Multiple MailChimp Accounts with Drupal

Submitted by aaron on Tue, 12/20/2016 - 11:33

A couple of months ago, team ThinkShout quietly introduced a feature to the MailChimp module that some of us have really wanted for a long time—the ability to support multiple MailChimp accounts from a single Drupal installation. This happened, in part, after I reached out to them on behalf of the stakeholders at Cornell University's ILR School, where I work.

Introducing MailChimp Automations for Drupal

Submitted by aaron on Wed, 11/30/2016 - 09:25

Recent additions to Drupal 7’s MailChimp module and API library offer some powerful new ways for you to integrate Drupal and MailChimp. As of version 7.x-4.7, the Drupal MailChimp module now supports automations, which are incredibly powerful and flexible ways to trigger interactions with your users. Want to reach out to a customer with product recommendations based on their purchase history?

Ansible and Drupal Development - Part 2

Submitted by aaron on Mon, 11/03/2014 - 06:00

In part 1 of this tutorial, we covered how to configure and use Ansible for local Drupal development. If you didn't have a chance to read that article, you can download my fork of Jeff Geerling's Drupal Dev VM to see the final, working version from part 1. In this article, we'll be switching things up quite a bit as we take a closer look at the 2nd three requirements, namely:

Ansible and Drupal Development

Submitted by aaron on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 08:23

As I mentioned in my hello world post, I've been learning Ansible via Jeff Geerling's great book Ansible for Devops. When learning new technologies, there is no substitute for diving in and playing with them on a real project. This blog is, in part, the byproduct of my efforts to learn and play with Ansible. Yet embedded within that larger goal were a number of additional technical requirements that were important to me, including:

Hello World from Drupal 8

Submitted by aaron on Sat, 10/18/2014 - 09:19

Welcome! This site has been a while in the making, but I'm really excited to share it with you. Back in Austin at DrupalCon, I was inspired by Jeff Geerling's "Devops for Humans" presentation and immediately decided that I needed to start using Ansible. Well, it's been a long road, but the site is now live and I'm really looking forward to sharing the ups and downs of the journey. Oh, and if you don't have it already, Jeff's book Ansible for Devops is well worth it. More soon...