Posted by admin May 01th, 2014
Have you always been loosing contact messages from your website or wasn't sure, if every message got to your e-mail inbox? There is a Drupal module which is meant to solve the problem.Read More
We had to deal with the problem during development of our own website and decided to port Contact save module Contact save module
You simply install the module and it will save all the data, that comes from the Drupal contact forms to the database.
Posted by Victor Purolnik Dec 25th, 2013
At Drucode, we understood that many businesses don't know how to use modern web technologies to improve their workflows. That's why we decided to investigate this issue a bit more and interview businesses who have already moved on. This article, based on a real example, will show you how to incorporate a web application into the everyday workflow of your company.Read More
Posted by Victor Purolnik Nov 02th, 2013
RIght on time to the opening of our new Berlin office for Germany and Central Europe, we attended the world famous TechCrunch Disrupt conference. TC Disrupt is all about startups, investors and ground-breaking ideas. Read More
Posted by Vlad Morozenko Oct 10th, 2013
Hey everyone! It’s been almost 2 weeks since the latest updates to our blog on the life of the Drucode team. In this post you’ll find out about Drucode’s trip to Prague, Berlin and our new teammate from Germany.Read More
Posted by Vlad Morozenko Sep 12th, 2013
Want to win a free ticket to the biggest European Drupal event of the year? Drucode team is giving away one! You are just few clicks away from your chance to attend one of the greatest web events this Fall.
Posted by Vlad Morozenko Sep 10th, 2013
Only three weeks left to the major event in Drupal World - DrupalCon Prague 2013. Probably the most important conference in all of the true-Drupaler’s calendars.Read More
Posted by admin Sep 09th, 2013
At the Drupal Camp Cis I delivered a speech about our way of product building at Drucode and how we managed to move from the fixed price model to the agile one. At the end of my report I got a lot of questions and had been answering them for about 20 minutes. It seemed to me, the topic was interesting for the auditory, so I decided to write a post about our way of developing web and mobile products.Read More
This article will be about the process. How we start working on a product, prioritise, the stages we usually go through, the way of delivering a product to the end users.
Posted by Andrew Matsa Aug 19th, 2013
Hello to all test engineers and all people who are reading Drucode blog. Today I will tell you about testing in general and test processes on projects run by me at Drucode
There is such a dictum in testing called "Monkey testing". It states, that if we put a monkey in front of the computer, it will click anywhere randomly and will eventually find bugs. Some companies might be successful employing such an approach. At Drucode it’s not a case.Read More
Posted by admin Jul 01th, 2013
Many companies compose RFP (Request for Proposal) documents to find a right vendor for their Drupal development needs. But I think most of these RFP docs are not an appropriate way to find right, highly motivated and experienced company / team.Read More
I will try to explain why do I think so.