Per recent decision in the core issue queue, Drupal core will use a semantic versioning system (3-digit version numbers, e.g. 8.0.1, 8.2.0, etc.) starting with Drupal 8. This means that significant parts of the Drupal.org infrastructure will need to be adjusted to support the new versioning system.
Americans sit through some 11 million meetings every day — with the unproductive ones costing companies $37 billion a year.
Since we've already looked at the most egregious meeting mistakes, we decided to explore how the most successful executives run effective meetings.
After combing through the business literature, we discovered that Yahoo's Marissa Mayer grills her employees like an expert chef, Amazon's Jeff Bezos can't stand it when people agree, and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg wields a mighty notebook.
Just in case you don't already have enough restaurants on your hit list, we've uncovered even more cool places for you to try out.
From restaurants in secret alleyways to eateries located behind everyday storefronts, you'll be surprised to learn about these hidden dining establishments.
So, what are you waiting for? Click through for our guide to secret restaurants in NYC, and let the adventures begin!
The suiting gods from on-high have decided that double-breasted suits are back this spring.
Imagine a well-tailored English gentleman got his hands on a 1920s gangster's suit and decided he could wear the jacket with a pair of jeans.
In other words, there are levels to this stuff.
This isn't your grandfather's double-breasted jacket and we strongly (strongly) suggest you forget the fedora. You're going to want to bring this style into 2014 the right way.
Apple, unlike any other company in the world, has its identity tied to one individual: Steve Jobs.
And without question, Jobs was the driving force that turned Apple into the world's most valuable tech company.
But, Jobs didn't do it alone.
We decided to take a look at the first 10 employees at Apple, and see what they did and where they are today.