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Just to follow up for those who aren't already aware/involved (most of you), the Drupal Kata (http://drupalkata.com/) is up and running and we're starting to generate a bit of interest. That said, we're still very much in need of leaders, mentors, advisers, and apprentices in the areas of project/sprint/task management, education, business, and marketing. Developers, designers, themers, are obviously pretty key, but it helps when there are people to provide guidance.
These may be good points of entry -Read more
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DO NOT REMOVE THIS HEADER TEXT! This is list where people can mark themselves as available to take on projects. Anyone that works with Drupal can add themselves to this list. There is no filtering and no guarantees. If you are looking to hire someone, it is critical that you do your own research as there is no one vouching for these people. It is merely a list of potentials to help you on your search.Read more
We need to find an experienced Drupal developer to finish a new module for a client. Here are the details - please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to follow up.
PHP (of course)
The module (which is about 40% complete) is a custom product type for Ubercart. In brief, it's creating an overlay image to visually show various product options that the customer can change on this product type.
Work that is still required:
Admin tool to upload the overlay files for the product options
Purpose Campaigns is an international team based in New York that builds cutting-edge social and political movements. Our principals David Madden and Jeremy Heimans co-founded GetUp.org – an Australian online political movement that is now larger than all Australia’s political parties put together and www.avaaz.org/en/, the world’s largest online political community with more than 3.3 million members (a partnership with MoveOn.org).Read more
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For certain content on a site, I want to implement "security by obscurity" by having the posts show up only in restricted views and by making the URLs for those posts a set of random, unguessable characters (like Microsoft does with GUID).
So, I need guidance in two parts:
- What module (presumably CCK-related) or trick will create a set of random, unguessable characters that I can then use as replacement token in pathauto?
The $977 is based on approximately 39 hours work at $25 an hour.
You will be paid weekly based on your performance and results.
This is a serious job and long term opportunity potentially, for the right person, worth a LOT more than $997.
The number of hours / 'hourly rate' could be more or less depending on your individual hourly rate is normally and what we discuss in terms of additional projects which are already lined up.
A full project specification sheet will be given to you.
a) Customising a Drupal platform
b) Adding modules
c) Membership Module
blockquote>Bad news is always good news for the press. And so Vaughan Pyre has decided to take advantage of this and create a web site that will aggregate bad news and weird happenings from all over the world. The content of the site will be entirely derived from RSS feeds from several sources; each feed being automatically fetched and its items displayed as individual articles on the web site. Vaughan's intention is to create a lot of self-updating web sites which he intends to populate with Google ads for site users to click and click so that he can make a lot of money.Read more
I'm currently looking for a Drupal Freelancer for an ongoing project. If the following is something you are interested in, please fill out thus Drupal inventory http://bit.ly/rCXcc I need to find someone right away on this. Or even if this project isn't right for you, feel free to fill it out anyway, as I have quite a number of other projects I need to find people for.
Here's a description:
* Need a drupal developer/consultant to work 5 to 7 hours a week for at least 3 months and can start in the next week or two.
I’m looking for Drupal developers interested in occasional freelance work.
As a (thankfully) busy freelancer myself, I’d like a small pool of good developers to help augment those weeks when the work is more than one developer can do.
I manage all the projects directly and coordinate the work via an online project management and ticketing system. If you are comfortable working this way, and can use SVN and other repos to code in a distributed environment, please contact me.
Various skill levels and expertise welcome (designers, themers, coders, Drupal lovers).Read more
Greetings! I wanted to introduce you to my new Blog for IT consultants by IT consultants. This Blog discusses the business of Contract Consulting in IT. It is for people who are new to contracting and those who are veterans. I will be discussing every day consulting challenges, insight and advice as well as expose some secrets of the backoffice recruiting and staffing process. Hope to see you online soon!
Please stay tuned for the Field Guide to IT Contract Consulting book due out this fall!
Original Post: http://drupal.org/node/536998
You ought to look at the discussion over there before working with these numbers. The rate you'll need to pay for Drupal work depends entirely on your project.
The answer to this question is that it depends:
Off-shore rate: $15-$20/hr
Freelancer Rate in North America: $30-$60 -- Cheaper rate more experience, but only enough bandwidth for one project at a time. Not capable of being responsive when working on another client project.
High-end Freelancer rate $80-$100Read more
The video we captured is posted and linked off the Session pages.
Titles with "+ Slides + Video" for example on the end will have those resources.
We hope that those that could not attend will enjoy some of the goodness we shared at MIT on June 13 and 14, 2009.
A special thanks to Sheeri Cabral and her assistant Ed Carlevale for their brilliant production work.
"Rockstar" Drupal Developer Needed -- Location: Anywhere in the CT or ET time zones. | UltraWellness.com
A vibrant health and wellness company is seeking a freelance; part-time, highly productive, jack-of-all trades Drupal Developer to take over the future development efforts of our primary web presence.
We are looking for someone who has hands-on experience going beyond your standard Drupal installation with thorough knowledge of the base Drupal architecture as well as experience developing customized Drupal modules and extensions from scratch.Read more
(for a write up of Zappos.com's use of Drupal see here: http://drupal.org/node/474838)
Zappos.com, powered by service, is one of the fastest growing online retailers and we are looking to hire smart, forward-thinking problem solvers to join our world-class development team. Zappos.com offers an extensive benefits package for all full time employees including medical, dental, vision, and 401k!
Position Summary:Read more
If you're paying a development team to build a Knight or similarly funded project, what are you paying them?
Jackson River (http://www.jacksonriver.com) is growing and we are looking for an experienced web developer, with Drupal skills, to join our growing and dynamic team. If you are looking for technically interesting work and think its a plus to help influential non-profit organizations along the way, then this is the job for you!
About the job:
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to join our technology team and be a part of some exciting Drupal based projects. Key skills are listed here, and more info can be found online at: http://www.jacksonriver.com/drupal_developer.pdf
· Drupal 6 website development experience.
· Solid understanding of the HTTP protocol.
· Experience building Web content management and Web publishing applications.
· Strong knowledge of XML, XML, CSS and web services.
· Strong experience using MySQL.
· Great communication skills
· Expertise in business requirements analysis and technical design.
· Experience with SVN
4-year computer science degree or equivalent.
I've heard on several occasions, including responses to my last post on How to Segment Blog Personas, the recommendation to NOT use the core blog module, but instead to use CCK and Views to replicate the blog module functionality. This makes perfect sense, and I'm doing that going forward.
But what about a site that already has a bunch of blog posts using the core blog module? Has anyone successfully converted a bunch of existing blog posts from the Blog module to custom content types? Can anyone share step-by-step instructions?