From January 28-29, 2017, Drupal contributors from around the globe gathered in coffee shops, co-working spaces, and corporate offices with one shared goal: to hammer on Drupal and knock out some core issues.
The 37th Social Media Gipfel was hosted at NZZ Bistro by tibits on 1 February 2017 and we talked about the importance of really listening to your community, how to react and much more.
The first WebMonday of 2017 was recently hosted at Impact Hub Zurich and once again it proved to be an evening filled with excellent talks covering interesting and relevant topics.
On the 20th and 21st of January the beautiful town of Dornbirn, Austria hosted one of the most exciting web technology conferences of 2017. The organizers of AgentConf managed to assemble a strong lineup of speakers from all over the world with presentation topics focusing around the latest tools and technologies.
We couldn’t keep our success and excitement with our React projects to ourselves any longer so we decided to organize a 5-day React training workshop in Zurich from 23-27 January to help grow the local React community.
Towards the end of 2016, Amazee Labs Austin launched a new site for The Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI), dedicated to advancing the long-term sustainable use and conservation of the Gulf of Mexico.
This is my fourth year as a member of the North American DrupalCon Program Team. Each year, I'm surprised how quickly the submission deadline rolls around. The conference is in late April, but did you realize the submission deadline is less than two short weeks away?
At Amazee Labs, we are successfully using React in a number of projects. We decided that it’s about time to organize a React training workshop in Zurich to help grow the local React community. That’s why we invited Kristijan "Kitze" Ristovski to run a React training workshop.