You can go a long way using Drupal core, contributed modules and themes. But just how far? Let's find out.
After a three month break, John, Nic and I recorded a Talking Drupal episode.
I cut the cord two days before Thanksgiving. 2018 is a few days away and all is good.
A few months ago my cable bill increased by $32.83 a month. In talking with Cox Communication, I learned the increase was because 12 months had passed. My services hadn't changed, but the discount “to make it seem cheap at the start” had expired. I wasn't under contract, so I was free to make a change.
On a recent episode of Talking Drupal, my Drupal podcast, co-host John Picozzi (@johnpicozzi) mentioned he is using Homebrew and Cask to setup his new MacBook Pro. Homebrew is a package manager for macOS and Cask extends Homebrew by allowing applications to be installed from the command line. For example, the command below will install Chrome.
Always the first post... Hello World