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Why Project Managers Should Take the Site Builder – Drupal 8 Acquia Certification Exam

        Filed under: Converting to Drupal 8, Drupal

A couple months ago, most of my colleagues decided to take the Acquia Drupal Certifications path. Of course, most of them are developers, so it made a lot of sense for them. In my case, I’m a Project Manager, Business Analyst and tester, so it hadn’t crossed my mind until my boss brought it up; … Continued

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Acquia Certified Site Builder Drupal 8

Acquia Certified Drupal Developers for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

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Washington, DC – October 8, 2018 – I am so proud of my team who all took the Acquia Certification challenge for Drupal. So far, in the last few weeks, we have successfully accomplished the following certifications: Acquia Certified Drupal Developer – Drupal 8 – Daniel Johnson Acquia Certified Site Builder – Drupal 8 – … Continued

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Preparation for the Acquia Site Builder certification

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I’ve been leading Drupal projects for around 7 years, and I’m pretty familiar with all the Drupal features, backend functionality, security and maintenance of Drupal websites, but I had never created a Drupal website on my own. I’ve also been managing websites that use a lot of custom and contrib modules, so it was hard … Continued

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Estimating Story Points is like Guessing Jellybeans in a Jar

        Filed under: Agile development

Estimating time and story points are critical aspects of managing projects and planning sprints. How else are you going to determine how much work you can take on in a sprint if you don’t have any idea how much effort it might take to perform certain things and satisfy certain user stories? When it comes … Continued

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Drupal 7: Display Unpublished nodes in a view

        Filed under: Drupal

Long story short: Not doable with the default permissions (I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true) Drupal 7 has a permission called ‘View own unpublished content’, and it works well when it comes to see the actual unpublished node, but it doesn’t work when you try to build a View with them, even if … Continued

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Acquia certified site builder drupal 8

How to pass the Acquia Drupal 8 Site Builder exam

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This summer has been great so far. I got the chance to vacation with my parents and family in New York and DC. I also had the absolute pleasure of seeing my 5year old son ride a bike on his own. And oh yes, I cleared the Drupal 8 Site Builder exam. Why attempt this certification, … Continued

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Acquia certified site builder drupal 8

Acquia Certified Site Builder (Drupal 8)

        Filed under: Agile development

WASHINGTON, DC – July 11, 2018; Agileana is pleased to announce that Shefali Naik, our Chief Technology Officer (CFO), has successfully passed the Acquia Certified Site Builder for Drupal 8 exam. Shefali is a software engineer and computer scientist holding a Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), SAFe … Continued

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Acquia Certified Drupal Site Builder

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Congratulations to Felipe Ceballos, a senior Drupal developer at Agileana who has been with the company and its parent company, inQbation, since the beginning, for passing the Acquia Certified Drupal Site Builder exam. While Felipe has been working with Drupal 7 since 2009 and WordPress since 2008, and has attended many Drupalcons and Wordcamps, he … Continued

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D7 to D8 migration

Is it time for agencies to upgrade from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8?

        Filed under: Converting to Drupal 8, Drupal, Drupal 7 vs Drupal 8

Over a quarter million D7 websites According to Builtwith, a company that detects the technologies powering all websites around the world, over 1.5 million websites have been powered by Drupal at one time or another. As of this writing, over 600,000 websites are currently powered by Drupal. Of those websites, approximately half (386,138) are currently … Continued


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Continuous Integration sucking up all your disc space?

        Filed under: Agile development

As Agilists, we strive to be always delivering, always shipping, always integrating, and always monitoring. We also want to automate at much as possible so we reduce probability of human error and not waste time. However, in our effort to automate the non-human part of the software development process, with continuous integration and facilitating technical … Continued


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Perhaps Congress should be more agile

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We have found Agile to be an effective framework for more than just developing software. We also use Agile to start new businesses, manage projects, and plan vacations. Indeed, Agile is a methodology, philosophy, and framework for almost anything in your life. So, the thought occurred to me that if Congress were just more agile, … Continued

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