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Agaric is Going to DrupalCon - Let's Meet Up to Make Drupal Relevant to the Grassroots

The entire Agaric team is attending DrupalCon to teach, learn, and network with others making Drupal work for the grassroots.

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Agaric's long history of supporting health, science, and medical communities

Agaric is proud to have been helping medical and scientific communities almost from our founding.

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Agaric is Coming to Drupaldelphia this Friday

Ben will be presenting two sessions at Drupaldelphia. Come learn how to apply an Iterative UX approach to your work and how to scale community decision-making in your free software projects.

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Resources for how Drupal as a service can save our livelihoods and our lives

Ben spoke most recently on this topic at DrupalCon Seattle and Drupal Camp Twin Cities, both in 2019, about how Drupal as a Service can save our livelihoods and our lives.  Here are some resources related to the talk and topic.

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Build and Manage Online Donations in Drupal with the Give Module

We built the Give module to make it easy to create donation forms and manage donations, right within a Drupal website.

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Drupal 8 Content Migration Training at DrupalCon Seattle

Come to Seattle, Washington and learn how to migrate content into Drupal 8.

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Creating a New Social Simple Button

A step by step guide to creating a custom share button using the Social Simple module.

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Dinarcon's 2017 Drupal Tour Recap

From snowstorms to volcanoes, Mauricio's international whirlwind Drupal tour was quite the adventure.

PHP and Symfony Tracks Merged for DrupalCon Nashville 2018

Details on the changes being made to tracks at DrupalCon.

How to Declare Hexadecimals on a PHPDoc Block

For PHP Hexadecimals, Decimals and Octals are all Integers, so they must be declared as @param integer,. This post details how.