Michael Meyers

Discover what sustainability really means in tech in our latest Tag1 Team Talks episode. Learn how the Drupal community contributes to this vital cause and how you can get involved

Jeremy Andrews

My first Drupal migration was onto a heavily patched version of Drupal 4.0, back in 2002. I previously ran a popular kernel development blog called KernelTrap, using PHPNuke . I conducted interviews with prominent kernel developers , and posted blog entries about other interesting kernel news, all of which were frequently linked to from the front page of Slashdot (the leading tech news aggregator at the time). This resulted in huge traffic spikes, which would...

Lynette Miles

Serenity Notes is a new application that enables you to collaborate on Notes across devices, with multiple users, in real-time, using end-to-end encryption to keep all your data and info private and secure. It has a game changing SDK enabling the addition of e2e real-time collaboration to your applications, without the complicated underlying complexities. In this Tag1 Team Talk, Managing Director Michael Meyers interviews Nik Graf, the founder of Serenity Notes. Nik has worked for...

Lynette Miles

Managing Director Michael Meyers sits down with VP of Software Engineering Fabian Franz, and CEO Jeremy Andrews for a coordinated demonstration of Goose and New Relic. Goose is the highly performant load testing framework written in Rust, and New Relic is one of the most highly regarded performance analysis tools in use today.

Lynette Miles

Many of us in open source communities tend to be proponents of not only the primary project we’re working with (like Drupal), we also tend to be pretty big proponents of other types of open source software. These may be projects that benefit us in our day to day work, libraries that we leverage to build on our main project, or software we end up using in our personal lives, for projects that we do...

Lynette Miles

It’s no surprise to anyone in the open source software world, or any business, that funding is the center of how things get done. While some parts of projects are funded by their foundations (when these exist), most projects are maintained by independent developers or teams working in their spare time. In this Tag1 Team Talk, Managing Director Michael Meyers is joined by Matt Glaman, maintainer of Drupal-check. Drupal-check, based on PHPstan, is a static...

Lynette Miles

Goose, the open source load testing framework created by Tag1 CEO Jeremy Andrews, continues to show its performance and scalability capabilities. In this Tag1 Team Talk, Managing Director Michael Meyers joins VP of Software Engineering Fabian Franz for a demonstration of Goose’s rapid ramp-up and scaling by COO Narayan Newton. In this final talk in our series of live demonstrations of Goose, Narayan and Fabian break down how some of the methods used in part...

Lynette Miles

Open Source software is the foundation of Tag1 Consulting’s business, and it is essential to our core values that we contribute to and support the open source communities we benefit from. Just as we support the Drupal Association as an Enterprise Supporting partner and Platinum sponsor of DrupalCon NA, we are proud to announce that we are the first Silver member of the Rust Foundation.

Jeremy Andrews

In this second part, Linus offers insight and perspective gained from managing a large open source project for three decades. He also talks about his employment at the Linux Foundation, and describes what he does with his spare time when he's not focused on kernel development.

Jeremy Andrews

Thirty years ago, Linus Torvalds was a 21 year old student at the University of Helsinki when he first released the Linux Kernel. His announcement started, “I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won't be big and professional…)”. Three decades later, the top 500 supercomputers are all running Linux, as are over 70% of all smartphones. Linux is clearly both big and professional.