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Randstad, a company providing temporary and permanent employment HR services, is using Drupal
for their French site: http://randstad.fr
Randstad is the second largest HR services provider in the world and has major positions in over 50 countries. Randstad is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange. If you're looking for Drupal work, they might have a job opening ... (Hat tip: Joeri Poesen)
In 1996, Linux kernel development is what first attracted me to Open Source, and what led me to contribute to the Linux WLAN project in 1999. Ever since, I've worked on or with Open Source projects pretty much full-time.
Last month at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco, I met Mike Woster, Director of Business Development at the Linux Foundation, the non-profit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux. Turns out they are avid users of Drupal.
In 2008, they switched the Linux Developer Network to Drupal, earlier this year they launched a video site on Drupal, and most recently, LinuxFoundation.org itself switched to Drupal! And rumor has it there might be more to come ...
InfoWorld relaunched on Drupal 6 yesterday! Check out their new site at http://infoworld.com. InfoWorld has been around since 1978 and is a well-known resource for IT professionals. I hope they write up a use case because it is a great testament to Drupal 6.
The project was done by Optaros (an Acquia partner), with help from Airbag Industries for the design work. Chris Fuller was the project lead.
Not only is there a new tour, but MichaelJackson.com
, the official site for fans of the King of Pop, has just re-launched, featuring some new community-oriented features and some old-school graphics from back in the day. MichaelJackson.com
was built using Drupal
by the good folks at Sony Music. They are also using Mollom
to protect against comment and forum post spam. Moonwalks!
All of our French friends know Brico Depot
as a big chain of DIY stores. Well, they are using Drupal
Ketnet is a public children's television channel in Belgium, owned and operated by the VRT, a public broadcaster. The Ketnet site
is using Drupal
! (Hat tip: Seutje)