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Exploring Contenta CMS

A great place to start a conversation about decoupled Drupal is evaluating Contenta CMS. While Contenta CMS is not necessarily something you must have to build a decoupled Drupal 8 site, it is designed to do it. You can relatively easily create a vanilla Drupal site that supports a decoupled application, but Contenta has already solved many of the related problems.

contenta cms

Drupal Core Initiative Meetings Recap - August 5th - 9th, 2019

Our lead community developer, Alona Oneill, has been sitting in on the latest Drupal Core Initiative meetings and putting together meeting recaps outlining key talking points from each discussion. This article breaks down highlights from meetings this past week. You'll find that the meetings, while also providing updates of completed tasks, are also conversations looking for community member involvement.

Drupal Core Meetings August Week 1 Recap

The Return From GovCon 2019

This year, Drupal GovCon had an amazing turnout. So great that the registration was at full capacity and had to cap attendance at 1,500 people!

Our team had an amazing time exploring Bethesda, from the conference grounds to the thriving community around it. While there we enjoyed conversing with the community, and forging new relationships. We learned many things, and shared our experiences with many others as well. Overall, it was a great environment for exploration and growth.  

collage of hook 42 team members at gov con

Drupal Core Initiative Meetings Recap - July 16th-24th, 2019

Our lead community developer, Alona Oneill, has been sitting in on the latest Drupal Core Initiative meetings and putting together meeting recaps outlining key talking points from each discussion. This article breaks down highlights from meetings this past May. You'll find that the meetings, while also providing updates of completed tasks, are also conversations looking for community member involvement.

Drupal Core Meetings July 2019 Week 04 Recap

Does a Bear Drupal in the Woods?

We’ve recently wrapped up another great Drupal event, at Drupal Camp Asheville. The sponsorship our team provided, in conjunction with the support of many others, helped the camp achieve many goals that we are proud to have been a part of. 

The experiences our team had stood up to the expectations of all Drupal events. From Hook 42, we had three people who were able to participate this year, and each member of our team had different expectations going in, and learned many valuable things. Here’s what they have to say.

hook 42's danita jonathan and adam at drupal camp asheville

Drupal Core Initiative Meetings Recap - July 8th-12th, 2019

Our lead community developer, Alona Oneill, has been sitting in on the latest Drupal Core Initiative meetings and putting together meeting recaps outlining key talking points from each discussion. This article breaks down highlights from meetings this past May. You'll find that the meetings, while also providing updates of completed tasks, are also conversations looking for community member involvement.

Drupal Core Meetings July Week 2 Recap

Gearing Up For a Tech Internship with Hook 42

I can already tell that being an intern is both overwhelming and rewarding in many different ways. I will recall my experiences, and the adventure that has been my on boarding, as well as taking a look at what the future holds for me with this reflection.
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