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.
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Last week, a few more than 100 Drupalistas gathered in sunny Barcelona for a conference. Let me share a few impressions from the sprints, trainings and sessions which were accompanied by good weather and the expected beach vibes.
Six years ago the team at Amazee decided to start a Drupal agency called Amazee Labs in Zurich, Switzerland (read more about the Amazee journey) where I worked as a Drupal developer. Over the years, our small team at Amazee Labs grew and my responsibilities as a developer shifted. Suddenly I wasn’t coding all day. I became a team lead and finally CTO. I code much less now than I did during those first years.
Last week, Sebastian and I attended Drupal Developer Days in Milan. An international group of 400 people gathered for a full-week conference in Italy to work and talk about Drupal 8.
About a week ago, 1,024 people were probably quite excited packing for what would be a not-to-be-forgotten event: their first ever DrupalCon. Some would be flying to New Orleans from as far away as Australia, some driving 8+ hours, some travelling with their co-workers, some by themselves. I bet most shared the same goal I had: to learn as much as possible. And I bet all of them discovered that while learning is important, DrupalCons are really about the people.
Over 3,100 people attended DrupalCon New Orleans last week, a successful event by any measure. I spent some time talking with a few attendees in an attempt to tell a collective story through the accounts of a few. This is Humans of DrupalCon: New Orleans.
Today’s the day to reconsider your hosting. We are launching amazee.io, a state-of-the-art hosting service with an integrated development and hosting environment. Think of a battle-proven system, automated deployments, full congruence between your development and productive environment, and a very competitive pricing.
“Why another Drupal hosting provider?” You might ask. Read why: stories.amazee.io
Everybody who ever had to keep a website secure knows how hard this is: Almost every day there are updates for all the different services that run your website; starting from the Linux Kernel, to the web server, and the content management system, in our case Drupal, itself.
TexasCamp 2016 took place over the weekend in The Big D — that's Dallas, TX for those of you not from around these parts. The Amazee Labs Austin team headed North to attend the two-day event, as Drupalers, networkers, and official Saturday night party sponsors.
The first official DrupalCon in Mumbai, India brought together more than 1000 attendees - from not only India, but from allover the world. Nine communities from across India partnered with the Drupal Association to make this event a special experience for everyone involved.
This is part two of my blog post series about DrupalCon Asia. Jump back to part one for my general impressions from India or read one of the various other blog posts describing DrupalCon Asia. I’d like to highlight some of the communities that were represented and involved in making DrupalCon Asia a success in this post.