Drupal

Rain City Studio Thanks

Today I was browsing through the various Drupal firms and starting plowing through their various portfolios. Some peeps I've worked with from various companies:

While reading through Rain City's site, they mention me specifically for work on Sony's Multisite Implementation. Thanks guys!

I can't thank Lullabot's Nathan Haug enough for his incredible support as we became familiar with the site framework.

Many thanks to Doug Gottlieb, Nathan Haug, Earl Miles and all the folks at Lullabot and Sony who have made these sites happen. Here's to many more.

AHAH Example

So... today I put in effort into expanding the now committed AHAH Forms API to extend to all form elements. This means all kinds of effortless page updating on text area changes, radio buttons... you name it. The first target: the blocks page! Does this seem useful or annoying to you guys? Admittedly, the weight problem needs to be solved in general, but I'm not sure if this is the solution. Notice that different regions disappear and appear as needed, no javascript in the block module involved at all. In any case, it made a great test-case scenario!

See the patch for Drupal 6: http://drupal.org/node/157752

Nate Goes Lullabot

September 29 marked another big shift in my lifestyle. It concluded the my day of work at 220solutions/cvbTV, and marked the first day of full-time work at Lullabot. I'll now be doing Drupal development fulltime, along with occasional training sessions and consulting.

The 'bots flew me up to San Francisco this past week to meet most of the crew and sit in on the latest workshops. I couldn't ask for a better group of people to work with. Besides the people, we've also got some awesome projects in the pipe that I'm really excited about.

MTV UK goes Live!

MTV UK launched their new site August 1st, powered by Drupal. I played a significant role in the development of the site: theming, custom modules, client support, and of course enhancing the webform.module, which started the whole affair. Working with such a large, global company I expected that I would be dealing with humorless suits. Much to my surprise, our company contacts are super-cool. And since their Brits they say cool things like "Cheers" and "Righto". Awesome.

MTV is using the new powers granted by Drupal to determine programming for their new television channel "MTV Flux", where users contribute their own content. Based on website feedback popular content is then played on Flux.

 

Check out the press release from Lullabot for more information.

Haug Creative Debuts

In response to growing demand for web developers and my ability to contribute skills, I've launched the domain haugcreative.com. This marks the beginning of my services becoming freely available as my current projects allow time. I will soon be posting complete information on the services I provide. In the mean time, if you have a Drupal powered website needing some extra mucsle, contact me right away and we'll see what I can do.

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