What Happened Last Week - Issue #8
This week: hacking a gamedev company, Craft CMS, state of Drupal, ViteConf and more.
What happened last week
I'm starting my Kinsta onboarding this week and I can already say it will be action-packed.
Not much happened apart from this as I enjoyed my week of not doing too much and resting.
This is an amazing Twitter thread - Leo Corben (who is an ethical hacker) shows how he hacked one gaming company. It's really amazing how broad knowledge you have to have to do such an operation.
During the Dot All 2022 we could learn a bit about the upcoming Craft CMS future. Apart from Craft 5 I really can't wait to get my hands on Craft Cloud which looks really amazing.
Dries Buytaert sums up the current state of Drupal. It's a really interesting read, especially that Drupal's history is full of difficult decision.
On the other hand, I'm hearing more and more nice things about it and how great it is for bigger websites. Maybe it's time to give it another chance.
ViteConf is coming and it's really full of goodies. I can't for the presentations related to Astro and Laravel (together with Vite of course).
I had the pleasure to talk with Lily Chen at some point in my career. When she showed me how Contenda is working I was just mindblown. It was able to convert a webinar into an article. It needed some fixes, but it was still amazing.
In most cases, we only concentrate on the tech aspect of Open Source. This post is different because it concentrates more on the law. I won't lie - I think I never had any license from A to Z which could lead me to some trouble.
Mailcoach is really amazing. It's a great newsletter solution for developers. In this post, Freek shows how you can extend it.
And how was your week? Did you learn something interesting? Don’t hesitate to press the reply button and share your thoughts.