Thoughts on Drupal

By Deane Barker • Posted on January 02, 2009

I’m working with Drupal for the first time on a hobby project I’m doing with Seth Gottlieb (about which you’ll hear much more later…). Adam Kalsey – Drupal ninja that he is – is advising us on the technical implementation, and he’s been a great help.

Why Drupal? Because I didn’t know it, and figured I needed to. Seth and I, after all, had the discussion about how there are people like to feel smart and people that like to feel stupid. Learning Drupal has made me feel plenty stupid, and that’s exciting. And there’s no better time to feel stupid while learning than on a project you’re doing for yourself.

During the process of learning Drupal, I’ve come on some observations. Keep in mind that these are from a content management veteran, but Drupal newbie. In no particular order:

So far, it’s going well. I’ll keep you updated.

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