Can you have it all?
In an ideal world we would be able to get the things we want immediately, in perfect condition AND at just the right price (preferably free). Unfortunately the real world of business doesn’t work that way. We have to make some compromises and choose the project parameters we value most, while sacrificing others.
What are page tables you ask? Page tables are a tool you can leverage in the strategy phase of your web project to help better inform the structure and content of your site.
Using page table will help you:
Learn how to make your clients love you. This session will uncover tips for successful collaborations and share how mastering human interactions is the key to happiness, success and job satisfaction.
Knowing how to collaborate effectively with clients and co-workers largely accounts for the success of our projects. Yet navigating these waters is not always easy. All of us have encountered sticky situations where clients or co-workers miscommunicate, leading to different intrepretations of reality, which can lead to conflict.
For those of you who weren't able to make it to DrupalCon this year — boy, did you miss out. Not because of the great sessions, continuous flow of Birds of a Feather talks or even the arcade in the sponsor hall (with pinball machine). DrupalCon's always been about networking with other people who have similar interests and aspirations — and Chicago didn't disappoint. Most of us actually spent more time talking and sharing with fellow Drupalistas than attending the sessions!
We at Chapter Three are very privileged to have Josh Koenig as one of our founders. His years of experience within the Drupal Community, whether through contributions to Drupal modules and core patches, or in the development of high-performance solutions for Drupal websites, has played a major part in making our company one of the Drupal World’s cutting edge firms.
Just a note to all kindly Drupalists and your followers. I'll be appearing at SxSw interactive to talk about Drupal in the Cloud, sporting an updated presentation which includes info on how we're using BZR to create a "cloud platform", where all that's going anyway, plus details about our forthcoming Mercury on-demand service.
We are all really excited that DrupalCon will be happening in San Francisco this April, and now we're really excited to help bring our Drupal knowledge to the masses. We are a part of nine different and wonderful sessions proposals for DrupalCon, focusing on design tools, designer/developer interaction, Agile project management for Drupal, Drupal in the Cloud (with our partners at Rackspace), Drupal as a product platform, how to grow your Drupal firm, and Continuous Integration & Automated Testing.
It was a great time as always at BADCamp. Chapter Three brought in copious coffee from Ritual Roasters and supplied bagels for morning munchies and I was excited to give my "Drupal in the Cloud" talk, as well as a more in-depth presentation on making Drupal fast and scalable. Matt and Jon rocked worlds with their talks digging into what we're calling "The Panels Paradigm" around here, and Squiggy introduced a room full of folks to the nuts and bolts of theming in Views 2.0.