The Zurich Hub Christmas party was a special occasion, our remotes from all over the world (e.g. Russia, Austria, Romania, Poland, Taiwan, etc.) and Andrew from the Austin team, flew to Zurich to celebrate in style.
On Thursday 29th November, the SOS scrum team decided as everyone from the team was in Zurich, that it would be a great idea to do a mob programming session.
The Cape Town Hub, celebrate their 2018 Christmas Party with style and loads of laughs.
Once I got a task to fix a bug. While bug itself was easy to fix, I had to find the commit where it was introduced. To describe why I had to do it, I have to explain a bit our development process.
For the past ten years, the Drupal community organises a yearly DrupalCamp held in various cities of Belgium. This time, it will take place in the lovely city of Ghent.
As both a frontend developer and a designer I get a lot of opportunities to see the connection between designs and how they work. While working on designs, I already have an idea about how they could be implemented. Modern design tools integrate these things by showing code snippets and previews to further integrate the processes. Having experience in both helps me with my work and I’m grateful to work with experts on both sides.
Progressive decoupling is changing fast, and there’s a lot to talk about since our last blog.
It's great to introduce you to Liz - our newest Amazee Labs Project Manager.