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!
Web Summit - Europe's largest technology marketplace
We recently launched a new site for the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (hereinafter HRI). You can find out more about HRI and its launch in a previous blog post. Search was an integral part of the site design and we were able to accomplish all our goals with Drupal 8 and Search API.
How can we create products and systems that make user experiences better and simultaneously are ecologically beneficial? How can we establish green processes that consider recycling, reutilisation and incremental improvement?
The Amazee Labs Austin team is proud to announce the launch of our Drupal 8 flagship site. While not our first Drupal 8 site, it is our biggest (yet), and the one where we learned the most. It’s been a wonderful eight months and we are so pleased to share this site with you.
Last month, for DrupalCon Dublin, I participated in my first sprint day… as a mentor. It was a day packed with fun, inspiration, motivation, non-stop learning, and a mention of webchick’s cat. Let’s dive in and find out what Sprint Mentoring is all about.
The Austin team made quite the splash at BADcamp this year. While it was my fourth BADcamp, for the rest of my team, it was their first time attending. Bonus: we were all speaking!
WebExpo Obsession - one of Europe’s largest web conferences with more than 2,000 attendees. An event covering the most pressing topics of the web.
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.