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.
When new developers arrive in our team, our mission is to help them as much as we can in every aspect of adaption to the new job environment, so they can show their potential and shine in their best light.
We have all been in situations when we faced different challenges while working on projects. The deadline shifted, budget reduced, but there is always a way to adapt to a new reality and deliver according to client’s expectations.
We have published a blog post about Top Drupal 8 books before. We have looked at the best books the newest version of Drupal has to offer. That was at the beginning of this year. So, around nine months later, we decided it was time to once again look at this area and explore, which Drupal 8 books were published during that time.
With all the eyes turned towards DrupalCon Vienna, we have one promise to fulfil. Our client adviser Ales Kohek is currently in the capital city of Austria, but we still need to share with you his experiences from his first ever Drupal Camp, DrupalCamp Antwerp.
There will be a lot of sessions on DrupalCon Vienna. That's nothing new to be fair. DrupalCons are the biggest Drupal events, so you don't catch all the sessions you want. Therefore, we have made a short list of the sessions you don't want to miss.
There have been many blog post written about the forthcoming DrupalCon in Vienna. Many topics were covered including our Accepted Business sessions for DrupalCon Vienna. To refresh your memories, we presented them because our commercial director Iztok Smolic was selected in a business track team to help prepare the program and select the sessions.