We're very excited to share some details with you about our next Amazee Webinar where we'll discuss Atomic Design in Drupal with GraphQL & Twig.
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With GDPR in full effect, sanitization of user data is a fairly hot topic. Here at Amazee we take our clients and our clients’ clients privacy seriously, so we have been investigating several possible approaches to anonymizing data.
In the Drupal world, and the PHP world more generally, there are several options available. Here, though, I’d like to discuss one we think is particularly cool.
This year’s Drupal Dev Days took place in sunny (well, for the most part) Lisbon, Portugal. Over 400 people attended this year’s Dev Days, and I was one of them. I am fairly new to Drupal, and this was my first conference dedicated to Drupal. This was a week-long event, something that was unusual to me as I am used to attending one or two-day events.
We will host the next Durpal Meetup at our Amazee Labs offices in Zurich on 11 July.
Join us for Drupal Dev Days in Lisbon!
I’ve been running events since college, for work and for fun, and for groups of 3 to 3,000. You’d think there’d be a difference, but the amount of energy it takes to run an event, surprisingly, is the same. It’s crazy how well these things scale.
Join us on Wednesday, at Gridonic, for the upcoming Zurich Drupal user group meetup.
Retrospectives are an essential part of our team’s workflow. After each iteration, we get together to collect insights and feedback. By doing so, our teams ensure they have time to celebrate achievements, learn from mistakes and steer their efforts along a process of continuous improvement.
Drupal is all about security
The Drupal community is unique in many ways, and the Drupal Security Team is an example of this. They provide documentation about writing secure code and keeping your site secure. They work with the drupal.org infrastructure team and the maintainers of contributed modules, to look into and resolve security issues that have been reported.