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Angela Byron is an open source evangelist, and has been called a Drupal freak by those in the know. She got her start as a Google Summer of Code student in 2005 and since then, she has immersed herself in the Drupal community. Her work includes coding and reviewing patches, creating and contributing to modules and themes, testing and quality assurance efforts within the project, improving documentation, and providing user support on forums and IRC. Angela is on the Board of Directors for the Drupal Association, and helps drive community growth by leading initiatives to help get new contributors involved. She is a sought-after lecturer on many themes, especially the topic of women in Open Source.
Addison Berry is deeply involved with Drupal and takes part in many aspects of both the software and the community. She contributes patches to core Drupal, maintains several contributed modules, and is active in various mentoring programs such as the Drupal Dojo group and Google's Highly Open Participation (GHOP) program. Addison helps maintain the drupal.org website, and is a permanent member of the Drupal Association General Assembly. Her work focuses on improving Drupal documentation and she has worked to provide a wide range of tutorials covering all aspects of Drupal from community involvement to code.
Bruno De Bondt has been theming and developing with Drupal since 2005, specializing in independent media sites. After stumbling upon Drupal while looking for an open source CMS to build a major Belgian citizen journalism website, he was captivated with its flexibility and the project's community. His contributions to Drupal include documentation and usability testing, with a focus on multimedia, and modules that improve editorial workflows.
The book is relatively good, however I would have apprecieated more focus on explaining the terminology of Drupal, and how the different constructs are assumed to be used.Published 4 months ago by Svren Jonsson
The samples don't work unless you install an old version of Drupal and if yo do there are a bunch of errors due to conflicts with the newer versions of Apache and PHP and when you... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen J Hall
Haven't finished it but so far so good. Great with Drupalize me a Drupal course. Five more words required. ByePublished 10 months ago by Rick L
I ordered a used copy of Using Drupal assuming it would be for Drupal 7. But I got the book for Drupal 6. Big differences! Read morePublished 12 months ago by P. McMurrey
Unfortunately not what I am looking for but, it is very informational in regards to building your own website(s). If you like Drupal then this book is a must readPublished 12 months ago by y12srt
Good book, though to be fair, I only use for reference. I'm reviewing several CMS and Drupal looks capable, but maybe not what I am looking for. Read morePublished 13 months ago by E. Parsons
If you already are comfortable with Drupal basics (not a necessity), and are ready to take the "Red Pill", this book will show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really liked the practical approach that this book takes using an assortment of projects. Each project demonstrates some key Drupal modules. Read morePublished 20 months ago by M. A. Mowen
I liked this book at the start - good hands on exercises and pretty well-explained. However things get hard at chapter 3 when you have to jump through a whole lot of hoops just as... Read morePublished 21 months ago by dp