March 3, 2020

A new perspective on ways of working

Vue.js Amsterdam Adrian
An efficient merge

From design to code

Since 2020, we at Factorial do not only offer web development, but also conception and design for all kinds of web projects. And while in the past designing and developing websites has usually been a quite separate process, there are nowadays powerful tools for cooperation between designers and developers. At Factorial we try to make use of these tools as much as possible.

A supportive approach

Balancing profession and private

In our job interviews with potential future employees we have a running gag: “At Factorial everyone works flexibly and remotely, not only when the heating meter stops by”. It is important to us that every employee is given the opportunity to integrate his/her family situation and leisure activities into the daily work routine. And this is how.

A DrupalCon veteran’s perspective

How did DrupalCon Europe 2020 compare to an in-person event?

As many of you know, DrupalCon Barcelona 2020 became DrupalCon Europe because of CoViD-19, turning what was supposed to be Europe’s annual Drupal get-together into a remote experience. Right off the bat I want to state that the effort that went into organizing this was stellar and the result truly showed.

The true value of DevOps

Why you need DevOps in your team

Developers working on client projects are taking care of numerous tasks. When you think the list gets shorter, new things are added at the bottom. What is there to do in order to provide an infrastructure that lets them tackle their issues? There is an administrative aspect adding itself to the technical requirements needed. 

New job during times of corona

A story about how I joined Factorial

Year 2020 has been a weird one so far. Not only that due to the coronavirus our lives have been heavily restricted, but also the economic conditions have been affecting many people: Shops had to close and projects have been cancelled from one day to the next. And here am I: A perfect time to look for a new job, don’t you think?