Blog Posts From the Dev Team

Nov 15 2016

5 Benefits of Open Source Software for Businesses

There are a number of reasons open source software works but one of the main reasons is the community of people. As an example, Drupal has more than 100,000 people around the world actively  contributing to the software. To compare, Microsoft has approximately 114,000 employees. But what does open source really mean? 

Aug 17 2016

Building the Best Site for B2B Ecommerce

The B2B and B2C buying processes are different, and they’re often not created equal. Retail companies sometimes offer a great digital shopping experience for their consumers and a secondary — and less suitable — option for their wholesalers.

Apr 28 2016

DrupalCon 2016: New Orleans: Small Talks

Universities and libraries will be the focus this year in a couple focus talks we are hosting at our booth this year. We'll be highlighting some great ways to get buy-in from multiple stakeholders, ways to reduce the cost of user testing, and tips on bringing a digital library online. Add these short coffee talks to your calendar!

Aug 10 2015

Bluespark Welcomes Senior Developer Fran Seva

Bluespark is thrilled to welcome Francisco Seva, our newest senior developer, to our team. Fran is a native of Seville, Spain, attended the University of Seville with a degree in computer science, and now resides in his hometown with his fiancée and their two dogs.

Jan 14 2015

5 Technologies to focus on in 2015

Last year we wrote about 5 technologies to focus on in 2014. Now in 2015 we see new opportunities.

In keeping with the best of yearly traditions, we follow up here with the 5 technologies worth your attention in 2015. These are not bleeding edge technologies. Rather, these are technologies or platforms or ideas that are starting to mature and are worth investing your time and getting ahead of the curve.

Nov 8 2014

BADCamp Drupal Higher Education Summit - Stories of rapid adaption and the challenges of standardization at scale

Attending the Higher Education Summit at the 2014 Bay Area Drupal Camp was a great experience. We work with several higher education institutions and are acutely aware of the very specific challenges these organizations face. The summit improved our understanding of the issues and helped them coalesce around a few key overarching concerns: standardization, adaption and scalability.

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Case studies

Obermeyer — First Drupal 8 ecommerce site.
Roomify — Powerful online booking. Open source comes to travel.
Italy Magazine — Italian lifestyle, travel, and culture.
Sandusky Radio — 11 radio station websites in 6 months, within budget.