We proudly announce that TopDevelopers.co, a respected review and research listing service provider for B2B firms, has recognized Agiledrop as one of the top Angular development companies of 2019 in their December press release.
Happy New Year, everyone! If you’re not willing to let go of the holiday spirit just yet, you’re in luck - we’ve prepared an overview of our favorite Drupal blog posts from December. We hope you enjoy revisiting them!
Happy New Year to all! 2019 was definitely a year we won’t soon forget, as it marked some of Agiledrop’s biggest successes to date: a significant expansion of our team, offices and technologies, topped with an even greater focus on providing the best possible experience for our employees. We are now more than ready to take on not only this new year, but rather the whole new decade.
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.
We had a delightful talk with Taco Potze, co-founder of GoalGorilla, Open Social and THX. Taco revealed to us why his team decided for Drupal among the various possible CMS choices and what Drupal initiative they are most excited about.
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 third chapter analyzes the steps we take to form and maintain a strong, healthy relationship with our clients.