“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]
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!
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]
Do you want to know how to solve challenges in the digital world? Do you want to support high-profile customers from all over the world in an innovative and solution-oriented way to create a brand experience tailored to the digital world? Do you like elephants? Are you different? So are we! Visit us at our open day on August 4 in Frankfurt where you will be able to get an insight into our projects, our teams, and our philosophy. At the end of the guided tour, we look forward to lively conversation with you accompanied by delicious nibbles and drinks on our roof terrace overlooking the city’s skyline! For more information and to register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
At the end of May, several ETECTURE employees travelled to London to take part in the Allianz Hackathon. Just before the start, the five-person team developed an idea, which they then introduced at the Hackathon. They realized, however, that the time they had to implement it – just one weekend – was extremely tight and would therefore be a further challenge. [Read More]
What used to be seen as science fiction is now becoming reality
The digital transformation has far-reaching implications for the economy and society. Above all, however, it offers many new opportunities. With the launch of the Digital Architects Forums at the Karlsruhe (on 06/16) and Frankfurt am Main (on 06/18) locations, it was important for us to share with participants new ideas on how their company can adapt to the change in communications.
According to German magazine Wirtschaftswoche, edition 19/2012, he is one of the 100 most important Internet heads in Germany. Our speaker Nico Lumma has been blogging at lumma.de for many years and has – as he says himself – not been offline since 1995. His fascinating presentation entitled The Internet is disappearing once more (Das Internet verschwindet wieder) stimulated the discussion, According to Lumma, “exponential is the new linear“. This is because the ever-shortening cycles of technological progress and digitization have a huge impact on the economy and call for action and fast decisions. [Read More]
On January 26, in cooperation with Vaadin and GWT.create, Magnolia organized a one-day event for software developers in Munich. The focus of this event was app development, e-commerce deployments, user experience design, and much more. [Read More]
Marketing management and strategy consultant Andreas W. Tautz is also a coach for the power of silence and thought management, as well as a business speaker for workshops and seminars. He will be a guest speaker in our Karlsruhe office at the beginning of 2015, speaking on the exciting topics of mental training, guerilla marketing, and radical creativity. [Read More]