In software just about all project management methodologies get labeled one of two things: Agile or Waterfall. There are formal definitions of both labels, but in practice few companies stick to those definitions particularly in the world of consulting. For people who really care about such things, there are actually many more methodologies out there but largely for marketing reasons we call any process that’s linear in nature Waterfall, and any that is iterative... - News from Planet Drupal
A graphic designer has created the general look and feel based on this, and you can see this... - WordPress Work From UpWork
We're excited to announce that 14 Lullabots will be speaking at DrupalCon Seattle! From presentations to panel discussions, we're looking forward to sharing insights and good conversation with our fellow Drupalers. Get ready for mass Starbucks consumption and the following Lullabot sessions. And yes, we will be hosting a party in case you're wondering. Stay tuned for more details!
There are a number of things you have to do to make Drupal a first-class citizen inside a Kubernetes cluster, like adding a shared filesystem (e.g. PV/PVC over networked file share) for the files directory (which can contain generated files like image derivatives, generated PHP, and twig template caches), and setting up containers to... - News from Planet Drupal
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Once I got a task to fix a bug. While bug itself was easy to fix, I had to find the commit where it was introduced. To describe why I had to do it, I have to explain a bit our development process.
Attending Drupal Events grows our community
In my last blog post about Talking about Advanced Webforms and Showing Code, I mentioned my presentation needed work and I needed practice. At DrupalCamp Atlanta, I was able to do just that. I delivered my 'Advanced Webform' presentation and received... - News from Planet Drupal
If you’re evaluating CMS platforms for an upcoming project, Drupal should be one platform that you consider. It was built for generating content and also has robust ecommerce abilities through the Drupal Commerce module. If you only need to publish content, it’s great for that. If you only need ecommerce, it’s great for that, too. The fact that it does both very well is a winning combination that will always be available to you, now or down the road. This post takes a look under the hood... - News from Planet Drupal
I was lucky enough to attend the Belgian DrupalCamp along with fellow Amazees Dan and Vijay. Organized by the Drupal community, this event is held annually in different cities in Belgium.