AGILEDROP: Our blog posts from January

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You have already seen what Drupal blogs we trending in the previous month, and now it is time to look at all our blog post we wrote. Here are the blog topics we covered in January.

The first blog post in January was 2017 in review. In this blog post, our Commercial director Iztok looked back in the year 2017 and summarized what differences we made as a company, which Drupal events we have visited, how much fun we had and how do we contributed back to the community in 2017. 

The second was Who will get the control of personal data after GDPR? by Ales Kohek. He talked about new set of rules that EU is imposing in the form of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), what changes are the new rules bringing and what does that mean for Internet users. 

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Let's continue with blog post An ever-expanding field of opportunities for Drupal. Ales has searched the opportunities in Industry 4.0 and how can we provide valuable digital experience. He is also answering a question what new regulations on data protection and privacy are bringing us. 

The fourth blog post an interview with our Development manager Igor, who tells us about his beginnings with AGILEDROP,  how did his career path developed and what are his responsibilities now.

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Fifth in a row is Drupal events in 1st quarter of the year. We checked out which Drupal events can we attend, where they take place and what are what makes this event special.

The last one is The quality of life and the effect it has on work performance. How our needs changed through time and where does the remote work come in? Ales tells us what remote working means to him personally. 

Those were our blog post from January. Looking forward to having you as readers in 2018!

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