I created this site with Thomas Lattimore at Give Camp Charlotte. Langford Chapel previously had no website so we created some basic functionality for them including a calendar, blog, ministries, contact page, prayer requests, and more!

To save time we used a free theme from Drupal.org and then modified it to make it a bit more unique for the church.

Drupal Modules to contribute

Submitted by matthew on December 18, 2010 - 8:31pm

I have been doing development for Poieo Design for a bit now and we have a number of modules that we are looking forward to clean up and contribute. Here is a sneak peak of what we are currently working on:

Starview Bottles was redesigned and rebuilt in Drupal and Ubercart from a fully static site. The client now has the ability to manage his inventory online and sell his products online with ease.

This site was designed and managed by Erica Zoller and themed by Mike Hoffman

SerenityPlantation.com is a blog site for the writings of Ernest Davis who has traveled the world as a missionary. For months he had been emailing friends and family with great stories so I and his son Matt Davis decided to build a site for him where he could share his stories and people could subscribe to them.

Drupal and Flex

Submitted by matthew on December 16, 2010 - 11:31am

I am still amazed at the number of people that come to my website to read my articles on how to integrate Drupal with Adobe Flex. I think that is a sign I should be doing more work in that area. I decided to quite using Flex full time in my client for about a year ago when Drupal 6 was release. The only reason I used Flex in the first place was for the pretty IDE and the pretty UIs I could make, but with D6 and Jquery, I can do it all there!

Anyway, I think this is a sign. I guess I will start looking into more ideas of Drupal and Flex integration. Any ideas on what you want to see?

Drupal Camp Asheville was developed on WebEnabled.com based on the COD profile. After being developed it was then deployed to a WebEnabled private server.

We expanded on the features that came with COD to let us track attendees, session, sponsors, and more to build a great conference event website.

Full Time Freelance

Submitted by matthew on July 29, 2010 - 11:27am

Because of the high demand of Drupal work out there, I have decided to quit my job and go freelance full time!

Starting September 3rd, I will be available for more work. It will also give me more time to focus on my modules in Drupal contrib, Eventbrite and Subversion. I am also looking forward to getting more involved with Redmine and getting some much needed plugins created.

So please look forward to more drupal module work coming from my next of the woods!

Amfphp Remote Service class

Submitted by matthew on March 29, 2010 - 12:38pm

I have told you all that I would post this a while ago so here it is. This is the class I use to dynamically grab data via amfphp programmatically in actionscript 3 without needing to create a remote object mxml node.

Drupal Camp Nashville

Submitted by matthew on March 13, 2010 - 2:57am

Come check out Drupal Camp Nashville tomorrow! Registration is free and so is the beer.

I will be presenting two sessions, one on Drupal & Flex integration and another on Features and Drupal Distribution.

Slides, resources, and videos to come later.

Drupal Camp Slides

Submitted by matthew on September 23, 2009 - 8:21pm

Here are my slides from my Drupal Camp Atlanta presentation. I got caught up with work leading up to the day so most of the content came from Chris Charlton who had put on a previous session a few years ago. Well here they are:

What is Drupal?

Drupal - a completely free, open source content management system that many organizations are using today to provide for their needs. Drupal's many features and add-ons allow it to be used for a variety of website needs. Drupal is a good choice for today's organizations of any size because it is free, easy, and incredibly flexible.

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