We recently got the chance to speak with Aaron Frost, founder of HeroDevs and ng-conf organizer, about a groundbreaking novelty for Angular - its first ever static site generator Scully. Read our interview to learn how the idea for Scully was born and implemented, what the top priorities and challenges were in development, and what we can expect from Scully going forward.
For our first Drupal interview of 2020, Marloes Bosch, accessibility-focused front-end developer at LimoenGroen, spoke to us about her career switch to Drupal, the awesome people from the Dutch and Belgian Drupal communities who have helped her along her journey, and why Drupal's commitment to accessibility is so important.
Our developer Peter is one of the release managers of the upcoming PHP 7.4 release. Even though he has a lot on his plate right now, he was able to take the time to answer a few questions and give us a glimpse into what new features we can expect. Enjoy the read!
For our latest Drupal Community interview, we had a really great talk with Ruben Teijeiro of Youpal and 1xINTERNET. Ruben revealed to us the meaning and responsibilities of a Drupal hero, a role which has enabled him to spread Drupal awareness all over the world and meet diverse Drupal communities.
We attended DrupalCamp London the first weekend in March of 2019. This was also the very first Drupal event for me, and I wanted to share my experience with the community. I hope you enjoy the read!
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.
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.