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The "Exporting" module series has been produced in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service. These modules were developed from the current edition of A Basic Guide to Exporting and each module represents one of the book's seventeen chapters; the modules are listed by chapter in chronological order. This series provides aspiring and seasoned exporters with a wealth of resources and tools that may benefit even the most experienced international business connoisseur.
 
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This module was created in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service. In this module, we will cover: assistance from US embassies and consulates; proper documentation; and business culture. A case study on the company Lightning Eliminators is also included.על ידי globalEDGE
 
This module was created in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service. In this module, we will cover: working with banks; credit and financing programs; and public and private assistance. A case study on the company Patton Electronics Co. is also included.על ידי globalEDGE
 
This module was created in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service. In this module, we will cover: different approaches to exporting; direct exporting practices; indirect exporting practices. A case study on the company Infinity Air is also included.על ידי globalEDGE
 
## Kalabox * What is Kalabox? * Brief story on history Kalabox * Is there a plan to use the “official” Docker for mac backend instead of VirtualBox? * Current update on state of Kalabox * How does Kalabox compare with other local dev tools like Mamp, DrupalVM etc.? * Specifically: Speed, flexibility * Is Kalabox, or will it be usable with server en…
 
Migration In D7, we used the Migrate Drupal to Drupal module, what’s the case for D8? Speak on pattern of using Migrate Drupal as a basis for a migration. Migration plugins and yml configuration declarations are an improvement on an already excellent module - if you are going to handle migrations like you did in 7 - which might be appropriate depen…
 
Website Audits What is a site audit? Why would you do one? Intended audience New clients? Existing clients? What are the goals of a site-audit? How do you approach a site audit? What are some other approaches you’re aware of? What tools and techniques do you use? How do you present the results? How often should you do them? What are some things to …
 
## Workflow Initiative * What is the Workflow Initiative and what are the goals you’re trying to achieve? * What lead you into proposing this initiative for core and what’s the background story? * Dries mentioned in the keynote that official initiatives preferably should have a dedicated team, and have funding. How is that going to work for the Wor…
 
I’m really excited about today’s show because this is one of those topics that I know that I need to know, but don’t know where to start. So, I’m super excited that you agreed to come on and teach me what you know about regression testing! ## Regression Testing * What do you mean when you say “Regression Testing”? * Why is regression testing import…
 
## Group Module* What is the Group module? * A really awesome tool to basically create subsites within one site, private content, manage groups of people or all that combined.* Why did you create it instead of just using OG? * OG DX experience...* There are versions for D7 and D8. Which are you more focused on? * D8* How is the Group module differe…
 
## Advagg* First, can you give us an overview of what Advagg is? ## The Drupal 8 Port* Are you the main maintainer of the D8 version?* What was the porting process like?* What features are in the Drupal 8 version right now?* What's the status of the Drupal 8 version?* Do you know of any compatibility issues with other modules?* What do you have pla…
 
## Big Pipe* What is Big Pipe?* This isn’t a Drupal specific thing right? Where did the idea of BigPipe come from?* How does it work? * Builds on Drupal 8’s caching system, specifically cacheability metadata (tags, contexts, max-age) * Rendering system (bubbling, placeholders) * page cache / dynamic page cache * BigPipe is built ON TOP OF ALL OF TH…
 
## Scheduled Updates * What is the Scheduled Updates module?* How does it differ from the Scheduler module?* What are some of the use cases? What types of updates can be scheduled?* Is it ready to be used? ## Block Visibility Groups * What is Block Visibility Groups?* How does it differ from Context and Panels?* Do you intend it to be a replacement…
 
Commerce 2.x for Drupal 8 What has been the biggest success of Commerce on D7? By starting from scratch on D7 technologies we created a solution that is intuitive to Drupal developers and easier to extend. And with 60k installs, we’ve set a record for ecommerce on Drupal in general. And what do you think have been its biggest weaknesses? Not priori…
 
## Honeypot * What is the Honeypot module? * What prompted you to contribute the Honeypot module? Why was it originally created? Flocknote (two employers ago) user registration A bunch of my blogs / comments * What methods or techniques does honeypot use to detect bots? A literal ‘honeypot’ Time delay * What types of foms can it protect? * What’s d…
 
## Drupal 6 End of Live* What does Drupal 6 EOL mean?* When is Drupal 6’s End-Of-Life (EOL)? * February 24th* Why is support for Drupal 6 being dropped by the Drupal project in the first place? (ie. why does our community even do this?) * What makes Drupal 6’s End-of-Life (EOL) different than previous ones (ie. Drupal 5)?* What, specifically, will …
 
Composer What is composer? Dependency Manager for PHP How does it relate to Drush Make? Surprisingly similar “Getting off the island” What can you do with composer on a Drupal site? download dependencies, drupal modules, themes, profiles, drush, external libraries etc How do you download contrib modules? https://packagist.drupal-composer.org/ How d…
 
## Project* Drupal8 theming - why we did it* Plan for the unknown (responsive 2.0 how can we make D8 move forward & not break everything. * Seven theme & usability improvements in Drupal 8 * Were you involved with Seven in Drupal 7? * What are your thoughts on alternate admin themes like Adminimal?* CSS architecture in Drupal 8 * Why BEM?* Classy &…
 
## Project* For people who might not know, what is a Drupal distribution? * Out of the box, vanilla Drupal doesn’t do much - you have to install modules and mold it into what you want * A distribution is Drupal prepackaged with contrib modules and themes, pre-configured for a specific use case (OOB, X+Y) * What is Panopoly? * A “starter site” distr…
 
## Drupal 8 from a site-builder’s perspective * What makes Drupal 8 different from Drupal 7 and other previous versions? * What about Drupal 8 are you most excited about? * CMI * What contributed module(s) are you most excited to see for D8? * [Rules](http://d8rules.org/) * CMI extensions * [Configuration Tools](https://www.drupal.org/project/confi…
 
## Drupal Console * What is Drupal Console? * It is a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation. * How is it different from Drush? And are there overlapping features? * There are many similarities between these two tools, but the main difference is how it was…
 
## Update Automation * I’d like to talk a little bit about automation processes in general before we jump into Drop Guard, if that’s okay. What types of things are we talking about updating? Server configuration? Drupal projects? Deployment? * What are some of the technologies you were using before developing Drop Guard? Maybe the underlying pieces…
 
## Drupal.org * Prioritizing work on Drupal.org https://www.drupal.org/roadmap * Unblock Drupal 8 * DrupalCI - testing infrastruture for Drupal code * Localize.drupal.org upgrade to D7 * Improve search * Implement new documentation section and tools * Two Factor Authentication * Issue Credits * Funding work * D8Accelerate * Ongoing Funding ## Work …
 
## Automated Testing * Before we actually get started talking about Red Test, can we take a step back and talk about what automated testing is in general? * I am sure you are all aware of manual testing and QA. Once you build a site or a feature in the site, you go to the browser and test it out. As an example, you added a workflow to your blog pos…
 
## Features * Let’s start off with the basics, if you don’t mind. Can you give us the 30 second pitch for what Features is? I’m sure there are people listening right now that don’t use Features regularly. * What kind of data or configuration can you package into a feature? * What does Features do well? * Where does Features fall short? * What are s…
 
## Web Content Management * When you replied, you said that Drupal 8 is the most important product release in the history of the WCM market. Can you start out by explaining what WCM stands for and what qualifies software as a WCM product? * You also mentioned that the 2nd most important release was Day Software’s CQ5. What is that? * When I hear ab…
 
Hey everyone, Super exciting news this week! I've secured sponsors for the next two months to provide EVERY video on ModulesUnraveled.com absolutely FREE for you! It's a bit of a long story, so if you don't care, [just go learn some Drupal](/videos). But, I thought you might be interested in the back story, so here goes... (P.S. If you're not a rea…
 
## Wysiwyg Fields * What is the Wysiwyg Fields module? * Discussed three years ago on episode 35… Finally a stable release :| * Why did it take so long to release a stable? * Life * What’s new since we talked about it last time? * Re-architected, focusing on splitting out major components into separate modules for re-usability and sustainability: *…
 
## Math Field Module * What does the Math Field module do? * Why did you develop it? What hole does it fill? * You mentioned EntityForm... * How does it compare to the Computed Field and other modules? * What are the limitations? When wouldn’t you use it? * You mentioned before we started recording that you actually rewrote the entire module to use…
 
## DrupalCon New Orleans * Where is the DrupalCon going to be? * New Orleans convention center * When is it? * May 9-13 2016 * Why New Orleans? * We are seeing an incredible rebirth of a Great American City. Hurricane Katrina was such an unbelievable disaster, 80% of the city was flooded. Surrounding Parishes even worse, (we have Parishes instead o…
 
## Dropfort * What is Dropfort? * Dropfort is a suite of tools to develop and manage Drupal applications. On the development side, it integrates with GitHub and GitLab to track commits, issues and tags. It then packages releases based on those tags and lets you share those releases with your Drupal sites. Same way you tag and create releases on Dru…
 
## Training While at DrupalCon recently, someone mentioned my recent podcasts about training and hiring Drupal talent, and mentioned that Cameron had been a part of a somewhat unique program to train new talent through a two month training program, with the intent to hire some of them. I was intrigued (and based on the great response of recent epis…
 
## NodeSquirrel * What is NodeSquirrel? * Backup and Migrate (over 300,000 sites using it) * Only cloud backup-as-a-service for Drupal * Backup database and Files * Every site should have automatic off-site backups configured. * That leads great into the pantheon acquisition, because now everyone can create free off-site backups with NodeSquirrel. …
 
## Writing a Book for D8 * What’s it like writing a book for a piece of software that isn’t even officially released yet? * How long did the writing process take? * Packt publishing sent us a proposal to write this book in December of 2013. We got started quickly, sending them an outline of the chapters and an estimated page count in the same month…
 
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