The Drupal NYC Camp (pronounced "Nice Camp") took place the weekend of July 12-15th at the NYU Kimmel Center.

I recently discovered that Star Trek the next generation is on Netflix, of course that means watching the whole series from the begining.

The Fifth annual Design 4 Drupal conference was held at the MIT Sata Center over the weekend of June 22nd and 23rd and is one of the only front-end, design and UX specific Drupal conferences.

One of the things I like the most about Drupal is the community and how everyone can voice their opinion. Take for instance the latest blog post by Dries Buytaert (the creator of Drupal).

I have attended Drupalcon for the past three years, and in that time I have learned that the experience can be bucketed into three sections; the community, the sessions and the city. I was happy to discover that Drupalcon Portland was no exception.

All this week I am in Denver attending the 2012 Drupalcon, and I am doing my best to blog about all that I learn.  The core of drupal is of course the open source of knowledge.

My first session of Drupalcon run by Jeff Eaton,  sadly was stripped of all burrito analogies. But, lucky it was not stripped of great information about how the "Drupal Stack" is layered.

For a recent project I needed to be able to read POST arguments sent from Backbone.js into my PHP code. The arguments however are not retrievable from the PHP global variable $_POST, which is how you would typically assume to retrieve POST arguments.

As part of my job, from time to time I am responsible for building custom WordPress plugins for client sites. One of the biggest pains of building a plugin (besides the miss-mash of resources/tutorials on how to build one) is theming the output.

So my last post, I mostly went through the process of how Drunken Stumblee was built and competing in the boston ha