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Jennifer Hodgdon wrote her first computer program in 1982, and has been a professional software developer since 1994, using a wide variety of programming languages (FORTRAN, C, Java, PHP, JavaScript, ...). She started doing PHP/MySQL web programming professionally around 2002, and set up her first Drupal web site in 2007. Soon after that, she started contributing volunteer time to the Drupal open-source project and the Seattle Drupal User Group: organizing meet-ups and conferences, serving as the co-leader and then the leader of the Drupal Documentation Team in 2011-2012, leading workshops, and making conference presentations. She is currently a freelance Drupal site builder and module programmer, the volunteer maintainer of several Drupal modules, the co-organizer of the Spokane (WA) Drupal User Group, and the Drupal Core maintainer/committer for API documentation and coding standards.


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HASH(0x997fc7a4) von 5 Sternen Gauge Your Expectations 21. März 2013
Von Bill Sanders - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have a friend who does Drupal, and his key admonition was, "It's got a big learning curve." I just wanted to know about Drupal. I've programmed in PHP for years, and I wasn't ready for any more "big learning curves," at this time. I wanted something that told me enough but not some kind of "novice-to-expert" tome. For me, this book hit the Goldie Locks sweet spot--just right.

It should have been named, "An Orientation to Drupal for PHP Programmers," or a "Quick and Dirty Introduction to Drupal for PHP Programmers." It is what I wanted, and what I will use. Later when I have time to tackle a big learning curve, I'll get one of the soup-to-nuts books, but for getting started without having to 'review' the eternity of PHP, this one is dandy. It gets me through the messy beginning of Drupal with a focus on what I need. If you're looking for a general orientation to Drupal and you program in PHP, this ought to do the trick. It's got some examples and is enough to get started, but if you're not familiar with PHP, or you want to learn all about Drupal, you might want to look elsewhere.
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HASH(0x99e1684c) von 5 Sternen Everything you need to know. 8. April 2013
Von Cary Gordon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I do Drupal for a living, I am involved with the Drupal project, and I have read most -- almost all -- of the available Drupal books.

There are many pedagogical approaches to teaching a skill, and the comprehensive, well organized and concise approach that Jennifer Hodgdon employs is a good fit with my approach to learning. By emphasizing Drupal's ontological underpinnings, and tying practical execution to that structure, she gives the reader an insight into how, by adhering to best practices and using Drupal the way it is designed to be used, it is possible to build almost anything.

This is a particularly valuable book for experienced and formally trained PHP developers who have found the Drupal way difficult to comprehend. Perhaps for the first time, this book presents Drupal's organization and systems in a way that ties them to actual practice.

I know the author, but I have not spoken to her about this book or my review.
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HASH(0x997fcc30) von 5 Sternen Get up to speed quickly with Drupal! 16. Mai 2013
Von J. Monty - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a no fuss, straight to the point guide on getting up to speed with Drupal from a development stand-point. I have been using Wordpress now for some time but I got this book in an effort to refresh my Drupal skills. I love that it was quick/painless to read and if you are familiar with PHP this would be a great book to get you developing websites with Drupal. It is not just a bunch of technical jargon either, it contains lots of good info on best practices and I really like the fact that the author recommends first trying to solve your problems using existing Drupal functionality - then program something second. This is a refreshing stand-point and one that I think is often ignored by developers - why re-invent the wheel?

Great book and at 100 or-so pages you can easily read through it in an afternoon or two of Drupal-ing (sorry I had to).

If you do not have a programming background there are other books which would be more suitable to getting you up and running with Drupal.
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HASH(0x997fd4d4) von 5 Sternen Pretty cool Drupal book 8. September 2013
Von Jerome Covington - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It's good, because the examples are abstract enough to give you and idea of how things fit together without getting bogged down in a specific implementation. And there is a healthy measure of "best practices" and "style", which always wins points with me.

I got the Kindle edition and it has been at my fingertips for the past couple of weeks.
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HASH(0x997fd4bc) von 5 Sternen Completely useless 19. April 2013
Von Joshua Davies - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really can't think of a worse technical book I've ever read. This book could only be considered (marginally) useful to somebody who not only was already completely familiar with the ins and outs of Drupal, but somebody who also had some experience with the Drupal programming APIs. Of course, if you already know that, you don't really need this book, since that's what it purports to cover. There's no attempt made at any point to try to explain Drupal - most of the book refers back to the online documentation. You're on your own for installation and configuration. The target audience appears to be people who already have quite a bit of experience with Drupal, and need to extend it for whatever reason. What reasons might that be? Well, the book is pretty ambiguous about that, too. Everything is presented in generalities like "Registering a Block" or "Programming with Entities and Fields". When would I need to do that? No examples are suggested. Earlier in the book, she admonishes you not to "program too much" and instead take advantage of Drupal's built-in functionality... which isn't covered in this (far too short) book.

Although there are code samples, all of the code samples are like this:

function mymodule_permission() {
return array(
'view myentity' => array(
'title' => t('View my entity content'),
'administer myentity' => array(
'title' => t('Administer my entities'),

In other words, everything is presented as a template that you might fill in when you had a concrete reason to, but there are no concrete examples that you can actually install and run. There's also no explanation of how to create a module except at a very high level, so I can't even see how this would be useful to somebody who did actually have a specific use case for Drupal and just needed some guidelines in programming and installing a module.

Really, really terrible.
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