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Drupal 8 is here and it is just amazing!

As we announced last month (not only we, the entire world was) Drupal 8 was finally launched. And it rocks!

And I won't say too much, just leave here this beautiful image from https://www.drupal.org/8 . Thanks Drupal Community! Thanks Drupal 8!

Drupal 8 will be released on Nov 19, 2015

Taken from Drupal.org: https://www.drupal.org/node/2605142

Based on our experience with our successful release candidates, we are confident to announce that Drupal 8.0.0 will be released on November 19, 2015! Until then, we will continue publishing Drupal 8 release candidates with the latest fixes. See the first release candidate announcement for more details on the release candidate phase, or download the latest release candidate (RC2) for a preview of the release.

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Drupal 8 will ship soon...

And this will surely be the "New of the Year" for the Drupal Commmunity. By far...

We are getting closer and closer each day, so just try to stay tuned up with the latest news and advices related to the Drupal 8 release in the next few weeks. Just leaving some resources here to share the latest news and advances of D8:

- Drupal 8 Release Date
- Drupal 8 now ships with beta-to-beta updates

Some Interesting Drupal Case Studies

Drupal Case of Studies

The Drupal Association has taken a very good initiative to promote the use of Drupal in their relatively brand new (Drupal 8 based) https://www.drupal.com/ website. The most interesting part of it is a set of Drupal Case Studies where you can read about the experience and impact of leveraging their web solutions over new Drupal solutions. Some of them achieved an incredible 600% increase of visits in a month with great impact in their economical activities such as Fiji Travel. Interesting huh?

This is the year of Drupal 8

This is the Year of Drupal 8

Drupal 8 will set a new standard for ease of use, while offering countless new ways to tailor and deploy your content to the Web. Easily customize data structures, listings, and pages, and take advantage of new capabilities for displaying data on mobile devices, building APIs, and adapting to multilingual needs.