We're very happy we got to speak with Tim Lehnen, the interim Executive Director of the Drupal Association. Tim is honored to be serving the Drupal community for the past 5 years and is looking forward to how Drupal will evolve alongside digital innovations.
Since last month a lot of Drupalists were busy preparing for and traveling to DrupalCon, we wanted to give everyone a chance to catch up with important news and goings-on in the Drupalverse. To this end, here’s a recap of our favorite Drupal-related posts from last month.
What with a constantly shifting digital environment and an ever-increasing need for developers, it's become common practice for businesses to rely on remote staffing. In this post, we'll dive into the main benefits of deciding for this kind of outsourcing strategy.
For our latest Drupal Community interview, we had a really great talk with Ruben Teijeiro of Youpal and 1xINTERNET. Ruben revealed to us the meaning and responsibilities of a Drupal hero, a role which has enabled him to spread Drupal awareness all over the world and meet diverse Drupal communities.
Same as every month, we wanted to share with you our favorite Drupal blog posts from the previous month. So, here's a list of 8 Drupal-related posts from March that we found the most interesting. Enjoy!
The last weekend of March, our team in Ljubljana finally made the long-anticipated transition into our brand new offices. In this short blog post, we’ll give you a glimpse into the teambuilding-like moving process, as well as explain why we made the decision to move and what this means for Agiledrop.
Due to the constantly evolving nature of the digital, outsourcing has become a very viable solution for managing projects. But, naturally, outsourcing work to remote partners brings about its own unique challenges. In this post, we'll take a look at some of the biggest challenges of remote staffing and the ways to tackle them.
Each year, there’s a plethora of various tech and business events all over the world, even if we disregard the numerous Drupal events. But how do you find the ones that you or your agency would really profit from attending? We made a list of our favorites to help you find the right one(s) for you - check it out!
We've started a series of blog posts that tell the story of what makes our developers successful when working with other Drupal teams. The fourth and final chapter ties things together by presenting our company culture which strikes the perfect balance between the needs and wants of both our employees and our clients.
This week we talked with Amber Matz, Production Manager and Trainer at Drupalize.me. In addition to these two important roles, Amber is actively involved in a number of projects in the Drupalverse, the current most notable one likely being the program team for the Builder Track at DrupalCon Seattle. Have a read if you’d like to find out more about her journey with Drupal and her insights on its future.