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Our team in a variety of countries share ideas, experiences, advice, news and more in their blogs…

  • Dropcat - the Jenkins build

    Time to part three of the Dropcat blog-series. Now it is time to get less abstract, and show what is done. In Wunderkraut Sweden we are normally using Jenkins to do deploys, but you could do it also in a script from you local machine.

    Mikke Schirén - 2016|05|18 - 0 comments
  • Dropcat - the configuration files

    In a series of blog posts I am going to present our new tool for doing drupal deploys. It is developed internally in the ops-team in Wunderkraut Sweden , and we did that because of when we started doing Drupal 8 deploys we tried to rethink how we mostly have done Drupal deploys before, because we had some issues what we already had. This is part 2.

    Mikke Schirén - 2016|05|12 - 0 comments
  • Dropcat, a new deploy tool for Drupal

    In a series of blog posts I am going to present our new tool for doing drupal deploys. It is developed internally in the ops-team in Wunderkraut Sweden , and we did that because of when we started doing Drupal 8 deploys we tried to rethink how we mostly have done Drupal deploys before, because we had some issues what we already had.

    Mikke Schirén - 2016|04|20
  • Drupal Professionals Wanted in Germany

    Drupal Team Vacancies

    We’re looking for experienced Drupal specialists to work with us on our high profile and ambitious Drupal 8 project in Germany - offering interesting challenges in backend, frontend, and team lead roles...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2016|03|29
  • 5 reasons why you should have retrospective meetings

    There are a lot of blog posts and articles around the web about Scrum retrospective meetings - what is it and how you should conduct one. But usually it is not written why you should actually have the routine - how it will help your team?

    Ivar Laks - 2016|01|27 - 0 comments
  • Supporting New Talents

    Where and how to find new talents? One of the options is - go and start building strong relationships with universities.

    Ilze Zariņa - 2015|12|22 - 0 comments
  • My work here is done

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    For the past six years I've run a company that takes good care of it's employees, has happy customers and has financials for sustainable profitable growth. Wunderkraut has grown approximately 1000% organically during the past five years and on top of this we've done mergers and acquisitions. Today the company is closer to 200 people and hundreds of happy customers all over Europe.

    Vesa Palmu - 2015|11|27

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