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How I work on Drupal
RT @DrupalSAM: I wrote a bit about how I work on #Drupal.org
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RT : A little boy just screamed down the tube carriage “if you’re happy and you know it clap your hands” and everyone re…
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RT : “There’s only XX and XY! Biology 101!”

Viable chromosome variations:

XXY: 1 in 500+ people
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Quite a bit easier to achieve that if there’s no infrastructure and barely an economy in that place of cou…
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RT : 'Contact Theory’ says that interpersonal contact leads to the reduction of prejudice between members of different g…
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Hijacking Drupal admin accounts using REST
Did you know you used to be able to change Entity IDs? 😱 Just wrote about it in a new security blog post:
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RT : Identified 15 issues that should lead to a first beta of the module for 8. Feel free to jump in!…
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RT : Your project can have awesome release notes, too. 😎 Learn how to use 's CLI for generating ours on…
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Yep. I said “in design”, but meant “in general”! Brain fart :)

Software/frameworks/libraries do…
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Similarly, asking about failure modes of software is the better way to assess software!
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RT : One of my new favorite questions to ask researchers/authors:

"What are the main ways people misunderstand your the…
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Drupal 8 book idea:
"Drupal 8 insanely in-depth"

$book = new Book();
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RT : The fifth hyperfactorial: 5⁵ × 4⁴ × 3³ × 2² × 1¹ = 86400000 milliseconds is exactly 1 day!
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RT : Excellent primer on the looming adtech crash, which is being triggered by the enforcement of GDPR. The most importa…
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RT : 403 responses to REST PATCH requests now specify the reason for disallowing PATCHing a field
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Oh yes! I have some of those in Dutch. I could recommend you some fascinating En…
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RT : It’s true: I’ve never backed a crowdfunding campaign before. But today, a very special project went live that made…
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RT : "Wat houdt er ons tegen om het rookverbod uit te breiden naar events, het terras, perron, sportveld, bedrijfsterrei…
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Two big milestones in API-First Drupal | Wim Leers
Two big milestones in API-First Drupal I read this blog post twice, that is how much I enjoyed it. /cc
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Colin Steele's Blog, 60,000% growth in 7 months using Clojure and AWS

This led to Decision Two. Because the data set is small, we can “bake in” the entire content database into a version of our software. Yep, you read that right. We build our software with an embedded instance of Solr and we take the normalized, cleansed, non-relational database of hotel inventory, and jam that in as well, when we package up the application for deployment.
Egads, Colin! That’s wrong! Data is data and code is code!
We earn several benefits from this unorthodox choice. First, we eliminate a significant point of failure - a mismatch between code and data. Any version of software is absolutely, positively known to work, even fetched off of disk years later, regardless of what godawful changes have been made to our content database in the meantime. Deployment and configuration management for differing environments becomes trivial.
Second, we achieve horizontal shared-nothing scalabilty in our user-facing layer. That’s kinda huge. Really huge.
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Docker is the dangerous gamble which we will regret | Smash Company

And as near as I can tell, this is 100% why Docker is winning. Forget all the nonsense you read about Docker making deployment or security or orchestration easier. It doesn’t. But it is emerging as a standard, something a person can learn at one company and then take to another company. It isn’t messy and ad-hoc the way a custom bash script would be. And that is the real argument in favor of Docker. Whether it can live up to that promise is the gamble.
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RT : It’s terrifying that both of these things are true at the same time in this world:

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Looks like JSONAPI is getting closer and closer to being added to core. Well done to and the rest…
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RT : We're launching our native Slack integration today.

Slack are shutting down their own IRC…
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RT : New type of display seen in Hong Kong
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