The most important project management camp in Switzerland is taking place in Zürich on June 3rd 2016.
We at Amazee Labs changed our development process a couple of months ago. We use now an agile scrum process to develop web projects for our customers.
We all know the English idiom that "A picture is worth more than a thousand words". Coming from 1911, this statement is also true more than ever in the digital age we're living in today. One can hardly disagree that some of the key smartphone features are its camera, the picture quality and the possibility to share them. At the #SMGZH of April 6, 2016 we learned from Thomas Benkö and Adrian Seitz about good ways to use Instagram to ensure a good online presence and how to let pictures talk.
Everybody who ever had to keep a website secure knows how hard this is: Almost every day there are updates for all the different services that run your website; starting from the Linux Kernel, to the web server, and the content management system, in our case Drupal, itself.
Jeder, der irgendwann einmal für die Sicherheit einer Website zuständig war oder ist weiss, wie schwierig und aufwendig diese Aufgabe ist. Es erscheinen fast täglich Security Updates für alle Services, welche die Website nutzt: das beginnt beim Linux Kernel, geht weiter mit dem Web Server bis hin zum Content Management System selbst, in unserem Fall Drupal.
Amazee Labs Cape Town recently moved to Muizenberg and as a first project to get to know our neighbours, we partnered with the False Bay Tourism and Business Association to redesign and relaunch their outdated website. We are proud to see the project go live this week.
TexasCamp 2016 took place over the weekend in The Big D — that's Dallas, TX for those of you not from around these parts. The Amazee Labs Austin team headed North to attend the two-day event, as Drupalers, networkers, and official Saturday night party sponsors.
The first official DrupalCon in Mumbai, India brought together more than 1000 attendees - from not only India, but from allover the world. Nine communities from across India partnered with the Drupal Association to make this event a special experience for everyone involved.
This is part two of my blog post series about DrupalCon Asia. Jump back to part one for my general impressions from India or read one of the various other blog posts describing DrupalCon Asia. I’d like to highlight some of the communities that were represented and involved in making DrupalCon Asia a success in this post.
It is our pleasure to introduce two new team members to you.
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.