Vincenzo Gambino

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Pearson Higher Nationals - a Drupal Case Study

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
03 Sep, 2015
Vincenzo Gambino is a Drupal Association Certified Developer and Ping Pong Ace. He is also the principal architect of Pearson’s HN Global online learn...
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Local Invest Showcase - a Drupal Case Study

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
13 Aug, 2015
The  Local Invest Showcase website is operated by for UK Trade and Investment (UKTI). BrightLemon were commissioned to design, build and support the s...
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Drupal Training London

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
06 Aug, 2015
DrupalTeachers are delighted to offer a new range of Drupal 7 training packages for beginners through to intermediate users. This training provides ex...
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Drupal 7 Multilingual Site Entity Translation 1

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
16 Mar, 2015
Sometimes a client has the need to deliver content in different languages from their website to increase traffic and have more visibility across the w...
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Why Is It so Important to Test E-Learning Platforms?

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
13 Jan, 2015
Image credit: Stéfan In recent years, the concept of e-learning platforms has risen considerably with students accessing the courses as per their ease...
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My Time at BrightLemon: a Community Not a Company

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
12 Aug, 2014
by our intern, Henry
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Drupal Celebrates 10 Years at Drupalcon Chicago

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
11 Mar, 2011
Over 3,000 attendees gathered in Chicago from the 7th to the 10th of March this week for the semi-annual Drupal Conference event, making it the second...
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Social Networking Made in China - Part 4 (Of 4)

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
24 Sep, 2010
In this final blog post, I will describe how a social networking site in China was shaped using simple user research and the resulting development of ...
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Unexpected Exclamation Marks: Php Mail Function

Posted by Vincenzo Gambino
01 Mar, 2010
I had recently been working with PHP's mail function(), sending out automated HTML e-mails when a form was submitted.
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