From Cape Town to Zurich, Las Palmas (Gran Canaria) and back again. Follow me on my journey of learning React and Redux, some touring and an experience of a lifetime; skiing in Davos.
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We are extremely excited to tell you about the new website we built for Design Tact - a company based in Claremont, Cape Town. They specialise in strategic design and implementation from start to finish with a network of specialists in strategy, content, SEO and development. Their primary areas of focus are interior / architectural design, graphic/brand design and digital marketing.
This blog post was intended to be a recap of DrupalCamp Munich. It was a very well organized conference but the event was overshadowed by an intense discussion about diversity. This is why I want to focus this blog post on the learnings and takeaways from Munich regarding diversity at Drupal community events.
Together with the local Drupal Community, we are inviting you to join us for Drupal Mountain Camp in Davos, Switzerland. More than 200 attendees are expected to come for sessions, workshops, sprints and stay for the community ... as well as a great amount of powder for those interested in skiing or snowboarding under perfect conditions!
The first ever Iron Camp took place in Prague over the weekend, November 24th - 27th, and it was amazing!
Set in Prague, Czech Republic, a beautiful city with cobblestone streets surrounded by medieval style buildings along with a very welcoming and friendly culture. Let's not forget, they also have beer too!
I had a wild aha moment last week while I was away at my first PM conference. I work in web and I'm a project manager. I thought I “got it”. Except, I guess I didn’t.
It wasn’t until I was surrounded in a ballroom of my peers, hearing Brett Harned's Army of Awesome rallying cry, seeing the words blown up on a screen that I realized, Oh my god. I'm not a glorified secretary.
I may not be the one coding, designing, or deploying a product, but what I do matters. It makes a difference. I'm part of my team in a tangible way. And a there are others like me.
So testing is good, more than that, testing is absolutely necessary for an application, and even more than that, testing is one of the things that can be made fully automated. In theory, this looks awesome! Then why is this so hard sometimes (or many times) to do that for every project? While (automated) testing is something almost vital from a developer's point of view, it is exactly the opposite for the client (maybe not in all cases, but in the majority for sure). For the client, the reality is that testing means spending a lot of money for something that they never see. In the best case, they can see some reports saying that their project passed all the tests.
As we are creating more sites with Drupal 8, I've started using "View modes" when showing content and also getting twiggy with templating! In this article, I’m exploring the use of View modes as reusable content displays around the site.