Servit is back from an exciting CeBIT!
Asma and Karim went to Hannover in the beginning of March to represent Servit at CeBIT the worlds biggest IT fair.
CeBIT 2012, the worlds biggest IT fair opens its doors today in Hanover until Saturday, 10th of March.
Servit is present with a both in the Open Source Park in Hall 2 where you can play and win a ticket for the upcoming Drupal conference in Munich (Drupalcon München).
Pass by at our stand and play the new Servit Donkey Game! The winner will get a conference ticket for the Drupalcon Munich in August 2012.
Servit is exhibiting at CeBIT 2012 from Tuesday, March 6 until Saturday, March 10 in Hanover. CeBIT is the world's largest and most international computer expo.
Come and visit us in the Open Source Park
(Hall 2, Block D58 Booth 168)!
Visitors will be able to play our donkey game and win a prize. More details will follow...
Servit is growing, so our market focus doesn't remain anymore on Switzerland and Europe only. With our development center in Amman we are already present as an employer in the middle east. So it comes naturally to expand and enter the "new markets" as a high quality service provider. With it's first contract in the middle east Servit will help launch an exiting new online project in the region. Stay tuned!
Two of our colleagues are going to the Drupal Conference in London. Khaled Zaidan and Rami Attallah are representing Servit at this years (European) conference and will immerse into the Drupal world for 4 full days.
Servit developed a new Drupal module "Menu Add Content" and published it under GPL license for free use.
We are happy to contribute back to the community and hope that it will help others building better websites.
The module makes it possible that editors can create new content directly from the menu of the website. A new menu item will be created for the new content at the place where the editor clicked on "add content" in the menu.
An improved version of our Drupal module "Special Menu Items" has been contributed to Drupal.
This module deals with a shortcoming of Drupal which doesn't allow a site administrator to have menu items which don't link anywhere. With this module you can now have menu items for grouping purposes only and not linking anywhere.
The Obama administration is using Drupal for the government's "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act" website. It demonstrates what is possible with Drupal: The user finds 3-dimensional graphs, videos and interactive features like scrolling through milestones in a timeline.