Rust is still very alien to me and I want to write a bit of code in it to get a feeling of the concepts and restrictions it enforces.
What is the appropriate response if a fellow woman pulls you aside and says "Go easy on this code review, she is a woman after all and already gets a lot of shit."? Of course it is "Sure, this will be my friendliest code review ever!".
Here are the slides and the video of our DrupalCon Dublin 2016 talk "Automated Testing: PHPUnit all the way".
Here is the video of my DrupalCon Asia 2016 talk "How to publish a module on drupal.org".
I upgraded my local computer to Ubuntu 15.10 today and revisited my Drupal development environment (this guide is also available for Ubuntu 13.10). Here is a simple and fast guide how to configure Ubuntu for development. There are a number of installation documentation pages on this topic on drupal.org, but they suggest to use the packaged Drupal installation and to run Drupal in subfolders (e.g. http://localhost/drupal6). They also do not cover some other important development tools like Phpmyadmin or php.ini settings. During development we want to edit files and we want to do that somewhere in our home directory to avoid any permission problems. There is also Drubuntu, but it is outdated and does way too much magic in my opinion. So here is a more transparent tutorial that highlights the key development configuration settings for Drupal development on a local computer (do not use this for a production server!).