A column for Volume 4, Issue 1 of "Drupal Watchdog", the print magazine distributed at the semi-annual DrupalCon. It discusses the importance of an "easy entry" to technology, and the struggles Drupal has experienced in that regard.
I just wanted to say thank you for your lynda.com tutorials. I've been a content/project manager for the past four-plus years and I've always worked with Drupal -- but only recently I have had the opportunity to be on the admin level. It's been such a pleasure getting to know these new privileges through your approachable tutorials.
Your videos are the main source of my Drupal education and they are well presented, informative, and example-filled to allow me to get content out and new sites built very quickly. Thank you for all of your work and I look forward to more videos as Drupal continues to develop.
I watched your Drupal 7 Essential Training and fell in love with Drupal. Now I want to take Drupal seriously and find it as my feature career. I just want to thank you for your awesome tutorial at lynda.com.
I just wanted to say thank you for your easy-on-the-ears video's on lynda.com about Drupal. I watched them a over year ago and am now making a lot of Drupal sites, and am also passing on my knowledge to my classroom and employees. Today I was wondering, how did I get here? And I remembered, it was you and your damn
I can't say enough how impressed I am with your and the other lynda.com tutorials that I have watched. I am a former math teacher, so I'm a pretty tough critic when it comes to teaching techniques. I have recommended the course to others in our company who are using it too.