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Mediacurrent: A Discovery Phase: Starting a Drupal Web Project Off Right

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous

The Importance of the Discovery Phase in your Drupal Project

If you have a new web project, one of the very first thoughts you probably have is ‘How much will it cost to build?’. The best tip I can give is if an agency has only received an RFP, no matter the level of details, it will not be enough to determine with any amount of accuracy how much a build will actually be.

Mediacurrent: A Discovery Phase: Starting a Drupal Web Project Off Right

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous

The Importance of the Discovery Phase in your Drupal Project

If you have a new web project, one of the very first thoughts you probably have is ‘How much will it cost to build?’. The best tip I can give is if an agency has only received an RFP, no matter the level of details, it will not be enough to determine with any amount of accuracy how much a build will actually be.

Mediacurrent: A Discovery Phase: Starting a Drupal Web Project Off Right

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous

The Importance of the Discovery Phase in your Drupal Project

If you have a new web project, one of the very first thoughts you probably have is ‘How much will it cost to build?’. The best tip I can give is if an agency has only received an RFP, no matter the level of details, it will not be enough to determine with any amount of accuracy how much a build will actually be.

Mediacurrent: A Discovery Phase: Starting a Drupal Web Project Off Right

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous

The Importance of the Discovery Phase in your Drupal Project

If you have a new web project, one of the very first thoughts you probably have is ‘How much will it cost to build?’. The best tip I can give is if an agency has only received an RFP, no matter the level of details, it will not be enough to determine with any amount of accuracy how much a build will actually be.

CiviCRM Blog: Sprinting in the wilds of Maryland

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous

We're approaching the middle of the third day of the 2014 East Coast code sprint, situated in a bucolic farmhouse just outside of Frederick, Maryland. The location has made this sprint a little different, with some people being able to commute back and forth. In total, 14 or so sprinters have been working on webtests, improvements to CiviVolunteer, and improvements to buildkit for all platforms, which some renewed focus on Joomla and Wordpress. It's looking promising that buildkit will be fully supporting all the CMS platforms by the end of the sprint, making it even easier to contribute.

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