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There has been much discussion in the last few years of "web apps".
After my last post, a number of people asked if I was leaving Drupal all together. Perish the thought.
Today is the end of an era. After just over ten and a half years, this is my last day with Palantir.net.
Three years ago, I ended 2012 with a call to the Drupal community to Get Off the Island.
Two weeks ago (hey, I've been busy and trying to sleep for once), after 1716 days of work by more than 3312 people the Drupal community finally released
A few weeks ago I gave a keynote presentation at PNW PHP in Seattle.
In case you hadn't heard yet, Drupal 8 RC 1 is out. And there has been much rejoicing!
Periodically, there is a complaint that PHP conferences are just "the same old faces". That the PHP community is insular and is just a good ol' boys club, elitist, and so forth.
As most who have met me know, building collaborative communities is a minor passion of mine.
As 2014 draws to a close, I look back at the year and realize... holy crap I traveled a lot! I hadn't actually done a fully tally yet, but here's the full rundown: