As I mentioned in the previous post, I recently became a web developer for a federal contractor working on Drupal sites. For those of you who have never worked on Drupal, it’s like most content management systems (CMS) in that it requires several things to be set up and configured in order to run. Being […]Read More Choosing a Drupal Development Environment
I’m back! Re-reading my first two posts lets me see that I’m not very good at maintaining this site. I wrote those two posts last summer and haven’t done much with this site since. But, in my defense, there’s a good reason! Well, not really, mostly I just kept putting it off and then I […]Read More I Got a Web Developer Job!
I mentioned in my introductory post that I’m about to finish up a bachelor’s program at UMaryland-UC in software development and security and that, despite nearing the end of such a degree, I still don’t feel job ready. Nevertheless, I want to try to place my programming skills and comfort with technology into context before […]Read More What I’ve Learned So Far
I know, I know, a web developer looking to write about his adventure into self-directed programming education shouldn’t be relying on WordPress to create his first site, he should be hard coding this sucker. But, to my credit, this technically isn’t my first site. It’s not even my second. I’m 13 courses into a 16 […]Read More Hello, World