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Andrea Pescetti
25 Mar 2011
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Andrea Pescetti
25 Mar 2011
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Andrea Pescetti, 25 Mar 2011 - 2 Comments
From our DrupalCon Chicago training

Our Code-Driven Development with Features training in Chicago was a very interesting experience for us: people with different levels of Drupal expertise were able to appreciate the benefits of code-driven development and the most experienced attendees managed to experiment with the

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Antonio De Marco
17 Dec 2010
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Antonio De Marco
17 Dec 2010
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Antonio De Marco, 17 Dec 2010 - 15 Comments
Make your Open Atrium behave as you want, the code-driven way

Open Atrium comes, out of the box, with a rather complete set of features which allow to bootstrap a functional intranet solution in a few minutes. Still, to be actually usable in a real life context, an Open Atrium installation must be adapted to each organization's needs and structure.

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Antonio De Marco
3 Nov 2010
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Antonio De Marco
3 Nov 2010
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Antonio De Marco, 3 Nov 2010 - 1 Comment
Pre-conference training by Nuvole about Code-driven Development

Nuvole was selected as a trainer for the DrupalCon Chicago 2011 pre-conference training day! In a full-day training aimed at Drupal developers we will show how to improve the Drupal development workflow, especially regarding traceability of changes, smooth upgrade of production sites and distributed team workflow, by using code-driven development techniques and Features.

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Antonio De Marco
11 Jul 2010
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Antonio De Marco
11 Jul 2010
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Antonio De Marco, 11 Jul 2010 - 3 Comments
What code driven development is all about.

At Nuvole the adoption of a code driven development has completely revolutionized our working flow making it more maintainable, solid and scalable. Projects like Features and Chaos tool suite are at the heart of it, even though a lot depends still on how actually you are going to use them: good code conventions (see the Kit project), well defined features boundaries and other good practices can really make the difference at the end of the day.

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