Jun 13, 2013
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Commerce Village at DrupalCon Portland to drink, see demos, and meet the folks who make Drupal Commerce thrive. We had some great sessions, too, both in our Village Square and in the main conference.
If you couldn't make it, don't worry: we recorded all the sessions and have posted them to our site. And although there were some only-at-DrupalCon opportunities, home-schooled Drupalistas won't remain empty-handed! Read on....
Jun 10, 2013
We make a habit of attending as many camps as we can, and often contribute talks and sponsorships when we are able. So when DrupalCamp Paris was announced, we couldn't miss the opportunity to submit as many talks as we could... considering it was in our own backyard!
May 16, 2013
** UPDATED ** We're going to live broadcast everything so those who are unable to join in person can still join virtually!
May 13, 2013
Drupal Commerce Delivery Partner Program to Launch at DrupalCon Portland
The Opportunity (and why you should care about Drupal Commerce)
May 3, 2013
I was very (very!) excited to deliver my very first keynote speech at this year’s Drupalcamp Scotland. It was of course full of technical glitches, but all told, a fun experience! I was also able to give a more tactical talk about estimation which I’ve had the joy of sharing with Jakob Person who co-wrote it with me.
In case you missed it, JAM offered to do a fun interview for the Acquia Podcast -- thanks again for letting me plug away Kickstart, Marketplace, and Turbo Tickets! Our next big push for Portland will also be exciting -- Commerce Platform hosting! We’re very psyched about that :)
Mar 25, 2013
Let’s get some Project Management up in here!
Mar 18, 2013
Collaboration in open source is a key element to why it is so successful. You can see the effect of enabling collaboration in this video. In the first minute, it is just a couple guys working on the software. But then, they open a new branch, and invite the whole world to help contribute, and you see a swarm of activity that results as people cooperate and collaborate on building something that benefits everyone.
Mar 12, 2013
I've been a little reluctant to go to camps if I'm being honest. They always gave off a "coders only!" kind of vibe, and not being a codemonkey myself, I was afraid of feeling useless or left out. This year I was lucky enough not only to attend this event, but to speak at it (I'd like to give very big thank you to the sponsors of Drupalcamp Stockholm and to Commerce Guys for making my trip to Stockholm possible!).
This camp was in a word: Awesome. They sold out, and for good reason! Here are my top 5 reasons for why this camp really rocked it:
Feb 25, 2013
I absolutely love going to Drupalcons. The excitement is palpable and it's always so great to catch up with the core team, sponsors, speakers & other awesome contributors in person. But it wasn't always so for me!
Feb 19, 2013
I've recently moved to London and it's been a great experience for me so far.