Our organization not only uses Drupal but also contributes back to the community and to the project by writing modules and themes, participating in forums, lecturing at conferences, organizing Drupal events and more.
This page is a tribute to the contributors. It highlights how we give back to the community. It is our part of the /drupalgive initiative.
Presentations we've given
This project for Obermeyer, the Aspen-based ski company, began with a broad set of challenges, including three seperate websites, three distinct audiences, and i
We would all love to be all Agile, all time and materials, all the time. But the reality is that many projects are fixed bids.
Carto is one off the most powerful platform to visualize and analyze spatial data in the web ecosystem.
Ever wonder how methodologies would stack up in different situations? This panel compares & contrasts the pros and cons of 3 methodologies (Waterfall, Agile
Every agency has some kind of tension between the project management office and the sales team. This tension should not go away, and it’s possible to have healthy rel
It is an unfortunate reality that Content Creators are often the last group considered when setting priorities for a site build.
It is more or less universally accepted that the DevOps movement has led to better quality projects, improved quality of life for developers, and finally brought peace bet
The Drupal Association requested a case study for the Sandusky Radios common CMS project as a Featured Case Study to rotate through the Sites Made with Drupal section of the drupal.org home page.
Drupal 6 was not really popular for scalability due the limitations of DB read/write distributions but since this version many tools come to hands to make a Drupal site per
Created a session called Delicious Data: How to consume, massage and display data in many source formats -- code free!
Presentation at the 2011 Italian Drupalcamp on turning your Drupal ideas into products
Co-presented a session called Automating Drupal Deployment with drush_make and Features with my former colleague Adam Jensen.
The aim of this session is to investigate how entities are being used so far in contrib modules and try to identify (with your help!) what are the emerging patterns.
Entities are a powerful new abstraction introduced in Drupal 7 that can provide new ways to approach and resolve several often-encountered development problems.
Sharing experiences and approach to creating Drupal products.
I gave this presentation (in Spanish) in Drupalcamp Spain 2012 at Madrid.
A discussion / analysis of challenges module developers face and some possible ways forward.
In preparation for the impending release of Drupal 7 we presented some of the new features.
This module provides a "File Compressor" field type that allows to archive and compress attached files to an entity into a single file.
Video Embed field creates a simple field type called Video Embed that allows you to embed videos or show their thumbnail previews simply by entering the video's url.
Improved patch to provide hook_flag_validate(), working with maintainer to get integrated into the 3.x branch of flag.
This module enables the website to permanently store the access tokens
that the module fboauth retrieves from Facebook when the user grants access
Co-maintainer of this module that allows to generate fields dinamically.
This module periodically checks the status of the Drupal cache and generates a graph showing its size over time.
Participated in the code sprint at Drupalcon Munich to help bring views to Drupal Core.
Contributed code to update the Date module for compatibility with the Configuration Management Initiative.
The Multiple Flat Rates module enables you to easily define multiple flat-rate style delivery rates based on product class.
Count in an entity how many times had been referenced through Entity Reference Very useful for counting how many pos
This module alters the exposed filter form by adding hidden fields with the values from other params existing in the url, so when the form is submitted you don't lose the p
Ported the Nitobe theme to Drupal 7 and contributed to fix several issues.
Commerce PayPal EC integrates the Express Checkout PayPal payment method to the powerful e-commerce Drupal solution: "Drupal Commerce".
Auxiliary module to set custom images per url in the Nitobe theme.
This module allows the user to post a link to a Facebook wall for the node
been created or updated.
Drupal module that provides support for Prowl, which is a push notification client for the iPhone.
Documentation and project management for the WSCCI Initiative in Drupal 8.
Maintainer of the Drupal 7 branch of the Menu Icons module.
We ported the boxes translation module to Drupal 7 and created an official module.
Wrote the user commands plugin for drush.
Drupal Rooms is a booking and room management solution for hotels, vacation rentals and B&Bs.
The objective of this module is to provide a model entity and entity administration interface to kick-start your entity development.
As someone who was bitten in Drupal 5 with not knowing how or where to place custom and contributed modules, I helped overhaul the documentation in the new READMEs.txt for Drupal 8 to include best practices and back-ported much of the work to Drupal 7 as well.
Extend the functionality of Date Popup widget allowing to restrict some specific dates from the popup widget that don't match some condition specified via a view.
Provide a block with the activated filters and a block that display a custom description for each filter.
Create a question/response instant search widget similar to Quora powered by Solr and jQuery Autocomplete.
If you maintain your Drupal site with freelance developers you will share a DB dump with critical information as users, orders, profiles, etc.
This module was designed specifically to work in conjuction with Open Atrium to track how much time is spend in a ticket "case" and then extract a detailed report of the ti