Want to make visiting your website a dynamic and enriching experience? If you're out in Berkley, California this weekend, stop by BADcamp to see Volacci's CEO Ben Finklea lead an amazing session titled, "Building Dynamic Visitor Experiences with Drupal Rules, Tokens, and Actions."
If you're out in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend, stop by Drupal Camp Atlanta 2013 to see Volacci's CEO Ben Finklea lead an amazing session titled, "Building Dynamic Visitor Experiences with Drupal Rules, Tokens, and Actions." Who should attend this session? This session is designed for developers, site builders, and marketers who have embraced the "Drupal Way". It assumes knowledge of Drupal admin, installing modules, and basic configuration tasks. It is helpful if you understand how Rules and Tokens work but not necessary.
The holiday season is here and there is much to cheer about in the Drupal community. Drupal Version 7.0 is flirting with release and is on its last beta (read on for more details). Important dates and deadlines are suddenly approaching for DrupalCon Chicago 2011... yeah, that fast. If you want to host a session, you'd better check out the dates below.
Over the past several Fridays, I have been publishing Drupal SEO 'how-to' posts instead of the Drupal SEO news some of you love and crave. Well, there have been a few major developments within the community that I cannot go without sharing; So much so that I came here today to inform rather than drop a few nuggets of Drupal 'how-to' knowledge on you.
So join me after the jump and catch up on a few news-worthy conversations buzzing around the Drupal community. You can even get involved. Gotta love Drupal!
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August is always an exciting time of year. School gets back in session, last summer vacations and road trips are usually squeezed in, and the international DrupalCon takes the stage. This year its in Denmark: DrupalCon Copenhagen. If you don't have tickets, you better get them very soon! Because it's next weekend... see ya'll there!
I have never once been tempted to steal hood ornaments, but this one sure does give rise to the nerd in me. How awesome would it be to have the hood ornament above, accompanied by a horn that blasted "these aren't the droids we're looking for" when some blue-tooth-wearing crazy driver cuts you off in rush hour traffic! But I digress.
DrupalCon Copenhagen will be here before you know it, so get your tickets if you haven't already. Rumor has it the price may go up soon... Please read on for more in This Week in Drupal SEO News.
As you can see from the photo above, Volacci's DrupliPet found itself amongst a wide array of friends this week. Our eccentric and often times culturally-obscure Content Manager babysat DrupliPet on his desk, and exposed him to a slew of vinyl characters, action figures, and PEZ dispensers. Let's just say we lost a week of training with the DrupliPet... but I digress.
The Drupal community has certainly been busy this week: Drupal's iPhone App was released, Drupad, Drupal Gardens was released in open beta, and Dries gave an intriguing interview at the Open Source Convention in Portland, with remarks concerning the Drupal 7 beta and full releases. Join me after the jump for: This Week in Drupal SEO News.
If any ounce of your body is infected with "nerd" than you are aware that Comic-Con is currently underway at the San Diego Convention Center - conveniently where this photo was taken. What you are looking at is a trolley sign outside of the Comic-Con. Can't read it? Try busting out your Klingon Translator. That's right, in order to avoid any unnecessary discrimination lawsuits and (inevitable) bloodshed, the trolley signs outside the center has been translated to Klingon. Not only am I proud to be a Trekkie right now, but very proud that nerds are rising up to certain level of awesomeness that can only be measured in light years. But I digress. Good news for all you Drupal fans. Join me after the jump for DrupalCon Copenhagen sessions, news for the drupal.org redesign, and a experimental and historical video contest of sorts called "Life In A Day".
I hope everyone had a wonderful and patriotic 4th of July! It's been another eventful week in the world: A dynamite basketball trio takes Miami by storm, Spain and The Netherlands make it to their first World Cup Final, and the United States is conducting their first spy swap with Russia in decades. Now its back to business as (un)usual here at Volacci.
This week Drupal Gardens received yet another update, featuring some improved SEO features. The Mollom module was also very busy over the holiday weekend, and a very intriguing new cinematic experiment was officially launched this week. Join me after the jump for this week in Drupal SEO news.
Happy 4th of July Weekend! One of my favorite smelling holidays of the year: burning charcoal, cooking meat, freshly cut grass, chlorine and sunscreen, ice cream and pie, melting ice... I’m fresh off a patriotic injection a la Landon Donovan, and feeling like fireworks should happen every single day. But maybe not this year.
The summer slammed the Northern Hemisphere and Hurricane Alex slammed the Texas coast this week. While it appears to have been just a good practice run for most of the coastal residents, we are still glad to get the rain here in Austin.
Join me after the jump for DrupalCon Copenhagen training sessions, why you need to give a dollar to the Pilot Program, and how Google is now delivering your news.