Here is the video of our DrupalCon Barcelona 2015 talk "Coding with Rules for Drupal 8".
Here are the slides and the video of our DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 talk "Cracking Drupal".
This is a cross post to the "ah-ha moment regarding sexism in tech" discussion on groups.drupal.org.
I have never been devalued because of my gender, that's why I was long blind to sexism and feminism. I thought this topic has been solved since 1920 when women were allowed to vote in Austria.
Here is the video of my Drupalcamp Vienna 2013 talk "Cracking Drupal".
I upgraded my local computer to Ubuntu 13.10 today and revisited my Drupal development environment (this guide is also available for Ubuntu 12.04). 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 There is also Drubuntu, but it is outdated and does way too much magic in my opinion.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!).
Here is the video of our DrupalCon Prague 2013 talk "REST and serialization in Drupal 8".
Here is the video of our DrupalCon Portland 2013 talk "REST and serialization in Drupal 8".
Producing a demo video for my DrupalCon Portland presentation caused a bit frustration with video editing tools, so here is a simple solution to cut and convert a video on Ubuntu.
I wrote a brief status update of what is going on in the Drupal project application issue queue lately. Read more at groups.drupal.org.
I posted a status report on g.d.o on the work that has been going into the Restful Web Services module for Drupal 8. I would like to thank Acquia and epiqo again who have extended their sponsorship so that I can get further things done in the Drupal 8 feature completion phase.