Remodeling Four Kitchens: A look inside our new brand
With the additions of Advomatic and Manatí, we’ve had an exciting few years at Four Kitchens. While we’ve remained fundamentally the same organization, we’ve also been evolving into something new. It’s time for our brand to catch up.Learn more
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UT Austin DrupalCamp
This Friday, May 18th, the University of Texas at Austin will host their first UT Austin DrupalCamp. We're excited to announce that our very own David Diers will be presenting two talks at the event! Drupal Mario Bros: Best Practice Workflows for Developing and Maintaining Drupal Websites A best practices session for anyone currently working with, or planning to work with, Drupal. Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM at FAC 10
Migrating old HTML files into Drupal
The Internet in the 90's - a much simpler place. We've done several migrations for clients who need their old, legacy content imported into Drupal from a collection of static HTML files. In this post I'll outline the procedure we use to migrate, and provide some solutions to common problems related to encoding, line endings and parsing HTML with QueryPath. Code snippets are provided inline, and complete source code is provided as a Github gist. 1. Setup a Migration source
Four Kitchens is sponsoring DrupalCamp Stanford and web chef Diana Montalion Dupuis is in sunny Palo Alto to offer two sessions: Drupal for NonGeeks and Mad Skillz: Be the Best in the World.
Four Kitchens is now Bluemarine Synergistics!
Today starts a new month and a fresh beginning for Drupal. After many discussions over many drinks at DrupalCon Denver, we’re proud to announce a strategic inflection point for the Drupal community. As of today, the following companies will be merging into one company -- a new formidable force in the Drupal community: Lullabot NodeOne
Varnish book released
Today, Varnish Software released The Varnish Book, an effort they've been working at since 2008. It's available under a CC license as a PDF download and online reference from their website.
Channel your inner geek poet. Drupal Poetry is here!
In 4K Labs, (our own version of google "20% time") we've built a web-based, Drupal-powered version of those "magnetic poetry" kits you may have seen on someone's refrigerator. Drupal Poetry is a web version of "magnetic poetry," complete with a touch-and-drag interface for tablets/phones and includes several Drupal-centric word packs. After you've crafted your masterpiece, log in to Twitter, and share you poem with other Drupalers and the world!
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