We're NINE Already!

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Today sees Ixis reach the grand old age of nine years old!

Since last year we've grown the team with a lot of new faces, seen a few depart, and taken on some great new client contracts.

New PHP Developer Role

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POSITION FILLED. THANKS TO ALL WHO APPLIED.

Join our well established UK team as a web developer.  We build and support interactive sites and applications of all kinds, so every project can offer different challenges and solutions.

You'll be involved with a number of projects at any one time ranging from international brands, enterprise public sector organisations through to charities and media sites. We also run several internal projects which you'll have chance to provide input and development for - this is where we often experiment with new ideas, techniques and technologies first.

The technical skills we're looking for:

Our DrupalCon Prague session highlights

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With some seasoned and new members of the Ixis team attending Drupalcon in Prague this coming September we wanted to share our suggestions on essential sessions to attend from our teams point of view.

Matt P in our support team has been working with Drupal 6 & 7 for the past year and feels brushing up on what's coming in Drupal 8 for a site builder will be helpful as a primer when existing clients are begining to plan their site upgrades.

Drupal by default?

With the latest iteration of the G cloud Framework (version 4) launched today alongside the closure of the application process for the GDS digital services framework, it is now even more important to build confidence in Drupal and open source products in the public sector.

Having worked with public sector clients for over eight years I recognised the need for a campaign to build confidence in open source 18 months ago and launched our campaign and guide to drupal for the public sector.

Coronation Festival Round Up

I was invited to attend the coronation festival at buckingham palace on friday, where royal warrant holders were exhibiting and showcasing products and services supplied to the Queen.

As a provider of hosted IT and datacentre services to the royal household, Pulsant treated me along with fellow customers, to lunch at the palace and champagne in the gardens. Now, don't get me wrong, this is not the lifestyle to which I am accustomed. Working in tech, and more specifically, with the Drupal community, I am lucky if I go to a beer and pizza event or occasionally invited to go Karting.

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