I just finished giving a presentation at DrupalCamp Montreal about using Subversion to manage Drupal development and deployment. I've attached the slides and code I mentioned during the seminar; video will be posted by the
DCM DBN team soon.
Yesterday I gave a presentation to the Waterloo Region Drupal User Group about the basics of using Subversion to manage a Drupal website. Most of the presentation applies to any use of Subversion, though I do touch on a few specifics relating to Drupal. If you're interested in learning about using version control to manage any website or project, this is a great place to start.
For my masters work, I'm currently focusing on creating a framework for classifying computers users as experts or novices. I was very surprised that such a framework or template didn't all ready exist. In most cases, researchers will choose a single attribute and use that to classify users as "experts" or "novices". For example, the most common selection criteria I've seen is to use Web developers as "internet experts", and computer science students and professors as "computer experts".
Pinchin Environmental is a Canadian company specializing in environmental consulting. Launched in October of 2008, this project involved replacing the previous DreamWeaver-based site with a modern, standards compliant website. Using Drupal 5, the site offers features and functionality impossible to implement with the previous system. To read the full case study, or to see screenshots of the site in action, please see the Pinchin Environmental project page.
- Introduction and live demos using jQuery