Michael Anello (instructor)
- Adrian Nolt
- Lisa Streeter
- Jared Nolt
- John MacDonald
- Steve Versteeg
- Alona Kotliar
- Evrim Campbell
- Donald Sangster
- Madeeha Kahn (not pictured)
While many of this semester's graduates have pre-existing full-time jobs, several are aspiring Drupal contractors and consultants, so if you're looking for a junior level Drupal developer or intern, don't hesitate to let us know.
This semester's class included Drupal 7 site builders looking to learn Drupal 8 workflows and module development, a WordPress developer and a self-taught Drupal 8 developer looking to learn best practices, as well as several Drupal hobbyists looking to learn professional development techniques.
Our always-being-updated curriculum dropped support for Drupal 7 with this most recent class. The curriculum now teaches Drupal 8 best practices around using Composer to manage site codebases, Drupal Console for module development, and proper use of Drupal's settings.php and settings.local.php files.
The next semester of Drupal Career Online begins March 26 - learn more about it.
We're also offering our Mastering Professional Drupal Developer Workflows with Pantheon class starting February 27. This 6-week, 3 half-day per week, live online class is for those with previous Drupal development experience who are looking to learn professional Drupal 8 workflows focusing on Composer and Pantheon. In addition, there are dedicated lessons about Drupal information architecture, using Search API and Solr, and utilizing advanced Pantheon hosting features.
Join the Heist: The Story of a Burglar named Burgal and the Game he Starred in (Part 1) - by Blair Pyle
Apache Solr is a powerful search engine used by many of the largest websites on the planet. It's highly customizable, alowing you to configure content catalogs and search results by any content datasource (such as title, brand, colour, price, keyword, taxonomy, etc.). You can also assign priority levels to each datasource so that your users are more likely to find the content that they're looking for right away.
Our Urban Hipster Drupal Commerce 2 demo site uses Solr for product catalog functionality and as a product search. In this Acro Media Tech Talk video, we'll show you how you can make a new datasources searchable to your users.
We've built this demo site to show the adaptability of the Drupal Commerce platform. Most of what you see is out-of-the-box functionality combined with expert configuratoin and theming.Urban Hipster Commerce 2 Demo site
This video was created using the Urban Hipster Commerce 2 demo site. We've built this site to show the adaptability of the Drupal 8, Commerce 2 platform. Most of what you see is out-of-the-box functionality combined with expert configuratoin and theming.
- High Five video: How Drupal Commerce 2.x Handles Catalog Functionality
- Blog: Better Drupal Ecommerce Search with Apache Solr
- Learn more about us: www.acromedia.com