Reading about development being code-driven on a software developer's blog is a bit surprising, isn't it? As if development was not all about writing code in this industry. Yet some developers use the term to distinguish their method of building web sites with Drupal.
Would you give $20 for that feature/fix/documentation you've always wanted in a module/theme/distribution?
Thanks to Tony Groff, Agaric has a ticket to DrupalCon Denver to give away to a reader of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 who sends in a story (or picture!) of a favorite use of the 1,110 page book— today!
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There is an important correction to be made to the top-selling Drupal book, the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7.
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