Recently, I took a month off to do the Amazee Extreme Challenge: after 3 years, each of us gets the opportunity to do something we would like to challenge ourselves with. In 31 days, I cycled from Switzerland over the Alps to DrupalCon Vienna. This post is intended to reflect on how my journey went and share some of the experiences I had while riding the DrupAlps tour.
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At the end of a great month of cycling, a great week of summits, pieces of training, keynotes and more at #DrupalConEUR, the last and final day of this week-long conference was all about sprinting. Let me share my wrap-up of the DrupalCon’s Friday sprints in this blog post.
In a bit less than a week's time of writing this post, I’ll be packing my bag and getting ready to fly from Edinburgh to Vienna for the annual DrupalCon event.
We’d like you to meet our newest member, Sian Wheeler, who joined our Zurich team in August. She will be our marketing intern for the next 6 months while I'm on maternity leave.
She moved from Barcelona, Spain to Austin, Texas and now she is joining us, here in Zurich, Switzerland. Maria, we're excited to welcome you to our very own Amazee Labs hub.
As per the extreme version of Tour de Drupal, my plan is to cycle from Switzerland to DrupalCon Vienna by crossing the Alps 6 times. The tour will take me over some of the most challenging Alp passes using my road cycle.
Cycling is a great way to travel, experience new things and meet like-minded people. Join us for Tour de Drupal Vienna and let’s cycle together to DrupalCon!
After a long wait, we can finally share the exciting 3-minute video of our Amazee10 celebrations we had in April. If a picture can speak a thousand words, then this video can translate into many chapters of our Amazee-ing story and the journey of both our team and company.
Thanks to you, the Drupal Community, our Periodic Table of Drupal 8 Modules is a smash hit! So much so that the 100 prints we brought to Baltimore are gone. By popular demand, however, we're providing the PDF for download—perfect for a desktop or a print of your very own.