Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
I'm a Drupal contributor and developer at Monarch Digital in Colorado Springs, Colorado. PHP is my expertise and the primary language for Drupal. However, I also enjoy writing Python and Java code and developing mobile applications. Have an interesting software problem? Shoot me a message below!
Trumpet has been a passion of mine since fourth grade. Throughout the year you can find me performing with Sunnyside Up Brass, Colorado Springs' premier Christian brass quintet. More recently, I've taken up piano and worked on several arrangements for brass quintet.
I enjoy mathematical challenges. With a little help, you too can excel at math. I can tutor you through all levels of high school or college math including Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Head on over to Colorado Math Tutor for more info (including free tutorials) or use the contact form below.
The pen is the tongue of the mind.
Urls are an extremely important part of your website. In this post you will learn how to migrate your url aliases from Drupal 6 or 7 to Drupal 8 even when using the popular Pathauto module.
Presentation: We are entering the Drupal migratory season following the release of Drupal 8.0 last November. This presentation covers core and contributed migration modules and explores custom source, destination, and process plugins.
Video: This is my Father's World
Drupal 8 ships with the ability to migrate content from older versions of Drupal or from any other systems. When you set up a custom migration you may need to modify incoming data before it is saved to Drupal. Today, I’ll show you how to create your own process plugin for mapping incoming content.
This year for DrupalCon 2016 we traveled down to The Big Easy (New Orleans, LA). The sessions I was most interested in involved PHP best practices.
Stop by the Monarch Digital/Drupal Site Support booth at Drupalcon NOLA for some free (as in beer) help with your Drupal problems.
Know how to listen, and you will profit even from those who talk badly.