It's this time of the year again. DrupalCon Dublin is finally here. Even though it's my fourth Con already, it's always a special event.
Did you miss our latest Web Monday? It took place in the cool new #StartupSpaceZH - a creatively stimulating workplace environment for emerging startups, with a range of services available provided by the Institut für Jungunternehmen (IFJ, Institute for Young Entrepreneurs).
Earlier this year we met Horizon Wood, a family owned and operated saw mill operating out of Kersey, Pennsylvania. We teamed up with Horizon to revitalize their aging online inventory system with an emphasis on three user stories —
At the 35th Social Media Gipfel we talked about communication on different (social media) channels and which challenges may or may not arise.
We’re back! After the summer break the next WebMonday is approaching fast and you’re invited!
It’s a track record! For the upcoming DrupalCon in Dublin, 13 tracks will feature talks for an audience of thousands of people coming together for Drupal. We are proud to be represented in 6 of those tracks.
Beautiful weather, a great venue and two days packed with inspiring talks - that was Frontend Conf 2016.
So testing is good, more than that, testing is absolutely necessary for an application, and even more than that, testing is one of the things that can be made fully automated. In theory, this looks awesome! Then why is this so hard sometimes (or many times) to do that for every project? While (automated) testing is something almost vital from a developer's point of view, it is exactly the opposite for the client (maybe not in all cases, but in the majority for sure). For the client, the reality is that testing means spending a lot of money for something that they never see. In the best case, they can see some reports saying that their project passed all the tests.