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Do Drupal Right

Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 11:22am

ConvergeSE is an immersive web design, development and business conference full of informative worshops and inspiring keynotes. Mediacurrent's own Kendall Totten will be leading the session "Choosing Drupal as a CMS Framework for your next project, which covers a wide range of subjects, such as

  • What is Drupal and what makes it great?
  • What is involved with building & theming a Drupal site.
  • How to get a Drupal site off the ground quickly

Join Kendall on the Front End track, or explore some of the other tracks, such as Design, Gaming, Makers, UX, Development, and Business and Marketing.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - 11:52am

An interesting platform I came across recently for developing and deploying cloud applications is OpenShift by RedHat. OpenShift is a next generation application hosting platform. The software running this service is open-sourced under the name OpenShift Origin, and is available on GitHub. Developers use Git to deploy web applications in different languages to the platform.

Monday, March 31, 2014 - 12:51pm

Getting started in Drupal can be daunting.  The first hurdle most people encounter is the terminology Drupal uses.  Some terms may be completely unfamiliar while others have a different meaning depending on the context.  The faster you learn to understand and speak Drupaleze, the easier it will be to communicate with other Drupal developers more effectively. To that end, here are a list of terms commonly used in the Drupal world:

Thursday, March 27, 2014 - 2:34pm

Yesterday, we announced to the local Atlanta Drupal community that Mediacurrent would not be playing a lead organizational role in Drupalcamp Atlanta 2014. Below is the email I shared with the member list from the Atlanta Drupal User Group:

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 1:22pm

Great Wide Open is a conference featuring 45 minute sessions and 1.5 hour workshops exploring Open Source, Open Tech, and the Open Web in the Enterprise.  It will feature some of the world's top developers, technologists and decision makers, including yours truly, the Mediacurrent team. We'd love to send you there for free. Enter to win one of 8 registrations for the conference. See you there!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 11:46am

1.  So Erin, what's your role at Mediacurrent, both internally and client-related?

My title is Business Development.  This includes working with prospective clients to see if Mediacurrent can solve their Drupal and Digital Strategy needs.  I also work with our Partners and Alliances to better serve our clients and provide a complete solution.  Internally, I work a lot with our Marketing and Project Management teams.  As someone goes from visiting our website to a Discovery engagement to a site maintenance plan, I try to keep everything moving in the right direction.

2.  We’re so glad to have you!  Give us an idea of what professional path brought you here.

Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 4:35pm

Recently, Medicurrent's Co-Founder Dave Terry and Solutions Architect Jason Smith joined Business in the Morning to discuss the value of open source solutions, the power of a virtual company and how that impacts company culture, and one of our biggest wins -

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - 10:18am

I recently had the opportunity to be a featured speaker at Drupalcamp Florida. In my session, we went over the new features of Drupal 8 and what you can expect to see in the forthcoming version. From CMI, views in core, web services, mobile and HTML5 we talked about the new features and showed a live demo of some of the new features. In addition the session covered how to help finalize Drupal 8 and get involved yourself.

Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 10:49am

On larger projects it is likely that you be working with at least one other person on front-end tasks. This can be a great learning experience and be helpful to your developers too.
There are several aspects that can make a collaborative project a success. I have broken them down into development tools, techniques, and review processes.

Monday, March 10, 2014 - 2:25pm

1.  So Jonathan, what's your role at Mediacurrent, both internally and client-related?

As a senior developer at Mediacurrent, I do anything that is necessary to make sure that the vision of the client is executed and delivered on time and in budget.  I fill gaps wherever necessary, from architecture to module updates.  Internally, I work with the devops team to charter a new evolution of local development through the use of great tools such as Vagrant, provisioning software, and virtual machines to create an easily managed and unified local development platform. 

2.  We’re so glad to have you!  Give us an idea of what professional path brought you here.