This week Franz and Andy decode concrete5 core version numbers, check out new Marketplace items and answer your questions in "How Would We Do That?"

concrete5 is a stable release that fixes a number of bugs in 5.5.2, improves pretty URL compatibility and performance. Release Notes Available Here >

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This week we take a look at some great new tutorials on switching to concrete5 from Drupal, announce Karma winners from our online community and answer viewer questions live on the air.

You know and love Andrew's code, and maybe you've been lucky enough to get some answers from Andrew directly in the past. Well as the project and core team continues to grow, it's time for our CTO to pass the torch on much of our training sessions to less senior staff.

Andy and Franz chat about an upcoming point release, check in with a few great forum posts, review new Marketplace goodies, and answer viewer questions. Check it out!

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concrete5 5.5.2 is a stable release that adds a new, built-in image editor, improves the form and image blocks and fixes a number of bugs.

5.5.2 Release Notes Available Here >

You can download concrete5 5.5.2 from the concrete5 downloads page:

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Version 5.5.2 is out and we've got a slew of new / cool stuff to talk about: posts in the community forums, GitHub pull requests, a slew of great new Marketplace items and a preview of the new Peer Review Board interface.

We're back! This week we plow through a ton of karma pics and Marketplace releases. Don't miss our new "What Did we Get in Git?" feature highlighting a helpful contribution submitted on GitHub.

concrete5, the content management system made for marketing but built for geeks, has joined forces with BitNami to simplify the installation of its software natively, virtually and in the cloud.