Zapier is a SAAS integrator that makes it easy for non-coders to connect systems. They have support for many systems, for example, Slack, Salesforce, Jira, Gmail, letting you map data from one system into another on creation.
We just returned from GovCon 2018 and we're already excited for next year. If you missed our sessions or would just like to watch them again, you're in luck! We've put together a recap of everything we did at GovCon this year.
Normally one of our staff gives a presentation about a topic related to web development. This time, we decided to do a surprise team building exercise with our rendition of the popular real life game, Escape the Room.
It is high time to drop that tired old Rocky, cheesesteak, LOVE statue narrative of Philadelphia in favor of a message that reflects the current of a vibrant Philly — overflowing with intellect, resources, and an affordable quality of life for entrepreneurs.
It’s a challenge to locate a service provider who truly meets your business and procurement objectives. This can be especially challenging in the Drupal, & broader Open Source Software, ecosystems, where anybody can label themselves "experts." That’s the conundrum Clutch solves.
We are very excited to announce the launch of the DCTV and Beyond Bullets websites.
DCTV is a very cool media arts center based in New York. DCTV's firehouse was home to Democracy Now and currently trains 2,000 students a year. The relatively small organization can boast to winning 15 Emmy awards!
This past weekend I had the pleasures of attending PublicMediaCamp which was "an initiative to strengthen the relationship that public broadcasters have with their communities through the creation of collaborative projects."
As noted in Jody's blog-post regarding this same subject, there are a number of tools out there which allow for simple cvs checkout from Drupal's repository. Unfortunately, they need to be installed separately for each website, which can be a pain.
As many of you know, I am helping to organize Drupal's participation for this years Google Summer of Code for this year, and one of my duties is to help recruit mentors and help them connect with students working on some of the awesome community and student project ideas that have been proposed.
2008 was a hell of a year.
After a few years as an independent contractor, I incorporated Zivtech in January. In April, Jody and I decided to become business partners (which, coincidentally, happened in the same week I learned I was going to be a father for the first time), and by the end of the year we had grown to an eleven person shop.