Drupal security updates generally come out on Wednesdays, to try to streamline everybody's time. WordPress security notices come out... well, whenever whichever feed you subscribe to bothers to announce something.
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DevOps is the union of development, operations, and quality assurance -- but it's really the other way around.
Lots of stuff has been changing in Drupal 8 recently. In 8.3.0, a new experimental "layout discovery" module was added to core, which conflicted with the contrib "layout plugin" module.
WordPress versus Drupal. Republican versus Democrat. Two debates where the differences seem so broad, people can't even seem to agree upon fundamental facts. Why? Why is it so hard to find an objective, clear comparison of WordPress and Drupal? I've had several people ask this.
11 Questions Businesses need to ask themselves when choosing a Drupal host: The Comprehensive Freelock Hosting Guide
When choosing any service provider, a crucial question is, "What happens if something goes wrong?" When you're choosing a hosting provider, we like to dig a bit deeper, and ask what risks are likely to be an issue for you?
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Yesterday the Drupal security team gave a dire warning about extremely dangerous security vulnerabilities in multiple contributed modules. The fixes, and the details, would be released at 9am Pacific Time today.