Get ready for OpenStack Summit, taking place May 18-22 in Vancouver, British Columbia, with this agenda preview and a great collection of OpenStack resources.
After the announcement, our community growth skyrocketed. Our investors were so impressed by the welcoming of our open source announcement that they let us go ahead with open sourcing biicode early. We worked hard to release most of it in biicode 3.0.
Ben Pritchett sits down with DrupalCon presenter Joshua Lee to learn about the International Biosecurity Intelligence System, an information gathering tool that automatically grabs articles from different sources, which are either trusted or need human verification.
Meritocracy is a great driver of innovation, but if we want to get to the best ideas, we need diversity of thought and an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome to participate and offer different perspectives.
An introduction to Wagtail, a flexible Django CMS currently available.
Drupal Association advisory board member Greg Knaddison and the University of Michigan's Michael Hess discuss managing security advisories from external libraries, plans for automated security updates, code reviews, and what to expect in Drupal 8 ahead of their talk at DrupalCon Los Angeles.
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
David Strauss tells us how Pantheon uses containers to isolate many Drupal applications from development to production environments. His upcoming DrupalCon talk, PHP Containers at Scale: 5K Containers per Server, will give us an idea of the techniques for defining and configuring containers to get... Read more
When you're interested in learning a new technology, sometimes the best way is to watch it in action—or at the very least, to have someone explain it one-on-one. Unfortunately, we don't all have a personal technology coach for every new thing out there, so we turn to the next best thing: a great... Read more
People with different skill sets need to work together to build one coherent, solid, good-looking website that works well and is easy to navigate. It's often very hard to place yourself in somebody else's shoes, so it requires discipline for this to work well.