Recently, I had the chance to work with Monica-Lisa Mills the VP, Client Services at Advomatic to present at an invitation-only event titled “Maintaining Technical & Marketing Agility.” I recently sat down with her to talk about the event and what we learned. Check out the full conversation below, followed by notes on some of the high points.
One Drupal camp I look forward to year after year is MidCamp. I got the chance to sit down with Allan Chappell, Support Team Technical Lead at Four Kitchens to talk about his session.
According to the 2018 State of Agile Marketing Report by Kapost and AgileSherpas, just over 36 percent of marketers have adopted some form of agile marketing and half of those who haven’t expect to do so within the next year.
As conference season enters the Spring season, early in the lineup is Midwest PHP 2019, a conference here in Minneapolis that is all about sharing best practices, ideas, and techniques to build state-of-the-art software applications. In preparation for the event, I got the chance to sit down for an interview with Amy Gebhardt, Lead Front-End Software Engineer at SportsEngine.
On February 26th, 2019, Pantheon silently pushed the button and released Terminus 2.0 into the world. With this release, we also have introduced our first Terminus End of Life Policy. We know that a lot of people are using Terminus and might have a few questions related to this change.
As New England enters Spring, we also see the arrival of the New England Regional Developers Summit, also known as NERDSummit in Amherst, MA. I got the chance to sit down with the lead organizer Kelly Albrecht, DevOps and Agile Coach at Last Call Media.
With new and improved technology, the journey customers take to get to know and adopt products has changed drastically. With this change, marketing tools have evolved drastically, too. Now, we can use more data and information to gather insights about consumers than ever before. The following trends are examples of how marketers can keep more educated and sophisticated buyers engaged.
Here at Pantheon, we are overwhelmingly proud of the partnerships we build with agencies utilizing our platform. Not only are we proud of the value we bring to our agency partners, but we recognize the value agencies bring to Pantheon by doing more with their client’s websites by using our agile website operations (WebOPs) platform.
On a recent Sunday morning, I spent an hour or so researching, comparing, and reading reviews of coffee grinders due to an offhand comment about there being too much fine grit at the bottom of a cup in the latest round of coffee. I dove into the details between burr vs blade and conical burr vs flat plane burr, automatic vs manual, and why coarse grind is better for cold brew. I didn’t just examine features but thought about how this will fit into my entire coffee ecosystem, from recently roasted local whole beans to the BonaVita pour over coffee maker.
Last week at WPCampus Online I presented Automated Testing for EDU. This session was a high level overview of different types of automated testing and when to use them. I structured the presentation to show how automated testing can be added at different phases of a project’s life cycle, starting with old sites where motivation to add new processes may be low. I ended with the planning stage when tests can help define the project scope and goals. Along the way, I tried to dispel myths and excuses that can stop a team from using automated tests.
The WordCamp season starts back up in 2019 with WordCamp Phoenix, February 15-17. I got the chance to sit down with Pantheon Hero Roy Sivan, Senior Software Engineer at The Walt Disney Company who will be presenting Build Web Applications with Gutenberg in Phoenix. Here is a brief summary of what we talked about:
Today we’re happy to announce that Disaster Recovery is available for Pantheon Elite sites. While we can’t prevent disasters from happening, Pantheon has architected a high-availability (HA) solution with intelligent failover at the Global CDN edge layer to keep mission critical websites online in the event of a complete datacenter outage. Disaster Recovery is more than just technology— it includes onboarding, 24/7 support, and a guaranteed 99.99% uptime service level agreement (SLA).
For any modern company, the quality and reliability of their website are essential to their success. Here at Pantheon, we understand these organizations’ needs and work to provide them with the tools to drive their business to new heights.
The marketing world moves so quickly that as you chase down the latest and greatest tools available, it's possible to lose sight of the very foundation that enabled you to get this far. While it's important to position your brand where people spend their time, C-suite leaders must remain focused on the facts through all the fads that are coming and going at top speed. And one fact is unwavering: A website is one of your most valuable customer-facing assets.
The holidays are over, the New Year is nearly a month gone, and technology conferences are starting up again. It's time for DrupalCamp New Jersey. This year Pantheon's CTO, David Strauss, will be presenting State of the Edge: 2019 on February 2nd. I had a chance to chat with him recently about what he plans to cover. Here is an edited version of our conversation:
The reviews are in, and we are completely overwhelmed by the support we have received from the users at G2 Crowd.
To improve performance, WooCommerce processes many operations in the background. Webhooks, subscription payments, and sometimes emails are all processed outside of the requests that serve site visitors.
Startups can often be summed up in two words: overcommitted and understaffed. Even after you find your footing, things rarely change. After all, the moment your business starts to realize its potential, goals grow in significance and pressure mounts in response.