Drupal, Responsive Design and Armour Hot Dogs...

Apr 12, 2012 8:22:00 AM Clint
Remember the terrible Armour Hot Dogs theme song? "Fat kids, skinny kids, kids who climb on rocks..." Utterly poor choice for an advertisement, but conceptually useful when talking about the concept of Responsive Design for building websites. If you have been too busy debugging IE compatibility or perhaps are limited to using the Chinese version of Google, then maybe you haven't heard about this ...


Tags: Drupal DrupalCon Responsive Design Mobile First

Improving Dev Cloud Drush Aliases to Improve Workflow

Apr 11, 2012 4:44:00 PM Russell
Yesterday I went over how to import an existing Drupal Git repository into Acquia Dev Cloud without losing its history, which was great for setting up our existing codebases, but I still ran into a bit of a problem I didn’t like with getting the existing Drupal databases imported into a remote Dev Cloud instance.


Tags: Drupal Acquia Dev Cloud Howto Drush

Moving an Existing Drupal Git Repository into Acquia Dev Cloud without Losing History

Apr 10, 2012 8:49:00 AM Russell
UPDATE: Although this method works, there is a much simpler way to bring existing Git repositories into Dev Cloud without losing history. Check out the newer post about using git-subtree for more information. That post supersedes this one.


Tags: Acquia Dev Cloud Howto git

DrupalCon Denver Delivered

Mar 30, 2012 10:22:00 AM Clint
So I went to DrupalCon this year and have to say it was quite a blast! I knew I'd make a lot of connections in the Drupal community and get exposed to a lot of the directions Drupal is going, but I didn't realize how much exposure I'd get to the latest trends in general (non drupal specific) web development using the latest technologies. I expanded my understanding of the Mobile ...


Tags: DrupalCon Responsive Design

Mentored Drupal Video Training at ASU

Mar 10, 2012 9:00:00 AM Matt
Come and Learn Drupal at Your Own Pace, Mentored by Local Drupal Experts. We’ll even provide lunch so you can keep on networking and learning. Unlike traditional workshops, instead of spending the full day in lectures, each student will work at their own pace through a set of comprehensive, focused training videos covering one or more of three broad areas of Drupal skill sets: Site ...


Drupal Camp Phoenix 2011

Nov 12, 2011 9:00:00 AM Matt
Drupal Camp Phoenix is a two-day conference organized by professional Drupal organizations to promote and advance the Drupal community in Arizona and the Southwest region. Anyone who is interested in learning about Drupal or expanding his or her skills is encouraged to attend. Ashday helped sponsor the 2011 Drupal Camp Phoenix, with Russell Keppner serving as one of the emcees and presenting two ...


Drupal Code Camp 2011.2

Nov 5, 2011 9:00:00 AM Matt
Desert Code Camp is a developer community conference of sorts, where developers come to learn from their peers. Individual Ashday team members have attended in the past, but this year we got more involved. At the second Desert Code Camp held in 2011, Ashday’s lead Drupal developer Russell Keppner presented a session titled Leverage Your PHP Skills with Drupal, explaining why programmers should ...