Drupal Developers

12 results from Eastern Europe

Drupal - Content Management System, with certain unique features which make it very useful in some projects, and useless in others.

Yuriy S.

UA

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Full time

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PHP Developer

PHP/Drupal Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology industry.

Dmitry S.

UA

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Full time

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Drupal Developer

Freedom! Creation! Drupal!

Artem S.

UA

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Full time

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Senior Drupal Developer

Ready to jump on a new project and bring in experienced team.

Alexandr D.

UA

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Full time

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Senior Drupal Developer

Last 6+ years worked with Drupal and Wordpress, experienced with popular PHP frameworks.

Anton I.

UA

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Full time

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Lead Drupal Developer

Proficient experience of creating PHP applications.

Taras M.

UA

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Full time

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Freelance Web Developer

7 years of IT experience in the Analysis, Development, Theming, Testing and Implementation of multilanguages/mutlidomains information portals, online stores, social apps.

Arsen Y.

UA

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Full time

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Drupal Developer

I have 7+ years of commercial experience in web development;

Alexey A.

UA

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Full time

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Drupal developer

More than 7 years of experience in web development using PHP

Kirill S.

UA

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Full time

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Senior Drupal Developer

7 years of experience in web development using PHP

Alexander M.

UA

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Full time

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Drupal developer

Frontend development (7+ years of commercial experience) with basic knowledge of BackEnd stack.

Do you need a Drupal developer for your project?

Drupal, similarly to WordPress or Ghost, is a CMS – Content Management System. As any other CMS, it has certain unique features which make it very useful in some projects, and useless in others.

Among the most important Drupal features is reliable performance and extreme security (=less speed), simple content authoring, and flexibility achieved thanks to the modularity of the system.

It is used mainly in building integrated digital frameworks, as well as crafting well-structured, content-driven dynamic web experiences. It’s an easily scalable and very powerful system.

There are thousands of useful Drupal add-ons and modules, which make it endlessly functional in various situations. It can also be integrated with various other applications and services in a given company’s infrastructure.

Like most other CMS products, Drupal has been released and is constantly developed as an open-source project, under the GNU General Public Licence.

A large community, consisting of designers, developers, teachers, consultants, editors, coordinators and so on, has grown around this system because of how useful and flexible it is.

Drupal is probably less popular than WordPress, but it’s used in many places like, for instance, the government sites for France and the United States, the websites for BBC, NBC or Amnesty International, even the University of Oxford uses it.

Short history of Drupal

This system was created around the year 2000 by two students from the University of Antwerp. It started as a simple framework for online content which was used primarily by the students to communicate with each other.

The creators finished college, and decided to keep the project going. They published it on a new domain, and it was so interesting that it started attracting other developers and internet enthusiasts.

The source code for the CMS was released in 2001 in order to see what other people could build out of it. Afterwards it kept growing, and the system now powers a large chunk of the internet.

What skills should Drupal developers have?

Great Drupal developers should be familiar with web development fundamentals, particularly on the back-end side. Drupal is written in the PHP programming language, so they should know object-oriented PHP.

Other technologies that Drupal developers should be familiar with include SQL and MySQL, which Drupal uses on the database end, and JQuery, which also implies basic knowledge of JavaScript (as jQuery is just a JavaScript library).

They should know which third-party add-ons and modules are worth their attention, and would add value to their project. Another important thing is knowing how to tweak the core Drupal system and modify modules in order to meet project requirements.

It’s also great if they know how to tweak and customize style themes, as well as build new themes from scratch.

The best Drupal developers will be involved in the Drupal community, using their skills to contribute code, build modules, or debug other people’s code.

They should definitely have a good understanding of client-server architecture and how different browsers work.

It may be hard to find full stack Drupal developers who will be able to build a site, structure it, as well as design a great theme and make it beautiful. In some cases – especially larger projects – it might be a better idea to hire different developers for the back-end and front-end.

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