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.
Meet Gabriele Maira, also known as Gabi by friends and as Gambry by the Drupal community. With over 15 years of experience working with PHP and over 10 working with Drupal, Gabriele is currently the PHP/Drupal Practice lead at the London-based Manifesto Digital. Read about his beginnings with open source and why he thinks every Drupal developer should attend a Sprint at least once in their life.
Despite the hectic holiday season, we never stop researching and digging up interesting Drupal content. Our team has once again scoured all the feeds, read countless Drupal articles and made the selection of the most engaging bits of content from last month. So, without further ado, here are what we found to be the top Drupal blog posts from December 2018.
This time we had a chat with none other than Shawn McCabe, the CTO of Acro Media. In our interview, the avid Drupal contributor talked about his most memorable Drupal moments, his love for open source and his reasons to opt for a more sustainable lifestyle. Have a read!
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 second chapter outlines the obstacles we encountered, dealing with one of them in more detail and presenting our solution to it.
Meet Kevin Kaland, perhaps more easily recognized by his Twitter handle wizonesolutions, the digital wizard responsible for the FillPDF module. In this interview, he talks about his first interactions with Drupal and reveals his thoughts on the future of Drupal as a decoupled system.
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.