In our latest interview, Ricardo Amaro of Acquia reveals how his discovery of Drupal has enabled him to work on projects he enjoys and that make a meaningful impact. Give it a read to learn more about his contributions and what the Drupal community in Portugal is like.
At the start of every month, we gather all the Drupal blog posts from the previous month that we’ve enjoyed the most. Here’s an overview of our favorite posts from July related to Drupal - enjoy the read!
Automation is a term that probably defines the need of technology most perfectly. Automation not only helps to make menial and repetitive tasks easier but also helps with keeping track of the work that is being done.
Nowadays business is a complex and dynamic environment. Because of its uncertainness, it's never too late to listen to a good lecture. If you have missed any session from DrupalCamp London, let us highlight some of them to you.
When is the right time to let it go and move forward? Yes, we are talking about migrating to Drupal 8 version. Drupal 8 was released in November 2015, so it has been more than two years now. No matter what kind of website you have, whether you have an online shop, small brochure website or an extensive and complex website, if it's built on Drupal 6, it's almost urgent you move forward and upgrade it to Drupal 8. Why? The Drupal community no longer (officially) supports Drupal 6 since three months after Drupal 8 came out. That means that bugs are no longer getting fixed.
I always felt that any website should be a tool for driving sales. And there is no better way than enabling customers to make a purchase right there on your website. Anf now you can do it with Drupal 8.