Drupal finally using OOP

Finally. This is a huge step forward for Drupal. After eschewing OOP practices for a long time, its finally winning over core developers, which will make working with Drupal as a Framework easier in many ways. I copied the announcement below, but you can see that patch and discussion here. This patch is about to be committed. …

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Web Design is Evolving

I may be a bit late to the party with this observation, but web design is finally evolving. Mobile phones and tablets have freed us from having to use a laptop or desktop to use the web. Using HTML and CSS, designers can now use media queries to control how a site appears on different …

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What’s in your Project Management toolbox?

Matthew at DogStar describes his PM toolbox today, The Project Management Tool Box | Opensource, Nonprofits, and Web 2.0.  It’s a detailed and well organized list, and I think reflects a very practical approach. The first thing that strikes me, is the overwhelming amount of tools available to the would-be PM.  Certainly, there is no lack …

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From Facebook to Drupal slides

I had a great time attending and presenting at CapitalCampDC this year, and look forward to doing it again.  I talked about how we are using Facebook applications to run contests at D.C. United.  You can view the slides at the link below.