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ADOM II: Legends of Ancardia (powered by JADE): The new map of the Draka...
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Achieving Continuous Integration with Drupal | Linux Journal
In the early 1990s, my first job out of college was as a software engineer at a startup company. We were building a commercial product using
Drupal Commerce Surveys | How do you use products and product variations?
Which of the following product display data models have you implemented? ✻. Single product per product display. Several product variations p
Toward HyperDrupal: Maturing REST on Drupal | DrupalCon Prague 2013
Most web developers are familiar with the concept of REST, an API design paradigm built on the same protocol that drives the web - HTTP. We
Experienced Ecommerce Developer Integrates Relify Product Recommendation...
Ryan Szrama discusses how his integration of the Relify API product recommendations for Drupal eCommerce increases value for Drupal features
The Humble Introversion Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)
Pay what you want for 6 awesome games, and help support two charities. All of the games are DRM-free and support Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Drupal Commerce | professional e-commerce on Drupal
Skip to Main Content Area. Home. Drupal Commerce professional e-commerce on Drupal. User Guide; FAQ; Development. Specifications. Core syste
OSTalks Episode 6 - Ryan Szrama from Commerce Guys - OSTraining
Welcome to the sixth episode of OSTalks, our new video podcast series. Our aim with OSTalks is to present conversations with interesting peo
A Look at Commerce Kickstart 2 for Drupal E-commerce - OSTraining
We first blogged about Drupal Commerce in late 2011. Since then, there have been some huge changes in the Drupal Commerce world. Drupal Comm
"Great Games transcend Technology": An Interview with a CRPGAddict | Vid...
Since his project's inception in 2010, Chester (who, by the way, keeps his real name a secret) has documented 75 games, starting with Akalab