5 Drupal resources you might have missed
So you're a regular at drupal.org, and feel right at home in groups.drupal.org, Drupal Answers is practically your own living room and Google's results on "drupal" is your best friend. Well, have you tried these resources of Drupal knowledge...?
Ever had a great line of code you save and re-use over and over again? Well, you're not alone. Not at all. And with DropBucket you can share this with the rest of the Drupal Community, and get some karma along the way. At DropBucket you can find snippets to use with Drush, making modules, theming, you name it. The service is created by Tim Kamanin (TimOnWeb Drupal developer).
If you're quite new to the wonderful world of modules for Drupal, you might need some guidance before you find yourself knowing which modules to use and when. DrupalModules lets you give a short summary on the different modules you can use for Drupal, review it, grade it and thus helping others. A good place to start is the Module Finder page where you can sarch for modules via name och category.
Drupal Association has a YouTube account where they publish recordings from the different DrupalCons, starting with DrupalCon London in 2011. If you just want to find that special session you remembered, or if you want to check out the different keynotes and sessions in case you couldn't attend - this is the place for you.
A bit old, and perhaps not the most updated site these days, but it sure contains a lot of tips & tricks and some screencasts as well. Especially interesting if you suddenly find yourself developing for a site built with Drupal 6.
Not so daily anymore, but like GotDrupal it's an impressive collection of videos. 141 and counting. A good way to start learning Drupal, and for those who already know the basics, learn more.
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