Read about Evolving Web project manager Kushneet Kukreja, a scientist by background who uses her research and organizational skills to excel in her role.
Evolving Web is a professional home to several determined, successful women. Here are three examples of staff who’ve furthered our organization for the better.
With any emergency or crisis, you want to be well-prepared. Like coming up with a fire escape plan or buying car insurance, you do it hoping you’ll never have to use it.
This Fall, Evolving Web was recognized by Acquia as a Leader of the Pack in Higher Education for a project in partnership with Princeton University.
The city of Lutsk in northwestern Ukraine has seen its fair share of upheaval and bloodshed over the course of its long history. Located near the borders of Poland and Belarus, it has been invaded and occupied by numerous outside forces over the centuries – most recently by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union – before finally becoming part of an independent Ukrainian state in 1991.
Evolving Web’s team of designers, developers and other creatives come from all over the world and across almost every conceivable academic background.
Last August, I joined Evolving Web as a Content Writer & Editor. Three months later, I have to say this has been a fantastic journey! I'm super proud of being part of an incredible marketing team and a true digital powerhouse. Here I'll share a few impressions of Evolving Web and how its collaborative culture and welcoming environment have already taught me some lessons and enabled me to develop my skills.
Last week, I attended the 8th edition of Acquia Engage, a two-day event full of learnings and connection opportunities by Acquia, one of the largest contributors to the Drupal open source. We at Evolving Web are proud to be Acquia Silver Partners, allowing us to support our clients with Acquia's enterprise cloud and marketing solutions, which complement Drupal's open source content management tools.
As you might have heard, Drupal 9 is being released this Wednesday. There is a lot to celebrate, you’ll find evidence of Drupal 9 celebrations as teams prepare to upgrade to the new version of our favorite content management system. However, there is no distinct Drupal 9 logo to go with this release. Instead, a new evergreen logo will be used to represent all versions of the Drupal project and software. And there’s a good reason for that.
Last year, I created a presentation for DrupalCamp Atlanta called "Growing the Drupal Community". Since then, it's been my hallway track conversation of choice, and everyone I talk to seems onboard with the goal of growing Drupal. As part of my role on the Drupal Association board, I'm chairing the Community & Governance Committee. We've been having lots of conversations about facilitating community growth, and I wanted to share some of what I've been thinking.