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Posts tagged with: Code Driven Development

Andrea Pescetti
24 Aug 2011
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Andrea Pescetti
24 Aug 2011
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Andrea Pescetti, 24 Aug 2011 - 5 Comments
Our presentation at DrupalCon London 2011

Our DrupalCon London 2011 presentation Building and Maintaining a Distribution in Drupal 7 with Features can be found as a Slideshare embed below; you can also find the final slides in PDF format on the session page on the DrupalCon site or attached to this post.

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Andrea Pescetti
25 Mar 2011
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Andrea Pescetti
25 Mar 2011
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Andrea Pescetti, 25 Mar 2011 - 2 Comments
From our DrupalCon Chicago training

Our Code-Driven Development with Features training in Chicago was a very interesting experience for us: people with different levels of Drupal expertise were able to appreciate the benefits of code-driven development and the most experienced attendees managed to experiment with the

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Andrea Pescetti
13 Jan 2011
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Andrea Pescetti
13 Jan 2011
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A preview of the Nuvole pre-conference training in Chicago

With the DrupalCon Chicago 2011 registrations going at full speed (early bird deadline expires tomorrow, hurry up!) we are receiving questions from people who are considering to sign-up for the Code-driven Development: Use Features Effectively pre-conference training by Nuvole.

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Antonio De Marco
17 Dec 2010
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Antonio De Marco
17 Dec 2010
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Make your Open Atrium behave as you want, the code-driven way

Open Atrium comes, out of the box, with a rather complete set of features which allow to bootstrap a functional intranet solution in a few minutes. Still, to be actually usable in a real life context, an Open Atrium installation must be adapted to each organization's needs and structure.

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Antonio De Marco
3 Nov 2010
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Antonio De Marco
3 Nov 2010
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Pre-conference training by Nuvole about Code-driven Development

Nuvole was selected as a trainer for the DrupalCon Chicago 2011 pre-conference training day! In a full-day training aimed at Drupal developers we will show how to improve the Drupal development workflow, especially regarding traceability of changes, smooth upgrade of production sites and distributed team workflow, by using code-driven development techniques and Features.

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Andrea Pescetti
24 Aug 2010
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Andrea Pescetti
24 Aug 2010
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Nuvole presentation at DrupalCon Copenhagen 2010

Nuvole is going to present and discuss its development workflow, entirely based on code and Features, at the DrupalCon Copenhagen 2010 in a few minutes! Please find it as a Slideshare embed below, or attached in PDF format.

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Antonio De Marco
11 Jul 2010
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Antonio De Marco
11 Jul 2010
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What code driven development is all about.

At Nuvole the adoption of a code driven development has completely revolutionized our working flow making it more maintainable, solid and scalable. Projects like Features and Chaos tool suite are at the heart of it, even though a lot depends still on how actually you are going to use them: good code conventions (see the Kit project), well defined features boundaries and other good practices can really make the difference at the end of the day.

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Antonio De Marco
5 Jul 2010
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Antonio De Marco
5 Jul 2010
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Meet hook_install() and hook_update_N()

The Features module is great for keeping configuration in code, with just a few clicks you can bundle your settings together and be sure that changes will be tracked and safely dumped to code at the next feature update. However, often you will want to share other kinds of modifications with your team. Imagine you suddenly need to add a Taxonomy vocabulary or to enable a couple of modules your feature will be dependent on. Since your team's workflow is completely 100% database free, you cannot pass those changes by simply sharing your database. Still, you need to push those changes to other developers, who already enabled the feature you have been modifying in their development environment. How do you do that?

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Antonio De Marco
28 May 2010
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Antonio De Marco
28 May 2010
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Antonio De Marco, 28 May 2010 - 3 Comments
Sharing tips and best practices.

Yesterday night the first "Code Driven Development" meet-up took place at the Krimson office in Antwerp (Belgium). Around 30 people were attending the meeting, most of them to learn more about this new "hype". Nuvole shared its experience in the field presenting "First Steps in Code Driven Development", both an introduction and a collection of tips and examples for a quick start.

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Antonio De Marco
24 May 2010
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Antonio De Marco
24 May 2010
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Introducing #codepower

Building a website using Drupal is essentially about tuning and extending its core functionalities to meet the project's specific requirements. During its development phase we create content types with CCK, display them using Views and extend the basic functionalities by setting up contributed modules.

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