Monica Flores has been declared the winner of the recently concluded election to the At-Large position of the Board of Directors of the Drupal Association (DA). She talks to the Drop times about her time with Drupal and her story in tech.
It is extremely problematic to train an AI on code covered by Open Source licenses and then allow people to release this copiloted code without licensing compliance, opines Matt Obert. He was answering a question about pair programming tools in a slack interview by TDT ahead of the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
Coordinator of Drupal Decoupled Menus Initiative and a Senior Technology Consultant at Pantheon, Brian Perry, see framework-agnostic web components as a good fit for Drupal. In this email interview, Brian talks to the Drop Times about his first brush with the community and the Generic Drupal Web Components project.
Whether it’s an eCommerce site with a little bit of content or a content site with a little bit of eCommerce Drupal Commerce allows you to get up and running quickly with standard eCommerce functionality, vouches Kyle Einecker, a Senior Technical Architect at Perficient. TDT talked to him at the onset of the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
A big part of security is related to processes, not code, tells Benji Fisher, a provisional member of Drupal Security Team who works for Fruition. The Drop Times interviews him at the onset of New England Drupal Camp 2022.
“The absolute best feature of Drupal 10, in my opinion, is that we’ve dropped support for Internet Explorer. It opens a lot of doors for the kinds of things we can do in Drupal core,” says Andy Blum to a question asked by The Drop Times. Andy is giving two sessions at NEDCamp 2022.
Interview with NEDCamp speaker Jacob Rockowitz. He is the president of Big Blue House and the maintainer of webform module. His current focus is on making Schema.org as a blueprint for universal content models.