Contents tagged with Orchard Harvest
Orchard Harvest conference again: register for this year's conference in Europe!
Within a month we'll again have an Orchard Harvest conference in Europe, this time in Spain. Register for the conference now to meet all the active members of the Orchard community!
Live from Orchard Harvest 2013 - Amsterdam (Part 4.)
Second half of the second day - close to the end of this year's Harvest. Let's see what we've got! See the previous post here.
Live from Orchard Harvest 2013 - Amsterdam (Part 3.)
Back to Harvest again, second day, first half! See the previous post here.
Live from Orchard Harvest 2013 - Amsterdam (Part 2.)
Back to Orchard Harvest, afternoon! See the previous part.
Live from Orchard Harvest 2013 - Amsterdam (Part 1.)
The Orchard Hungary/Lombiq Team is in Amsterdam, attending Orchard Harvest. Let's see what we've got this year, what we waited for since last September!
It will be an early Harvest this year!
Last September we could be part of the awesome Orchard Harvest, the first Orchard conference. The next Harvest is not so far: it's nearing us as it will take place in June and now in Europe, in Amsterdam! Sign up for more information or vote for the schedule on the new Orchard Harvest website!
Orchard Harvest sessions on YouTube
You have probably come across with the videos recorded at the Orchard Harvest Summit 2012, but if you haven't, I have a surprise for you! :)
Including sessions given by the Orchard Hungary Team (Zoltán's about SEO and my session about migrating to Orchard), you will find 9 great presentations in the playlist below at the moment, and the rest of them will arrive soon too. Stay tuned!
Graph databases in Orchard
On the second day of Orchard Harvest one of the hackathon groups explored the idea of using graph databases, specifically Neo4j, in Orchard. I followed up on the topic and researched on how graph databases can play along in an Orchard module.
Harvest continued - Orchard Harvest Summit 2012 Day 2
Due to some lack of sleep our second day of Orchard Harvest 2012 started a little sleepy, although excitingly. Unfortunately, we missed the biggest part of the first session, because the GPS sent us to Downtown instead of Santa Monica, which is a 25km difference. :)
Module development how-to, localization and QnA - Orchard Harvest Summit 2012 - Part III.
Sipke's lengthy session (he had a whopping 1,5 hours to fill!) about the APIs of Orchard and module development tips and best practices contained the wast majority of the techniques an Orchard developer needs to know about. Surely everybody in the audience could learn something new.