Drupal nonprofit training and websites (Boulder, Colorado)
As you can tell from my blog and my other websites, I'm a Drupal developer and website integrator. What you may not know is that I'm also opening a nonprofit organization, and as I go down this road, I have a special place in my heart for nonprofit organizations.
As a result, if you're a nonprofit organization in the Boulder, Colorado area, I'll be glad to try to help you. I can provide free or low-cost Drupal training, and I can try to provide low-cost Drupal websites (though I need to think about how to do this second part in a way that will make both you and I very happy).
As for the free Drupal training, my current thinking is that if I can get several nonprofit organizations together in a room somewhere, I can demonstrate how to build Drupal websites from scratch. I just moved to Colorado recently, so I don't have an office here yet, but if we can borrow/rent an office somewhere, all I need besides that is (a) an internet connection and (b) a projector.
My Drupal websites
To help you understand some of my experience with Drupal, here's a list of some of the Drupal websites I've built:
- devdaily.com - receives millions of page views yearly
- How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary - supports my ebook of the same name
- One Man's Alaska - my former life, living in Alaska
- Legend of the Squirrel - a children's story about moving into a cabin in Talkeetna, Alaska, and meeting a friendly squirrel
- Mat-Su Valley Programming - my former business in Palmer, Alaska
Reporting live from beautiful Boulder, Colorado, this is Alvin Alexander.
Recent blog posts
- Good Scala programming resources (i.e., how to learn Scala)
- Over 150 Scala programming tutorials
- On software productivity and generating CRUD code
- CU Boulder team develops 'swarm' robots
- Generating CRUD forms for the Play Framework 2
- Great Scala learning resources
- Over 125 Scala tutorials
- Two new Scala video tutorials
- Mobiplug home connectivity (Boulder, Colorado), and SARAH
- My new book: 'You want me to do what? A Survival Guide for New Consultants'