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 first chapter introduces our workflow and the advantages it brings.
Meet John Piccozi, co-host of the weekly podcast Talking Drupal and co-organizer of the Drupal Providence Meetup and the New England Drupal Camp. John met with Drupal about 10 years ago, and he is looking forward to what will the next 10 years bring.
Adam Bergstein is the maintainer of SimplyTest.me, runs the Drupal Coffee Exchange and participates in the Governance Task Force that just released its community proposal. Learn how Adam, aka Nerdstein, feels about Drupal 8 core development.
Last week we organised a Drupal meetup in Maribor (the second largest town in Slovenia, where Agiledrop has the second office). As a member of Drupal Slovenia, we organised two presentations and sponsored a reception with networking after the event. Are you interested what those two lecturers were about?
This week we talked with Janne Kalliola. Janne does not code, but he is a very active Drupal community contributor. Learn about CEO dinners he helps organize and what would he be working on, if he had an extra day between Thursday and Friday.
We've made a list of Drupal camps and summits that you can attend in the last quarter of the year. Drupal events are bringing together Drupal developers, site builder, themers, end users and those interested in learning more about Drupal. We are attending Drupal events because of sessions and collaborative discussions.