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Varnish is great at serving pages to anonymous users at high speed but it doesn't speak HTTPS so if you want to use Varnish and provide your site over HTTPS then you need to use something to do HTTPS and proxy the traffic to Varnish.
I spent one week at Agile Collective learning the fundamentals of building a website with Drupal and have been given a great introduction to the world of web development.
We have supported more and more Drupal websites over time and have learned a lot while doing so
Spending the last week at work experience at Agile Collective has given us the insight on how agile development works when implementing websites.
I started my apprenticeship 2 months ago with no knowledge of Drupal, co-ops or agile development methodologies.
"Only one year ago I didn’t really enjoy programming. Now I’m considering going into Computer Science for my future career." Toni reports on her fortnight of work experience at Agile Collective.
I’ve been working at Agile Collective for the past week for my work experience and overall I think it's been great! A major plus is that the office is right next to Atomic Burger...
Switching careers from teaching English to web development was a daunting prospect at first. My impression used to be that the majority of people working in the sector would have predominantly computer science and mathematics oriented backgrounds, and without a qualification in either, I wasn't confident that my ambition would ever become a reality.
A quick way to start the conversation about visual design.
Could a large platform, like Uber, be owned and controlled by it's members, thus ensuring the profits are distributed equitably, and how can it attract funding?
Finn reports on the Open 2017 conference - a two day conference about Platform Cooperativism.
Something has been brewing in the tech co-op community: the idea of meeting up and sharing ideas between co-ops working in the same space, and possibly finding ways to work more closely together.
The first day of sessions at Drupalcon starts with the 'prenote', the keynote and the group photograph.
Notes on the sessions I attended in the afternoon: Configuration management, theory and practice | Super Collaborative Design Processes | Does Drupal need a Platform Co-op? (BOF)
Notes on the sessions I attended on day 3 of Drupalcon: Keynote | JSON API | Scrum Drupal Nirvana | How Al Jazeera built a future-focused Digital Platform with Drupal 8| Continuous Integration to automate your Drupal workflow
The first day of Drupalcon includes paid training, the Business Summit, and the all important Community Summit.
A look at how responsive images, sliders and cropping works in Drupal 8
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.
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.
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.
Avigail writes about her first steps in web development as Agile Collective's latest apprentice.
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.
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.