In part one, we introduced the art of strategy. Strategy “blends intuition, wisdom, experience, logic, common sense, art and even poetry into a useable construct. The construct, an evolving project document, describes an ecosystem that will organically produce the stated, measurable goal.” Now, we’ll talk about the science of defining that goal and avoiding potential obstacles.
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We have the pleasure to host a Brown Bag Lunch with Josh Miller this coming Thursday at our office in Zurich.
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.
Day one of DrupalCon was jam packed with lots of frontend and Drupal 8 goodness. Here are some of my highlights.
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).
DrupalCon Amsterdam has started and there was a lot going on in the last few days. After the Tour de Drupal people had a warm welcome in the Vondelpark on Sunday. The conference started with the trainings, the Community- and Business Summits on Monday. Meanwhile the Exhibition hall was prepared for all the Drupalistas.
This week's edition features flying lampshades, the evolution of the iPhone and the new social network Ello. Enjoy!
What is strategy and solution architecture? That's the question that we will answer in the first part of our strategy quattro - a four part series.
Since this morning the security and devops world is in a deuce of a stir: Security researches found a new security hole that is even bigger then the recent Heartbleed bug.
This time the target is not encrypted communications; it's a small tool that is installed on almost every Unix and OS X operation system in the world. As you can imagine that is a lot.