Our first Business Leaders interview features Tiffany Farriss, CEO of the digital consultancy Palantir.net. We spoke with Tiffany about the power of the Drupal CMS and being digital native, and discussed the current global crisis and how it necessitates a shift in the way we approach remote work.
In this post, we'll discuss the most important element to an agency partnership: communication. We'll explain why it's so essential, provide examples of good and bad communication practices, and finish with some tips for more effective communication with partners.
In this post, we’ll clear up some confusion around the two front-end frameworks Angular and AngularJS. We’ll explain some key differences between them and present some considerations that will help with the decision of which one to choose for you applications.
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.
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.