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The memories of BADCamp and DrupalCon Prague are still fresh in my mind, however the Drupal event calendar allowed me to head east again. The destination of this trip was the DrupalCamp Vienna, which attracted around 300 people from all over the world.
After an eventful DrupalCon in Prague the Drupal calendar has another another workout lined-up for us. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday 300 Drupalistas will meet up in Vienna. Among them are our Michael (schnitzel), Dagmar (dagmita) and Boris (borisbaldinger). If you're heading there too, make sure to attend their sessions.
The last seven days the following five stories managed to get our attention. Enjoy!
By the amount of facial hair growing in the office you may be excused for thinking that we are in the progress of branching out into the timber industry.
This week, dear reader, the essence highlights a Responsive Web Design issue, compares Drupal 7 to Symfony 2 and allows the laws of physics to answer the most important iOS 7 question. Enjoy!
Amazee Labs' server infrastructure is built with availability, operating efficiency and security in mind. As with all IT systems, the threat of failure is omnipresent. When the worst occurs we run through emergency scenarios with pre-defined responsibilities, just as pilots do when things turn nasty. This is our side of the story.
This week an old category makes a comeback, you can learn how to build a WordPress blog with Drupal and there is good news for gadget geeks who like to travel. Enjoy!
There are a lot of fantastic events in the Drupal community. One of the bigger ones is the Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp) in Berkeley, CA. A camp the size of a DrupalCon and located in one of the most beautiful places in North America.