This blog post represents the first part of a presentation I made at DrupalCamp Ottawa 2015 called "Why would you use Drupal?". Drupal has grown from a regular CMS to a large-scale application almost able to compete with Enterprise Systems in that it can support business processes, reporting and data analytics in complex organizations. We currently call it a Web Application Framework as it allows for delivering performant and efficient web applications and web services. Drupal works on a very simple equation where Core Code + Contributed Modules + APIs = everything you want. At least, in theory. It striked...
At this time of year, a lot of people are thinking about gifts, both those that we give and receive. It is often a joyous time, although often stressful too. People come together and often reflect on what has happened in the last year, celebrate the victories and set new goals for the year ahead. We have a great deal to be thankful for and it is a time of year when we find ourselves expressing gratitute for those who have supported us and are part of our community. I don't think we are particularly good at doing this in...

Parks Canada

Parks Canada project consisted into migrating the site onto Drupal and deploying Government of Canada's WETkit.

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