Today kicks off the 2014 Twin Cities Drupal Camp in Minneapolis. Aten’s lead Front-end Developer, John Ferris, is there to present his session Layout Design Patterns.
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Capital Camp and Gov Days 2014 is Jul 30th-Aug 1st at the National Institutes of Health. Aten is helping sponsor, and we have two sessions. Come join us!
Aten is proud to host the Camp's Saturday Night Party. Bike, walk or drive to Forest Room 5 to kick off a night of fun and conversation in LoHi.
Design4Drupal 2014 is almost here, and Aten couldn't be more excited. This year, along with being the Design Partner for the event, members of Aten's Design & UX team will be presenting four different sessions.
This year's Design4Drupal (August 1-3) has been structured to give each day a specific focus. Friday kicks things off with a business summit, Saturday is chock full of sessions and Sunday wraps things up with sprints and trainings. Make sure you catch as many of Aten's sessions on Saturday as you can:
Aten is always looking for good opportunities to contribute useful code around the open source software we use. Here are some opportunities we've found recently.
Slated to be part of Drupal 8 core, Entity Reference is a field type module you should be familiar with now. I hope to give a practical example of how the Entity Reference module can be utilized and introduce a few other modules that greatly improve its usability.
DrupalCamp Colorado is right around the corner. It starts off with a full day of trainings and workshops on Friday, August 1st. Two days of sessions follow on Saturday and Sunday.
At Aten, I tend to work on already live websites. Sometimes this means small bug fixes. Sometimes it encompasses information architecture, design work, a weeklong development sprint, and working on the front end. In most cases my work is on a site I didn't build originally and often on a site Aten didn't build.
I started putting some notes together on some of the gotchas I run across when working on new-to-me sites. This will become a series of blog posts, but one always has to start at the beginning: getting the site working on your local environment.
I’m excited to announce that on May 13th, I’ll be participating in the Africa Roundtable, a webinar organized by Kabissa that brings together people in interested in Africa to learn from and network with one another. I’ll be talking about how OpenAid, a Drupal distribution for NGOs and NPOs, is helping organizations worldwide establish a strong online presence.
Here are the details: