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14 Takeaways from Drupalcon Baltimore

We went big at Drupalcon Baltimore this year. We were a Silver sponsor of the overall conference, sponsored the nonprofit summit, and half our team attended. We learned a lot and had a great time exploring Baltimore. Here are some reflections on our experience this year.

(1) Our Chief Operating Officer Hannah Del Porto participated in this year’s prenote....

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Four ways to keep your team unblocked and the work flowing

One of the most challenging parts of running a web development firm is workflow management.  Inevitably members of our Brick Factory team get blocked, meaning they can’t complete their work while they wait on someone else to make a decision or perform a task.  Blocking is a huge problem, as it can result in delays,...

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How is Stacks different from Paragraphs?

We announced a new Drupal module called Stacks a few days ago.  Since we launched the module we’ve gotten some thoughtful questions from the Drupal community about why we built Stacks given that is appears similar to Paragraphs.

The short answer is that we love the Paragraphs module and we strongly considered extending it....

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Introducing Stacks: a better way to Drupal

We love Drupal. It is flexible, feature-rich, cost effective and has a fantastic user community supporting it. It is the Content Management System we use most.

However, we will be the first to admit that Drupal isn’t perfect. And perhaps the number one way it isn’t perfect is the page building experience it provides content managers....

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Preventative maintenance: the key to keeping your website healthy and safe

Life is full of things we do because we have to. Trips to the DMV.  Jury duty.  Paying taxes. Dental appointments.  Oil changes.  These things are no fun.  But as painful and tedious as these tasks are, the consequences of not doing them are far worse.  

Spending $50 and an hour of your life getting an oil change sucks.  ...

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