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Last night (my time) I got the good news over twitter:
— Marc Drummond (@MarcDrummond) October 7, 2015
That’s right, Drupal 8 has it’s first release. But what does that mean? Is it done? Can I start using it yet? What kind of changes are coming? Will dawehner get to sleep, at last?
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Before I say anything… DRUPAL 8 IS RC1!!! Great work to all the contributors that poured themselves into it to get it “done when it’s ready”. It’s looking like a really solid platform to build on down the road. Now..
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If you're a Drupal developer, there's a good chance that at some point you've done a search for "Programmatically attach files to a node in Drupal 7" or similar. I know I've done the search repeatedly, as while it's a common enough task it involves just a bit too much code to not be retained by my long term memory.