Teamwork, knowledge sharing, innovation and openness are just some of the values we build our company's culture on. These are values that we as an active contributor share with the Drupal community, and encourage our employees in. We have several great initiatives like WunderCon (this is our yearly internal company wide conference) and WunderTalks (weekly online sessions hosted by any employee) that bring wunderers together, but this time I would like to share an initiative our Latvian offices came up with – Innovation Fridays.
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Earlier this year, I formally took the position of the first CTO of Wunder. In this post, I would like to share my vision for where we are headed in terms of technology strategy.
Over the years, the work we have done has led us to be recognised as a leading partner for delivering agile Drupal projects in all of our markets. This experience has also been complemented with other technologies, from fancy user interfaces created with Angular or React to powerful data analysis solutions built with Elasticsearch. However, we need to expand this ecosystem.
Multilingual sites are more and more common nowadays, at least a requirement in most of the projects we build. That’s why I wanted to create a list of tips for developing a multilingual Drupal 8 site. All the tips are about translations, and yes, this post is going to the technical bits.
Last week, I travelled with some of my colleagues from the Wunder Group to Seville. I've been to Seville many times before (I was born only 2h away), but this time was special. This time I was meeting with 279 friends from the amazing Drupal community. And personally, I was very happy to see so many Drupalists from Spain and Portugal, some of them attending their first Drupal Dev Days.