When discussing the benefits of open-source frameworks (especially Drupal), I've often heard, "But if everyone has access to the source code, how secure can it possibly be?" My standard response would be to discuss the platforms maturity and how it's been hardened by years of real world use.
Sam LaRoe's Blog
If you have ever spent any time around software development, (especially here in Portland with our amazing open-source community) you'll know that the community takes a great deal of interest in the success of others. With Drupal, I have rarely come across another technology that shares the same sense of nearly parental pride from members of the community. When yet another high-profile Drupal site launches, everyone shares in the excitement.
Last night, nearly 90 people packed into The Agency for the official kickoff presentation with the Social Media Club - Portland.
The new year is upon us, and with a fresh install of the calendar comes the opportunity to try and recreate the magic that was DrupalCamp 08.
The inaugural planning session for the this year's camp took place last night
at Rogue Brewing. Thanks to all who took some time out of their day to show up and to Grant K. for getting the ball rolling.
With our new look and feel finally released to the world, I thought I would take a moment to pontificate and see if I couldn't add something of value