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Sr. Drupal Developer (Boulder) | High Country Technology Partners, LLC

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High Country Technology Partners, LLC is a boutique technology staffing firm based in Denver, CO with staffing practices IT Consulting & IT Placement. Our goal is to understand our knowledge workers' goals and build a bridge to their most rewarding projects and positions.
Position: Senior Software Developer (Drupal)
Term: Permanent

Job Summary:
The senior software developer will have primary responsibility for researching, designing, developing, implementing, tracking, maintaining, and updating internal and external facing functionality and all other software development projects, working independently and as a member of the Technology & Delivery team. The senior software developer is also responsible for reviewing all templates, applications, and tools for conformity with house and company style, standards, and formatting. This person will also organize incoming development projects and prioritize project elements with the Software Development Manager and the Vice President of Technology & Delivery, as well as our internal and external customers, in such a way that deadlines are met and the web functionality, applications, and tools delivered are the best quality possible.

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help me with a few drupal issues | CDG Marketing (me)

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I've set up a Drupal site for a client. It was the only platform that had a module/plugin with the functionality of FillPDF. I've got the main functionality all taken care. (hired someone on to do the heavy lifting)

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Screencast Introducción Taxonomias en Drupal 6

Hola Comunidad

Acabo de publicar una nueva entrega de screncast sobre "Introducción a Taxonomías en Drupal 6" que pueden ver en

Espero les guste


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Create views fields from taxonomies for my module

Hello to all.

I would like to ask you a solution, and of course your help, for a problem that I have.

  • I created one module where I create some forms for the users to complete. There are also fields with terms from taxonomies.
  • I created a tables in the database called "cvprofile" which among others has the following fields "cvid, uid, ..."
  • I created a second table which has the relationship between "cvprofile" and "term_data". There are three fields, "cvid, tid, vid". Here I store the terms the user selects in the forms.
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