Dave Jackson, Drupal Developer
nous (nōōs, nous) - Chiefly British Good sense; shrewdness
I heartily commend this simple explanation of what the System view display relates to.
That is all.
When setting up a MAMP stack on OS-X with the intention of installing Drupal and drush, avoid at all costs the temptation to give the webserver root directory a name in mixed case.
The tendency for OS-X to ignore or respect the character capitalisation depending on circumstances may give you a world of pain when running drush commands from a terminal session.
Not for the first time I threw together a simple JQuery script to enhance a Drupal site and immediately hit a problem with Drupal.behaviours is undefined.
Drupal.behaviours is undefined
Many frustrated minutes later, the penny dropped: Drupal.behaviours is most certainly undefined. Drupal.behaviors should work just fine.
Beware the unconscious tendency for we Brits to use en_UK spelling!
Realising I should be more savvy in respect of sites like Facebook, and not just in the sense of actually joining (done, just), I tried out the AddThis module which promised automatically to add suitable buttons on to my content.
And so it did, but when I tested with Firefox 3.6 what happens when a visitor tries to share a node in Facebook before they are logged in, I got a surprise.
A couple of years ago I created a Drupal module to instantiate and process a content type for my own calendar of events. The "proper" Event module seemed too complicated (at least for a newbie as I then was) and anyway I wanted some practice at coding a module.
However I did take a look at Events and this is what prompted me to use DATETIME date columns in my schema declarations, because Event uses that datatype. At the time I wasn't aware that Event is about the only contributed module that does use DATETIME.