Over the last few weeks for a proof-of-concept project we’ve needed to produce a decision tree containing a bunch of custom questions to led the user to the right service.
Morgan Strong's blog of museums, open source, and public value in Government services.
For the Brisbane December Meetup I gave a talk about as an introduction to Project Management Methodologies, titled "Project Management Methodologies: Waterfall vs Agile vs Half-Arsed Agile".
Well it's finally here. Drupal 8 will be released on 19 November 2015. I remember at my previous role at the Western Australian Museum we ran Drupal 6 for our main website, and Drupal 7 for subsites and ticketing applications.
I stole that heading from the inspiring Andrew Rowe, senior developer at the Western Australian Museum. Andrew and I worked together for about 5.5 years, and before I left we started a disusion about decoupling the presentation layer and search from the backend.
So this year I decided to participate in GovHack as a "hacker" (I used the quotes as my coding skills are not that great), rather than just a data mentor.
As I stated in my previous blog, I have recently, and reluctantly, decided to leave the Western Australian Museum. However, I have stayed true to my word that I am still passionately following museums and collections.
Well. After five-and-a-half years at the Western Australian Museum, due to family reasons I have reluctantly decided to move back to the east coast of Australia to be closer to family. Will stay passionate about museums, biodiversity, data, open source, Drupal, CollectiveAccess and of course, collections.