“Connecting Open Minds” may have been the official slogan of this year’s DrupalCamp in Vienna, but the unofficial slogan was “Drupal 8.” The stable 8.0.0 release had been issued just a few days previously, which explained the large crowd of participants and the wide range of talks on the topic. D8 was also the hot topic of conversation in discussions throughout the community. [Read More]
Automated tests can considerably reduce project costs and speed up development when they are used correctly, particularly in large software projects. Test automation is a powerful tool that safeguards quality in the software development process. It does this by checking that the process is running correctly and by detecting errors and weak points in the program code, as well as other problems or side effects. [Read More]
Digitally networked teams are a regular feature of today’s business world. As customers become more demanding, companies need to respond rapidly to change. Mobile access to information anytime and anywhere is essential to this approach, as it creates efficient working practices and quick solutions. It’s the only way to stay competitive. [Read More]
Five long years went into the development of the long-awaited Drupal 8, and it was finally launched on schedule on November 19. Our Düsseldorf team’s new microsite, hosted by our partner Acquia, is already running on the latest version.
The website acts as the calling card for the Düsseldorf branch of ETECTURE and is designed to provide an entry point for both prospective customers and job applicants. The team’s main focus areas—support and the implementation of enterprise solutions using Drupal and Symfony—are complemented by regular blog entries.
We have already made ourselves comfortable!
Yesterday at the CareerContacts recruitment fair in Karlsruhe it was all about #abaufdiecouch (getting up off the couch). CareerContacts is one of the largest recruitment fairs for students and graduates in the Karlsruhe area. We thought that the fair was professionally organized and we had the opportunity to take part in several interesting conversations. We are looking forward to following up on all the applications that we receive!
In November, Christian Schwab became the new Chief Technology Officer for Ogilvy & Mather Germany, where he has joined CEO Ulrich Klenke and CFO Helmut Hechler on the board of management. As a digital native, Christian Schwab will be in charge of technology throughout the Group, assuming responsibility for a comprehensive range of sophisticated digital and technological solutions.
But as its driving force, Christian Schwab will remain at ETECTURE as Managing Director and owner. Board members Carsten Blau and Stefan Dangel will be joined in the medium term by an as-yet-unknown new face to form the senior management team at ETECTURE GmbH, laying the foundations for repositioning the company in the market. [Read More]
The first WebTechnight kicks off in Karlsruhe on Tuesday October 13, 2015.
The WebTechNight is aimed at all technology enthusiasts with a special liking for web technologies, software engineering, software architectures and networked systems, as well as at anybody who likes to think outside the box and wants to learn more about the wealth of different programming languages in use or the possibilities offered by the Internet of Things. [Read More]
The latest invention by our student trainee Alexander Weber means that our offsite employees can feel like they are attending meetings right here in person. Alexander’s invention is a telepresence robot, which can be controlled by the respective external users via a web interface, giving them direct access to our onsite meetings. [Read More]