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Getting Docksal to Play Nice with Vagrant

If you work on multiple projects at once, or need to collaborate with other developers (as many of us do), then getting your development environment up and running quickly can be crucial to your ability to make efficient progress. For the past few years, the best tool...

We’re gearing up for WordCamp US 2017

The Kanopi team is headed to Nashville in December to attend and sponsor WordCamp US! We are busy packing our bags and researching the sessions we’d like to attend. Here’s what has us most excited, and why. 1. Some of the very people who made WordPress possible will...

What I learned at BADCamp 2017

Each year, BADCamp spotlights amazing talent in our industry, featuring dozens of high-quality sessions by talented individuals, including greg.1.anderson, webchick, robbayliss, jmolivas, and our own annabella, to name a few. The event helps all attendees connect with...

Pros-on-demand: Accelerating Projects with Outside Expertise

Expanding your team with outside experts is a time-tested way to accelerate your project life cycle or build the skills of your internal team. You can get fresh perspectives on the latest industry trends. You can avoid groupthink by bringing more diverse and varied experience and skill sets to a web development project.

Best of BADCamp 2017

BADCamp is more than just a conference. It’s an amazing, supportive community where connections are made with ease, everyone brings an enthusiastic desire to help each other grow, high-quality training is offered for free and the after party rocks all night.

How to write a winning RFP

In addition to sponsoring the BADCamp Nonprofit Summit, Kanopi’s CEO Anne Stefanyk hosted a collaborative breakout session titled, “How to Draft an RFP to Find the Right Vendor.” The discussioin revealed a number of key factors to drive successful RFP outcomes.  Know...

TexasCamp 2017 Retrospective

“You may all go to hell and I will go to Texas.” ~ Davy Crockett   The slogan for TexasCamp 2017 didn’t pull any punches, and the event didn’t either! Growing to 200 participants in only its second year, the three-day TexasCamp in Austin went off without a hitch. (Get...