Web development is a hell of a challenge. Like designing from scratch is easier… Or managing dozens of people devoted to the project. Or keeping a 2-floor office in order and cleanness. Gosh, every duty and specialization is a challenge! And we can only thank our drupal team for keeping to high standards of their profession! But every professional comes to a point when it is needed not only to use skills in practise but also to share secrets of mastery with the community.
And despite of all objections: “Let me just do my job!” they come into the open — blog posts! Small compact masterpieces which help hundreds of users all over the world! How come time flies so fast? Just 4 years have passed since the first InternetDevels blog had been written by our CEO leviks, and now we’re facing this event — blog post №100 is published!
So here are honorable mentions to our blog authors! Development elite comes first (like there were any doubts). Hook menus, form alters, batches, cron jobs and other words which make 10-year-old girls close their ears somehow help this industry to move forward! So without further ado, here they are:
Want to know more about visualization process in Drupal? Our professionals are telling you how to cooperate with Drupal themes, improve usability, apply templates and do many other things to make your website look marvellous! So, we proudly present you our visualization experts:
Hey, have you ever visited SERP №48? And while these two persons humbly nod we may proceed to the next stack of blog authors. Search engines algorithms are hell of a science. And only SEO specialists are the brave Don Quijotes (yeah, that’s the right spelling, nerd) who stand between websites and SE windmills. The difference between Spanish legend and real SEO-guys — windmills do not win in web. Thanks to guys like our below-mentioned authors you can make Google respect you:
Fortunately IT is not bounded by network cable and development software on display. Sometimes we come out of our caves and realize something is going on in the world. These people help us to see what events happen outside of browser and office windows:
Well, as you see, our team was working really hard to provide you with the best information of the highest quality! We thank all our bloggers for one more time and wish them professional success and even more blog posts in future!