Posted by Andy Blanchard on Monday, May 19, 2014 - 10:02

Whether seeking to increase enrollment of prospective students, improve efficiency for current students, and/or communicate effectively and generate development funds from alumni, Higher Education organizations must have a strong, well-organized website and online presence to meet the growing demands of the next generation of students, parents, alumni and faculty. 

Posted by Amanda Lewan on Monday, May 12, 2014 - 12:43
We’ve been keeping our eye on a new digital currency available for online use. Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer payment system first introduced as open source software back in 2009. 
Since 2009, the online payment system has grown significantly. Although it’s had some ups and downs for acceptance rates, it is now being more widely adopted by businesses.
Posted by Andy Blanchard on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 16:06
Over the last decade, escalating globalization in manufacturing has made digital strategy for your website vital. With increasing competition and online transactions, your website must be more than just a standalone billboard in order to thrive in the world market. If you are not capturing leads, gaining traffic, and continually educating clients and distributors about your products, you are not fully leveraging your website's potential. 
A website is the front door to your customers online.
Posted by Joe Haskins on Thursday, April 3, 2014 - 08:49

I recently took the Acquia Certified Developer exam and I’m proud to say that I passed by a significant margin. While it was by no means easy, it shouldn’t be insanely difficult for anyone who is a competent, experienced Drupal developer to get a passing score.

Posted by Chris Keller on Saturday, February 15, 2014 - 08:11

At Commercial Progression we rely heavily on Drush. We use it to download modules, enable them, update/revert our features, clear the cache, and make our coffee in the morning (feature request). It’s hard to imagine life as a Drupal developer without it and I would like to share a feature of Drush that I find very useful. Drush provides an easy way to keep your environment's files and database in sync. I will show you how to set this up and make your life just a little bit easier.

Posted by Brad Czerniak on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 - 12:22

Late last year I got an interesting email. It was an invitation to speak at the online precursor to the American Library Association's midwinter conference, predicated on my status as the first person to implement responsive design for a library website. This wasn't something I had really thought about, but I suppose it's true.

Anyhow, I thought it would be nice to share the slides and speaker notes from this presentation, in case anyone would like to reuse my drawings or find additional information about the topics I presented.

Posted by Joe Haskins on Friday, January 3, 2014 - 11:33

Many Drupal developers will agree that Feeds is the go-to module for importing content into Drupal. While it works great “out of the box” for importing spreadsheets, xml files, or nearly anything else you can throw at it, sometimes you need to do more than just save values to a field. What happens if you need to do some additional processing on the values before you save them?

Posted by Chris Keller on Thursday, December 26, 2013 - 11:34

When I first started developing Drupal sites the front page baffled me a bit. What if I didn’t want the front page to show “No front page content has been created yet.”? What if I wanted to give the client more control over the front page content? As I learned more and more about Drupal I found a couple of solutions.

Posted by Amanda Lewan on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 13:50

Dr. Gary Benninger is a lifelong inventor, innovator, climber and seasoned mountaineer. He earned his doctorate in Physics [in 1970], and has been hiking, climbing and creating gear for himself and friends for 40+ years. After working for NASA and leading a Fortune 500 automotive supplier, he has decided to take his passion for creating down-lined garments and keeping warm to the next level.