There is a lot of discussion around the amount of money that is inside the tech industry. Although there is money to be made it is not without the trials and tribulations of selling software. This is my story of selling my first application and some of the lessons learnt. Although this was not my first built application, it was the first application that I built without request from clients.
A quick note this week on a potentially useful contrib module that's got me out of a jam. I've been trying to find a way to populate a select box on a Drupal webform with a list of node titles. Basically what I wanted was something like an entity reference field for webforms.
Mailchimp is a fantastic service that makes creating and sending HTML emails fast and easy. Mandrill, Mailchimp's transactional email API, can be used to send lovely HTML emails straight from Drupal, but it needs a bit of configuring. So I thought a blog post was in order.
1. Install the Mail System, Mailchimp and Mandrill Drupal projects
When building a new website, SEO can sometimes be a bit of an afterthought, coming in after design, user experience, functionality, and a host of other considerations. This is a bit strange really, given that if you're not getting eyeballs to your site, all the rest of it counts for nothing!
We're starting some exciting new Drupal projects for customers over the next few weeks, so we thought we'd take the opportunity to share with everybody what contributed modules we're downloading for all our new sites, and why. The Will Hall Online Drupal starter kit, if you like.
Without further ado, then: