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ThinkShout: The Clutter and the Deceptively Simple

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 by drupalroot

2015 is poised to be a great year for nonprofit technology and the adoption of digital tools to advance the causes we love. While I can’t say that I see too many groundbreaking innovations on the immediate horizon, I do believe that this will be a year of implementation and refinement. Building upon trends that we saw arise last year in the consumer industry and private sector, 2015 will be the year that many nonprofits leap into digital engagement strategies and begin to leverage new tools that will create fundamental change in the way that they interact with their constituencies.

Of course, as always happens when a growing sector first embraces new tools, the nonprofit technology world will see more than its fair share of awkward clunkiness this year, mainly as "software as a service" product companies rebrand their offerings for nonprofits and flash shiny objects at the earnest and hungry organizations we all support.

Shomeya: Model Your Data with Drupal and Domain-driven Design

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 by drupalroot

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On of the things I've blogged about recently when talking about my upcoming book Model Your Data with Drupal is domain-driven design. While domain-driven design is important and something that I hope to touch on in the future, I've decided it's too much to cover in one book, and I'm refocusing Model Your Data with Drupal on basic object oriented principles.

If you want to know more about this decision and what will be covered in Model Your Data with Drupal, read on.

Drupal Watchdog: Something Borrowed, Something Drupal

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 by drupalroot
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Drupal 8 represents a radical shift, both technically and culturally, from previous versions. Perusing through the Drupal 8 code base, many parts may be unfamiliar. One bit in particular, though, is especially unusual: A new directory named /core/vendor. What is this mysterious place, and who is vending?

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