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Drupal Core Contributors

Meet some of Acquia's 98 Drupal 8 core contributors.

Adam Hoenich

Adam (aka phenaproxima) has been building Drupal sites, writing themes, and making custom modules since 2007, but he really ramped up his involvement with the Drupal community in 2013 when he inherited the Corresponding Entity References module, and in 2014 when he wrote the Drupal Module Upgrader for Acquia. Since then he has worked on the core migration path from Drupal 6 and 7 to Drupal 8.

Alex Bronstein

Located in Eugene, Oregon, Alex Bronstein (effulgentsia) has been instrumental to the Drupal 8 release through his work as a Framework Manager for Drupal 8 Core. Prior to Acquia, Alex has been programming custom Drupal modules since 2005 and contributing to the Drupal community since 2008.

Amit Goyal

Amit Goyal, from Delhi, India, has been a Drupalist since 2005; he started with Drupal 4.x! An active contributor to the Drupal community, Amit has worked on many projects involving issues like migration, multisite, and multilingual. He has also contributed to many contributed modules, and to Drupal core (7.x, 8.x).

Gábor Hojtsy

Gabor Hojtsy, Drupal developer and employee #1 at Acquia, is the Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative lead. A Drupalist since 2003, Gabor has assembled and sustained a large (1300 contributors!) global team that has made multilingual one of the most anticipated features in Drupal 8.

Jess (xjm)

Jess (xjm on Drupal.org) is a developer, reviewer, mentor, language nerd, and naturalist. She somewhat unintentionally developed her own home-grown content management system in 2003, and discovered a few years later that Drupal could save her a whole lot of work. 

Kevin Oleary

Kevin O’Leary has been a Drupalist since 2008. As Director of Design at Acquia, Kevin remains focused on creating a lean and agile customer experience through choice architecture and cross-disciplinary team building. His main goal? Delivering products that work.

Most significant D8 contribution

Tim Plunkett

Straight out of Philly, Tim Plunkett has been building sites with Drupal for 7+ years. As an active member of the Drupal community, Tim is a core subsystem co-maintainer for Drupal’s Ajax system, configuration entity system, form system, and many more. In the spring of 2014, Tim joined Acquia as a senior engineer to help bring Drupal 8 to life and today has over 1200 commits.

Wim Leers

I stumbled into Drupal while working on another open source project, and I was looking for the best software to build and maintain websites. After evaluating many options, I ended up choosing Drupal. Drupal did most of the things I needed it to do, except a few.

Drupal.org Contributions

QueryBuilder
Commit by Naveen Valecha

QueryBuilder is a module which build dynamic query for developers. That module helps the Drupal developer especially those who are newer to Drupal. It reduces the amount of time for building query. It also provide option to clear cache of the site every time when cron run.

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CSV Serialization

This module provides a CSV encoder for Drupal 8 Serialization API. This enables the CSV format to be used for data input and output in various circumstances.

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Shield Pages
Commit by Naveen Valecha

Shield Pages modules allows the administrator to secure any page in your website by password. You just need to go to configuration page of this module and add path, password. After that the added path will be password protected.

Shield Pages
BigPipe Demo
Commit by Wim Leers

This module makes it easy to visualize the impact BigPipe can have for a site. Because it's just a module that provides two blocks, it's very easy/unobtrusive to install on your site, to see what the impact would be of using BigPipe for your site.

BigPipe Demo
Content Browser

This module provides a default Entity Browser that lets you browse and select your Content from a feature-rich View that displays rows in a grid using a new View Mode. This allows for content editors to visually select what Content they want to reference while maintaining a consistent style throughout the selection process.

Content Browser
URLs Queuer

This module queues URLs or paths to your Purge queue. Drupal 8 introduces tag-based cache invalidation which is much more efficient than legacy URL or path based invalidation and leads to less processing and smaller queues. However, when your CDN or external caching system does not support tag-based invalidation, this module is for you!

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RefreshLess
Commit by Wim Leers

RefreshLess makes navigating your web site faster by only loading the parts that change between pages. Uses the ideas behind Turbolinks technique (pioneered by Rails). But it goes further: thanks to Drupal 8's architecture, we're able to automatically figure out which parts of a page change. So, we only need to send the parts of the page that actually change.

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Decoupled Blocks
Commit by Adam Hoenich

This module is a javascript-framework-agnostic, progressive decoupling tool to allow custom blocks to be written by front end developers in the javascript framework of their choice, without needing to know any Drupal API's.

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CloudFlare
Commit by Adam Weingarten

CloudFlare is a FREE reverse proxy, firewall, and global content delivery network and can be implemented without installing any server software or hardware.

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In addition to the jazz and Po-Boys, DrupalCon New Orleans also boasted thirteen session tracks. We wanted to bring the record up to date and collect all the presentations that Acquians gave in NOLA.

Twelve Acquians presented, and tackled challenging topics in addition to providing extensive expertise.

Check out the presentations below to expand your knowledge on all things Drupal.

Need a recap of the Drupal 8 material covered at DrupalCon Mumbai? Look no further than the presentations delivered by Acquians.

Here is a recap of all the presentations delivered by Acquians at DrupalCon Barcelona.

From a "Plain Drupal English" guide for remaining Drupal 8 Critical to RESTful APIs, the presentations by Acquians at DrupalCon LA will keep you up-to-date on all things Drupal.

On the Horizon

2016

DrupalCamp London

2015

DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015

2014

2013

Iowa
Austin
Toronto
Michigan
LA
Boston
Baltics
Ohio
New Hampshire
Colorado
CIS
Philadelphia
Twin CitiesNew Jersey
Dallas
Germany
Montreal
Phoenix
Florida
Hungary
Vancouver
San Diego
Sacramento
Leuven
Caceres
Targu Mures
Western Massachusetts
Stanford
Santander
Vienna
PHP Benelux
Mexico
Costa Rica
Dubai
London
Alpe Adria
Bangalore
Islamabadv
Slovakia
DevDAys Dublin
Taipei
Delhi
Stockholm
DrupalJam
Canberra
Guatemala
Pakistan
Front End United
Atlanta
Bolivia
Gotenberg
Berkeley
Colombia
Paris
Chattanooga
Wroclaw
Latino
Scotland
Cornell
COnnecticut
Manila
Utah
Fox Valley

2012

2011

2010