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Acquia Engage Partner Sponsor, Phase2, on Drupal 8

With Acquia Engage 2015 just days away, it's all Engage all the time at Acquia headquarters. In the midst of juggling many moving parts, finalizing logistics, and getting really excited for a big week ahead, I wanted to take a moment to share some great new Drupal 8 content from one of our partners, and Engage sponsors, Phase2.

Phase2 Technology

Phase2 is a recognized leader in open technology. They design and build some of the most trusted websites in the world with a focus on Content, Collaboration, and Experience. Organizations like RedHat, The United Nations, and The NBA, rely on Phase2’s technical expertise to craft robust digital solutions and collaboration systems. Founded in 2001, Phase2 is headquartered in Alexandria, VA, and has offices in New York, San Francisco, and Portland. Through their partnership with Acquia, they act as top-notch Drupal experts, and we're excited to see some great new content coming out of their organization after the recent announcement of the first Drupal 8 Release Candidate.

With the early release of Drupal 8 into the market, we thought this content fitting to share. Especially for those not sure what the arrival of Drupal 8 will bring, this content should be a good primer. They've developed a Drupal 8 video series, and also published a great blog post on Mitigating Risks with Drupal 8. Check out the first video below, and if you like what you see, feel free to click through for part 2 and part 3!

Thanks to Phase2 for sharing their Drupal 8 knowledge with us, and for being a sponsor of Engage 2015. We're looking forward to seeing many customers, partners, and prospects in just a few short days!

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