After over four years in development, the day finally arrived. November 19, 2015; the day when Drupal 8 was released. Of course this was a very good reason to celebrate. So all of our three locations, Zürich, Austin, and Cape Town joined the global community with hundreds of Drupalistas in cities around the world for the global Drupal 8 Release Party!
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This last weekend I got to spend four glorious sun-drenched days with Drupal friends from around the world. From October 22-25 we gathered at BADcamp at Berkeley University campus to geek out about the thing we love most: food.
Even though DrupalCon (officially it's @DrupalConEur) officially only starts on Tuesday, we've already been busy at the Con on Monday. There are lots and lots of things to do on Mondays at a DrupalCon. Business Summit, Sprints and for me, setting up our booth.
The food was gone, the glasses were empty and the party lights were out. All that was left last Friday morning was a light smell of cheese. The #AmazeeParty is over, time to do a recap and share "the pictures of that night".
Please give a warm welcome to Yacine. He is joining our team as frontend developer.
F’s trick–Since April 1, 2015 : Claudine has joined us as our new Developer.
For the third time, Drupalcamp London warmly welcomed passionate drupalistas who flew in from all over the world to do Drupal, talk Drupal and live even more Drupal.
It is awesome to be here! Everything was well prepared and we were very warmly welcomed.
Yesterday Gregory, Victor and myself had the pleasure to attend Cape Town's first Drupal meetup in 2015. What a bunch of cool people! First we had Johan Dubois from the Western Cape Government sharing his insights on how to win government tenders, followed by our own Victor Künzig bringing some Swiss Case studies to the Cape. We left the event with a bunch of new colleagues and lots of inspiration. Thanks to Jason from Robboto for organizing the event.