Are you enjoying the feeling of weekend that is just around the corner? I bet you are and, perhaps, you have already planned something amazing for Saturday and Sunday. Friday is still an intensive day for BelVG staff, but the air is somehow changed, at least over my desk. It’s a real pleasure to slow down after negotiations with potential partners, heated discussions with chiefs and other big&small daily duties and finally revise what we have actually done this week.
If you have missed the biggest local happening Meet Magento Belarus 2012, don’t worry because speakers tend to upload their speeches in Internet after all. So does BelVG.
We post the report of Pavel Novitsky about Magento Debug Process and make it public for all Magento lovers. Enjoy!
It’s said “probably” because unlike 184.108.40.206 Prestashop version, the latest 220.127.116.11 version (released on June, 7) has no methods for mobile device detection. Changelog in version 18.104.22.168 says nothing about it while Changelog in version 22.214.171.124 reports:
[*] FO : Add mobile detection and mobile theme dispatcher
Where does the truth lie? We, folks, are confused. Anyways, I really hope that a mobile theme is not ready yet and developers will be given a nice present with a final version release.
So let’s see how methods worked in Prestashop 126.96.36.199.
We suppose you continue following our Magento certification-dedicated posts in our blog. This time we will describe class group configuration and use in factory methods.
Magento uses factory methods to instantiate Models, Blocks and Helpers classes, applying a necessary method (for example getModel, helper etc.). You should pass an abstract name of a class group, followed by an entity name. Class groups are described in configuration XML files in /etc/config.xml files of appropriate modules. (more…)
Big Magento happening takes place today in Belarus – Meet Magento Belarus. It is one of plenty local Magento conferences around the world intended to bring Magento developers and marketers, professionals and newbies, robust companies and startups at one place to share Magento knowledge and rediscover the passion for Magento innovations.
BelVG is also presented at the conference with Pavel Novitsky as a spokesperson with the topic “Magento debug process.” If you haven’t got the chance to visit it, don’t worry – we will post the article about its agenda and the most interesting ideas discussed early next week.
One misbelief exists: programmers are so freakish that they hardly find a common language to get along with an external world. It’s not true. At least on weekends.
Recently BelVG company celebrated the anniversary of its foundation, which became an excellent reason to gather all team together and run away from a big city to the green quite Island of Love nearby Minsk sea (actually, it’s a water storage basin).
Many of us brought spouses and kids to have fun with both coworkers and family. All BelVG children are active and bouncy as BelVG employees (look at the corresponding pic with two guys playing badminton).
Team gathering unveiled hidden talents of our guys and gals. Turned out, some of us play guitar and know a great bunch of Russian rock and pop song. And yep, barbecue was so yummy ;)
View more photos on our Facebook page.