Promet is extremely excited to announce the initial release of the PRAugmentedReality suite of tools to coincide with DrupalCon 2013. This suite is designed to add value to the Drupal Developer with a set of APIs provided to build Augmented Reality applications and connect to Drupal sites and applications in delivering AR content.
Promet is going on the road to Portland, OR. Ten Prometsters will be hitting the Pacific Northwest to attend DrupalCon 2013 and collaborate with the community. DrupalCon is the preeminent event of the year for Drupalers and we wouldn't miss it. If you are planning on attending, your week will be filled with so much to do.
Promet sponsored the recent Drupal Day event at the NTEN Annual Conference in Minneapolis. As part of the sponsorship, Andy Kucharski, Promet’s CEO moderated a breakout session on Building and Sustaining Online Communities.
Promet is going to Portland this May for DrupalCon 2013. DrupalCon is the premiere event on a Drupaler’s calendar, offering up buckets of information for the Drupal developer, project manager and user. This year’s theme for DrupalCon, Building Bridges, Connecting Communities is one we take to heart. Our work in the Higher Education and Non Profit space has been chock full of community building so we can’t wait to attend.
Fundraising is alive and well within the Non Profit sector. This blog is based on research conducted by some well respected organizations and individuals, including Blackbaud’s Steve MacLaughlin, who presented these trends at the 2013 NTEN Annual Conference. From an overall perspective, the vast majority of fundraising done by NFPs is still done the old fashioned way with good ol’ campaigns and events.
Maybe it’s the dog days of Spring. I do know is that Drupal sites are going up but not at the same clip as I've seen in past months. However, the use of Drupal modules continues to tell stories about the sites being built.