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Explaining Varnish for Beginners

A short time ago I published a presentation I gave at DrupalACT entitled 'Varnish for Beginners'. Whilst the presentation itself went down well and those attending hopefully garnered a good amount of knowledge, I thought I'd share the basics in this blog post for those who would like to know more about it.

What is Varnish?

Personalizing the Digital Experience Using Simple Taxonomy

(Part 2 of the Exploring Personalization Blog Series)

There aren’t a shortage of tools and techniques surrounding successful personalization as I discussed in my last blog post. But with that being said, executing through precise, innovative taxonomy needs to be done effectively in order to turn viewers into returning visitors.

Responsive Design in Higher Education: How Do We Do It Better?

At our higher education Meetup last week in Atlanta (http://higheredmeetupatlanta.drupalgardens.com/#), Savannah College of Art and Design (our host school) presented their new Drupal web site and talked about how it’s impacting their overall business. The assembled group was impressed with what they saw.

The Wisdom of Crowds and The Open Source Way

What do high-speed rail, ash tree dieback, and changing world demographics have in common?

These are just three projects that are actively harnessing what James Surowiecki refers to as, The Wisdom of Crowds.

Open Source Design

Low-cost Drupal website brings high-end rewards for Kansas City non-profit

The journey from a dimly lit photo of a young woman with a blank stare to the smiling young man at the top of the homepage is a metaphor for the hope that Higher M-Pact brings to troubled teens, but also mirrors the journey of Higher M-Pact’s online presence.

What does the White House's Executive Order mean for Open Government?

(Part 1 of the "Open Gov" blog series)

The White House's Executive Order of May 9, will cause a shift in the way that Federal agencies present data. The Executive Order, “Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default for Government Information,” mandates that, “the default state of new and modernized Government information resources shall be open and machine readable.”

Why Steve Jobs Would Have Loved Drupal

I’m an unashamed Apple fanboy. I’ll resist the temptation to #humblebrag about all the Apple gear I’ve owned through the years. I worship at the altar of the late Steve Jobs, who while flawed, has inspired me through his relentless passion and creativity.

News of the paperback release of his autobiography in September reminded me of one of my favorite moments from his book:

Drupal : Alter Way et Acquia lancent Acquia Cloud Extend en France [15 mai 2013]

Submitted on
woensdag, 15 mei 2013
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LeMagIt

par Cyrille Chausson

Acquia, une société spécialisée dans le service autour du CMS Open Source Drupal et fondée par le créateur de Drupal, et Alter Way, l’une des SSLL clés dans l’Hexagone, ont décidé de renforcer leur partenariat en proposant Acquia Cloud Extend au marché français. Cette offre conjugue certes un hébergement de Drupal sur des datacenters français, mais donne également accès à l’offre Acquia Cloud, qui apporte un environnement expert autour de Drupal, doué notamment d’un environnement de développement, d’un accès aux API d’Acquia Cloud, et d’outils d’optimisation des déploiements, comme l’indique le site d’Acquia. Un workflow automatisé ainsi qu’un système de stacking adapté à Drupal sont également intégrés, souligne Alter Way dans un communiqué. A cela s’ajoute un accès aux experts de chez Acquia.

Alter Way, qui était déjà partenaire d’Acquia autour de l’intégration Drupal, servira ainsi de relai pour lancer cette offre Cloud en France, «pays-pilote» avant un déploiement de l’offre à l’international.

Alter Way propose des services d’hébergement de sites Web et dispose également d’une offre cloud baptisée H2O, à base de solutions Open Source.

DrupalCon Portland 2013 Opens to Record Attendance [May 21, 2013]

Submitted on
dinsdag, 21 mei 2013
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The Drupal Association

Event features keynote by Drupal founder, Dries Buytaert; substantial content focused on upcoming Drupal 8 release.

The Drupal Association, the nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the Drupal open source CMS project flourish, today announced that DrupalCon Portland 2013 has set a new record for attendance. The event opens today with more than 3,300 attendees, including a mix of individual developers, designers, IT managers, agencies and Fortune 100 companies. The event takes place at the Oregon Convention Center.

“The amazing global community that powers Drupal continues to grow in energy and numbers,” said Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association, which produces and hosts annual DrupalCon events around the world. “DrupalCon is where the community comes together to share and grow technical and design skills, network with friends, exchange best practices and drive the Drupal project forward.”

As always, DrupalCon kicks off with Drupal founder, Dries Buytaert’s keynote address followed by three days of keynotes, technical sessions, training and networking events. Speakers include renowned user experience expert Karen McGrane and Silicon Valley author and engineering leader Michael Lopp.

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