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We're motivated by our collaborations with people working to help those in need. It's projects like this one that feed our passion for development and keep us engaged in our work.
Once again we're working to solve complicated, interesting problems while building powerful, fast, and useful tools. It's brought us, as developers, back to our computer science roots.
Taking a look back at the projects, clients, collaborations, and interesting things Affinity Bridge accomplished in 2013.
Smith Milner talked about Behat and Continuous Integration with Drupal at the 2013 Pacific North West Drupal Summit.
This presentation walks through management of releases, deployment strategies and build strategies with Drupal features, git, and make files. If you missed it at the summit, here is the video and slides.
Affinity Bridge is known for designing and building effective websites in Drupal for our clients. But this project provided something different, and interesting, for the team to tackle. The Tanker Tracker Map Application was not something that could be built in Drupal. So how did we do it?
Join us at this year's Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit on October 5th - 6th for presentations, informal discussions, and social gatherings with other Drupal professionals.
There are all kinds of technologies out there that do nothing to improve the world, but there are also organizations harnessing the power of technology for good. Peacegeeks is one such organization, and we worked with them on a new tool: Project Amani.
Mack Hardy, director of Affinity Bridge presents to the NetTuesday Vancouver (community on methods for using maps and D3.js for visualizing data and story telling.
Building a responsive website theme in a short time frame with a hard deadline. Awesome mobile-first designs for the win!