March 2019 sees the return of Drupal Mountain Camp, in the picturesque town of Davos in Switzerland. The call for sessions closes at midnight CET on Monday, 21 January, so be sure to submit your talk today.
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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.
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.
Progressive decoupling is changing fast, and there’s a lot to talk about since our last blog.
Join us on November 5th for the Zurich Drupal Meetup at the Amazee Labs Zürich office.
A full rebuild of a website can be a time consuming and expensive process. Upcycling is an incremental approach to relaunching existing websites. This blog will explain more about what upcycling is and why it might be the right choice for your website
So here we are, post-Drupal Europe 2018. Talks have been given, BOFs attended, way too much coffee and cake have been consumed, and now I’m tasked with summarizing the whole thing.