Today on Speak Easy Drupal, we're doing our DrupalCon San Francisco preview show. DrupalCon is coming up soon, and we wanted to make sure to prep everyone who might be heading to the Bay Area for this unique experience.
Today in the TenSpot, three LevelTen-ians recap their trip down to the great town of Austin for 2010's SXSWi Conference. The team just returned from the event, which used "Tomorrow Happens Here" as the rallying cry for this year's participants.
Today in the TenSpot, we're talking about tactics for building a website that wins. Buying or building a website can be compared to choosing a car. Whether you budget for an $850 junker, an economical hybrid, or a high performance race car, the success of your purchase depends on your goals. If you are looking for a website that wins, this panel discussion is for you.
Today in the TenSpot, we're exploring the mystical world of creative tech seminars, specifically the growing franchise called "Ignite", coming to Dallas March 3rd. Ignite will be happening in about 60 cities worldwide simultaneously, as creative communities everywhere look to spark innovations.
Today in the TenSpot, we are taking Agile to a new level. Members of our staff recently underwent ScrumMaster and Product Owner training with Certified ScrumMaster extraordinaire Mike Cohn. Cohn is a leading Agilist, having been involved with the process on an executive level since 1995. He has authored three books and led Scrum conferences and events around the world.
Site performance is one of those oft overlooked components of a website that's more important then many think. In the scope of a web design project, typical requests tend to focus on looks and functionality. Rarely do conversations turn to requests for streamlined performance.
It's that time of the year at LevelTen. Time for everyone to make resolutions (goals) for the new year. This podcast, we'll tell you about some of the plans we have for the company over the next year. Kayla Wren discusses LevelTen's learning culture, and what we've got planned for broadening our minds in 2010. Renee Dobbs talks about her plan to give more back to the community.
This week, the team takes their best stab at Nostradamus impressions, as we attempt to predict the future for Drupal in 2010. Joining us on this podcast are Rachel Scott, Chris Sloan, Dustin Currie, and Tom McCracken.
Note: due to podcast length (1:06), we had to go without the standard intro and outro. We've got a special episode of The Ten Spot this week as we sit down with the marketing team from a Dallas entertainment institution - The Granada Theater. The Granada Theater is an award winning live music venue that's been having much success marketing online.