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Posted by Erik Webb on Jun 30, 2015
In our continuing mission (well, not a mission; it’s actually a blog series) to help you improve your Drupal website, let’s look at the power of caching.
Posted by Adam Hoenich on Jun 30, 2015
Hi there. I’m Adam from Acquia. And I want YOU to adopt Drupal 8!
Posted by Bryan Hirsch on Jun 24, 2015
This is the third post in a multi-part series on using GitHub for Government. In previous posts, we've discussed the basics of GitHub, as well as what the public can see and do with GitHub. In this post we'll look at what Drupal code should and shouldn’t be in a public repository, and in future...
Posted by Janessa Worrell on Jun 18, 2015
Implementing agile development methodologies in a government setting can be quite difficult. Government agencies often want to know upfront exactly what they’re getting, and exactly what it will cost. From an agile development perspective, this is a major challenge.
Posted by Bryan Hirsch on Jun 17, 2015
This is the second post in a multi-part series on using GitHub for Government. In the first, we discussed the basics of getting your government agency up and running with GitHub. In this post, we'll take a look at what the public can see and do with GitHub, and in the upcoming posts, we'll discuss...
Posted by Heidi Wong on Jun 15, 2015
In business, technology is a means to an end, and using it effectively to achieve that end requires planning and strategy.
Posted by Adam Weingarten on Jun 12, 2015
Drupal is an incredibly flexible and expressive CMS and development framework. As a developer, it allows you to express yourself quickly and easily. That being said, being able to do anything​ can be a little overwhelming.
Posted by Janessa Worrell on Jun 11, 2015
It’s often the case for technical development teams to have both on-site and off-site team members. If confined to a certain geographic area when hiring, it’s likely your business won’t be able to tap into a wide enough developer skillset as you might find with no geographic boundaries. But when...