Malaysia Boleh !!
Yes, there are many other open source CMS softwares out there. Why should we choose Drupal?
Hey ... "tak kenal, maka tak cinta"! Many people have been using Joomla/Mamboo because of their appealing ease of use, installation and the UI but lacking some features. After further investigation, testing various CMS including reading the IBM reviews about Drupal, Master thesis, reviews on the nets, big websites that have been using Drupal ... my Drupal development in Malaysia journey begins.
Let's put our hands together & make it happen guys.
Our Drupal portfolio is growing and we have positions vacant Drupal experts to join our growing internal team of developers.
We have 3 full-time positions available
- Front-end Developer x 1
- Back-end Developer x 2
We are a digital agency who are firmly focused on developing QUALITY digital creatives for an International client base.
We require Developers who have demonstrable experience in Drupal working on digital projects.Read more
Just a friendly reminder that you've got one week left to get your session submissions in for DrupalSouth Wellington!
Submissions will be closing at midnight (UTC) on Friday November 1, so get yours in at http://drupalsouth2014.drupal.org.nz/news/call-for-sessions
Session submissions are open to anyone with Drupal ideas, techniques and experiences to share around the topics of Coding & Development, Front End (UX, Design & Theming), Site Building and Business & Strategy. Full details about each track are at http://drupalsouth2014.drupal.org.nz/speakers/conference-tracksRead more
We're pleased to announce that DrupalSouth has put out the call for session submissions for the Asia Pacific's biggest Drupal conference being held from Feb 14-16, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand. Full details are now available at http://drupalsouth2014.drupal.org.nz/news/call-for-sessionsRead more
We're migrating the content update portal for a collection of existing client websites into a new portal, there's a mixture of new build and legacy systems for us to tackle.
We're looking for an expert in Drupal v7 who's fluent in PHP, HTML, CSS, MySQL and JQuery. The senior developer plays a leadership role on the project through delivering our software architecture, superior code, managing Issues and reviewing code from other developers.
60 days out from the event, and we're pleased to announce that DrupalCon Sydney's main ticket allocation just sold out!
If you've missed out, there will be a final, very small release of tickets in mid January at the late price of $440 once any unused sponsor coupons and double bookings have been reconciled. You can sign up for the waiting list at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/node/1288, and these tickets will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.Read more
We're now down to about 25 regular tickets left for DrupalCon Sydney, so it might be your last chance to attend before we lock sales. Grab your ticket now at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/register
If you've received a coupon as a speaker, sponsor or pre-paid ticket, please redeem these coupons ASAP so we can finalise registrations. This can be done via the registration link above, and you'll be prompted for the coupon code on checkout.Read more
DrupalCon Sydney has received 196 fantastic session submissions, and we're now seeking your feedback at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/program/sessions/proposed to finalise the conference program!Read more
Following on from last week's announcement of the first featured sessions, we've just posted another list of amazing speakers at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/new-tracks-more-sessions, including:
- Josh Waihi showcasing the South China Morning Post's new Drupal site (Built in NZ)
- Lullabot's Jeff Eaton in the content track on "Building for a Post-Mobile World"
- John Albin jetting in from Taiwan for the front end track to talk Sass
- Nicole Lind from Phase2 in New York sharing how to Motivate Your Drupal Talent
We're very, very excited to announce our first batch of featured sessions for DrupalCon Sydney, with full details at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/local-headliners-international-cast
This includes some of the highest profile people in the Drupal community, including:
Justin Randell (Beejeebus) - Australia's most prolific Drupal core contributor headlining the Developer track.
Addison Berry (add1son) - Lullabot's Education Manager and the brains behind Drupalize.me featured in the Community track.
February is high summer in Sydney with LOTS happening in the city alongside DrupalCon, so we strongly recommend getting your travel plans and accommodation arranged as early as possible to get the best prices and guaranteed availability.Read more
Drupal Malaysia community is going to have it's official permanent space soon!
Just a few quick updates this week...
Session submissions have been streaming in and close on Friday October 26, so there's only 3 working weeks to get yours in at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/program/submit-session. All speakers will be eligible for a half price event ticket once selected.
We've passed the half way mark for available tickets sold, so let your friends and clients know to get theirs quick at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/register
Just in: Registration for DrupalCon Sydney will open tomorrow at 8am - Thursday 27 September!Read more
- Session submissions are already open, and there's been a fantastic initial response from local and international applicants. The deadline is Friday October 26, so there's six weeks to get your submission in at http://sydney2013.drupal.org/sessions
We're now planning DrupalCamp 2013. Head over to our web site at http://forum.drupal.org.sg/content/vote-date-drupalcamp-singapore-2013 to vote!