We sometimes ask ourselves 'what is it all for?' Not every day, but every now and then. And how we answer determines what we do next.
Blog: studio news, work and insights
Our small contribution to Co-ops Fortnight and our local environment
An overview of the main changes to the Drupal 8 theming layer, with a collection of technical details that can help you begin working on a Drupal 8 site.
Matthew Fletcher experiences Drupalcamp London for the first time.
Using behaviour-driven development to rapidly describe, implement and test a news management platform.
A client's perspective: A tale of international collaboration
Front-end ops focuses on the processes and automation of developing and theming websites from the perspective of a front-end developer.
Finn visits Barcelona for Drupalcon 2015
Avigail writes about her first steps in web development as Agile Collective's latest apprentice.
Once again I find myself in Birmingham Town Hall, with my colleague Maria, ready for the annual Co-operatives Congress.
Agile Collective attempt their first Visioning & Strategy weekend...
Youlbury Scout Camp in Oxford hosted the 2015 Worker Co-op Weekend, an event for worker co-operatives to come together to share experiences, learn from each other, bond, socialise, network and have some fun.
Using the config management system and an install profile with content imported from Google Spreadsheets
My adventures in starting to theme with the new and much improved Drupal 8
From jQuery 2.0 to Nodecopter demos, a roundup of the top takeaways from the Oxford based tech conference.
Last Thursday, Aaron and I started a new code club at my daughter’s primary school in Oxford, with Agile Collective generously sponsoring our time and resources to do this
After-school clubs to bring code to the next generation!
You might have heard about the new legislation...
Not only am I Agile's first apprentice, I'm also the first girl on the team. I arrived on Monday morning to find that the guys had cleaned the office in preparation for my arrival - I'm not sure whether to feel honoured or worried.