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Yesterday Gregory, Victor and myself had the pleasure to attend Cape Town's first Drupal meetup in 2015. What a bunch of cool people! First we had Johan Dubois from the Western Cape Government sharing his insights on how to win government tenders, followed by our own Victor Künzig bringing some Swiss Case studies to the Cape. We left the event with a bunch of new colleagues and lots of inspiration. Thanks to Jason from Robboto for organizing the event.
Another year has gone by and time goes fast when you're having fun (or working hard). We did both this year. We’ve had a lot of fun but also worked hard to create a better web together with our clients.
This past weekend I had a fun and constructive time at DrupalCamp Ghent in Belgium. The Belgian community put together a great event and there were many attendees and sessions to see.
Amongst all of the frites, ribs and waffles there were a lot of achievements made during the weekend, for myself, for frontend and at the sprints.
The last day started good with some lightning talks. Michael was leading through the program and took presenters, whose talks were too long, off stage.
I started the day early with the Prenote (yes of course i did take the Prenote Selfie). It wasn't until later that i found out that we were all over Dries' keynote (thank you Dries).
As summer is coming to an end we took the chance to enjoy our roof terrace one last time and hosted a little summer party at our office. We've had the pleasure to have Jonas Kamber's fabulous Fotobox with us, which brought some serious party fun. But have a look at a selection of the pictures and see for yourself; this is where you find the full set of the Fotobox pictures from our party and here's the link to the Flickr set.
Some of our team members spent a weekend in the great outdoors lately! See what happens when urban meets nature.
Amazee Labs geeks and friends have formed a team that will make their way up north on their bicycles from Zürich to DrupalCon Amsterdam.