Posts tagged with term Wordpress

From Drupal and WordPress to Node.js Café

Exove_Nodejs cafe

As some of you probably know, every second Tuesday of each month we organize either WordPress or Drupal Café at our premises in Ruoholahti. There’s also been a couple of Concrete5 Cafés. For those who have never heard about this kind of café before: it’s a simple event that basically gathers together the people sharing the same interest.

Wordpress Café coming to Estonia

Exove is proud to announce that we are expanding our WordPress Café to Estonia! On 21 April our Tallinn office will open its doors for the first session. WordPress Café is a free event for everyone interested in WordPress.

Keynote

Viking Motors case study, Tauno Hanni, development director at OKIA

Technology Does Not Matter

I've had the privilege of attending some great events this year: WordCamp, PHP / eZ Publish Summer Camp and finally DrupalCon. These were all great experiences for a professional working with Web Content Management, but the most food for thought came from a much more modest event: A two hour breakfast seminar titled "The right content for the right context".

The three larger events focused on specific Content Management Systems:

Attending WordCamp Finland May 8th

Exove staff at WordCamp Finland 2015 in Tampere - Exove was gold sponsor

Exove Sponsored WordCamp Finland - an event that gathered the Finnish WordPress community at the heart of Tampere on May 8th. We had a group of five people attending the event.

During the day we had the chance to attend presentations and have some interesting discussions about WordPress and web development as a whole. The most notable topics being WordPress specific hosting services, the upcoming REST API, multilingual multisite installations, Security and WordPress as an eCommerce Platform.

Using WordPress as a Framework - Slides

Marco Martins talks at Exove WordPress Café about using WordPress as a framework

We had yet again an excellent WordPress Café yesterday. Marco Martins from H1 presented how to use WordPress as an application development framework besides blogging and content management.

The discussion on the topic was lively, as usual, and a lot of people felt that they learned something new in the meeting. It was also good to see old and new faces and network among other WordPress developers and users.

We have now uploaded the slidedeck to our SlideShare channel. They can be flipped through also here:

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