I was recently in a meeting with a design agency who had to use Drupal for one of their websites and they hadn’t heard good things about it. The points they raised were common ones so I thought I would cover them here. This blog post isn’t a bash against Drupal, we are clearly huge Drupal fans!
I recently went through the process of contributing my first Drupal 7 module, and while the process isn't too hard there were many things that would have been helpful to know at the start rather than finding out half way through the process.
Most developers who have had the pleasure to work with Drupal know that there is a steep learning curve to get over first before you can really begin to love Drupal and flawlessly develop sites with it.
Microserve will be fielding their biggest team ever for the Bristol 10k. 2012's team was comprised of 9 fit and athletic individuals however 2013's team will be even bigger with 13 people running the race.
The Drupal.org module page (http://drupal.org/project/modules) will give you a list of the most installed contributed modules. These modules are widely used and highly regarded in the community, but what about the less well known modules?