Drupal4

IDCM Innovations

This site is a Drupal site. I started with Drupal 4.6.8 and recently upgraded to Drupal 6. I find the best way to learn Drupal is to experiment with your own sites. Of course, using a sandbox (development area) is highly recommended for those large design adventures.

Client: 
Myself
Role: 
Web Developer
Status: 
Closed
Start: 
2008.12
End: 
2009.06
Platform: 
Web-Drupal
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GoinGreenHome.info

My client for this site already had a Drupal site in place and wanted to build a second Drupal sites so that he could chronicle his green home building experience, to share what he has learned, and to inspire others.
We used the existing Drupal installation, thus creating a multi-site configuration. We reused the theme from the current site and simply edited to fit the look and feel he wanted for this site.
My responsibilities were:

  • Setup the second site and install the database (D4 site)
Client: 
Sener Learning Services
Role: 
Web Developer
Status: 
Closed
Start: 
2007.05
End: 
2007.06
Platform: 
Web-Drupal
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ESCORT and Eastern Stream Center Sites

This project grew from being one site to two sites. During the planning and requirements stages, it was revealed that most of the content for each site was the same. Drupal was evaluated and tested for a multi-site, single-database solution.

My responsibilities on this project were to:

Client: 
State University of New York
Role: 
Web Systems Consultant
Status: 
Closed
Start: 
2005.12
End: 
2006.07
Platform: 
Web-Drupal

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Sener Learning Services Site

The Sener Learning Services site is an ongoing development project. The first site was developed as a Dreamweaver site and included a blog and search.

When I discovered Drupal, I proposed that the client convert to a Drupal site. The next stage of this project is to take this D4.6.8 site to D6.x.

My responsibilities on this project included:

Client: 
Sener Learning Services
Role: 
Web Systems Consultant
Status: 
Closed
Start: 
2004.12
End: 
2006.03
Platform: 
Web-Drupal
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Technology: