Hey there. C'mon in!

I'm a Drupal Architect and developer. I've been a software developer since all mice had fur, "front-end" and "back-end" primarily related to horses, and blue tooth was something you got from eating raspberry Italian ice. There's a line in the ether between undiscovered wisdom and uncorrected folly. Feel free to have a poke around and note you might find either.

Drupal Association individual member

I created a Drupal 6 module, and in it I implemented hook_block(). I set up the block to appear in a certain region, and hook_block acted like a blockhead. The block consistently appeared in the Disabled list.

Last night I almost took the plunge into Linux...almost.

I was working on a new Drupal 6 module, and at least until things became more complex, I was writing it in a top-down manner

Some would say that I'm crazy using Drupal 7 Alpha 5 to relaunch my blog, but I needed D7 up and running for the new book anyway.

If you're a Drupal developer, you're aware, no doubt, of the coming of D7. One of the exciting changes in D7 is that CCK has been brought into core...somewhat.

I must say that, at times, I think the aggravation of using an IMAP mailbox outweighs the benefits.

It can be very frustrating to do what seems to be everything needed in order to receive USPS shipping quotes in Ubercart.

Why do some field names have suffixes?

What I've been reading

A great article on Object Oriented Design by Uncle Bob.

Of course, the Drupal Community isn't the only place to give back. It's a complex world, and there are as many worthy causes as their are melodies, with most being served by multiple charitable organizations. Here are a few of those that strike a 7th chord with me.