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.
This week we talked with Jonathan Hedstrom. Read about what he thinks has been the biggest evolution for Drupal, what contribution is he the proudest of and what he thinks is the most important about Drupal today.
Today, Agiledrop celebrates exactly 5 years from its official incorporation, so the company is in a festive mood. For this article, we wanted to look at the past and tell the story about how it all started.
This week we talked with Mike Gifford. Read about what his company is striving to achieve, where he thinks has been a lot of movement in the last 2 years regarding Drupal and what contribution to open source is he proud of.
I was extremely excited to get to meet people from the Drupal community in person and to add a face to all great bloggers, whose blog posts I'm reading. Do you want to know what I've learned in those few days as a non-developer at Drupal Europe?
This week we talked with Michel van Velde. Read about what his company has achieved during one of the worst economic crisis in decades, what are his biggest contributions to Drupal community, and what his next personal project will be (a hint: it will involve drones).
There will be a lot of sessions at DrupalEurope. So many, in fact, you can’t attend all you would want to. Therefore, we have made a short list of the Digital Transformation and Enterprise sessions you don't want to miss. We sure won't.
This week we talked with Josef Dabernig. Read about his move to Switzerland, why he believes Drupal in a role model for other Open Sources, what his master thesis is about and his extreme Tour De DrupAlps.