This weekend, Michael Schmid and I are attending the Midwest’s premier Drupal event, Midcamp. Formerly Madcamp, or DrupalCamp Chicago, this event is March 16-19, 2016 at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), in - you guessed it - Chicago, Illinois.
After my entrance exam for college, I got to spend three days at the Amazee Labs office in Zurich last week. The goal was to get insight into the working environment.
On March 9, 2016 I was lucky enough to get a spot at the inauguration event of ‘we shape tech’. Eagerly anticipating the date, I was really glad Dagmar joined me. With more than 100 women gathering at Impact Hub Zürich the first meet-up was a great success.
DrupalCon Asia was an impressive and very successful event, bringing together more than 1000 Drupalistas from India, Asia and the entire world.
This conference was special in many ways. The spirits of the various Indian Drupal communities definitely had a huge impact on how outside visitors, like myself, perceived the whole conference. It was great to see so many people from all over India and beyond gather for 4 days of sessions, sprinting, BoFs and more.
Amazee Labs DevOps welcomes their first US team member, to expand its global coverage and allowing our resident Swiss “do-it-all” guy Bastian a much-needed break.
This week you have a chance to vote twice for Schnitzel!
Morgenstund hat bekanntlich Gold im Mund und deswegen laden wir einmal im Quartal unsere Kunden zum morgendlichen WebExpresso ein.
Even after a month, I still feel the need to pinch myself every morning to reassure that I’m waking up to the sound of the waves coming through my bedroom window.
DrupalCon New Orleans may still seem far, far away in the distant future — but it’s not! — and the deadline for session submissions is quickly approaching! February 29th will be here in one short week. Can you believe it?
Having tight security measures is key to today’s infrastructure and an important factor for us here at Amazee Labs. If there is a security vulnerability, one of the most critical factors is time. These days it only takes roughly 24 hours for rogue hackers to exploit a known security issue and launch the first attacks.