0This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.
This week we hosted the St. Louis Drupal Users group for the first of many planning meetings for 2016 Drupal Camp St. Louis. Keep your eyes peeled here for more information about the event that will be happening this Fall. To get involved, visit the DrupalSTL Meetup Page.
Members of Spry will be representing the Drupal Association at the PHPTek Conference from May 23-27, so make sure you visit us at the Drupal table in-between the excellent sessions scheduled throughout the week.
Web Design & Development
Ensure that the website you’re designing meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines with these helpful tips.
The Spry team is a fan of Zurb’s Foundation tools as we’ve discussed previously. This week, we had the opportunity to hear from the Zurb team and ask them questions about their products in the form of an AMA.
Rep your favorite brands in programming and development tools with three free dev stickers.
Developers can sign-up for the Safari Technology Preview to get early glimpses into future browser and Webkit application releases.
To much applause, Microsoft has announced that Bash, the Linux command line, is finally coming to Windows.
The FBI officially dropped their headline case against Apple. Now the tables have turned, as Apple is demanding that the agency reveals how they hacked the San Bernardino iPhone.
Find out how Google caused a panic among users with this year’s April Fools Day joke, Google Mic Drop (that’s already been disabled).
There’s no excuse not to make your photos look great, as Google has announced that their photo editing software, the seven plugin Nik Collection, is now free.
Dig into the roots and legacy of the blues at the grand opening of the National Blues Museum in St. Louis this weekend.
Stay safe out there during the rest of April Fools Day and don’t forget to stop by next week for more Spry Hive!