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Heather James

Manager of Learning Services
Acquia, Inc.

I worked with Acquia for several years, creating learning content. I earned my Masters of Science focusing on learning and technology to support learning. I work with partners as well as the Learning Services team in delivering the training program across the globe.

When Dries asked at DrupalCon San Francisco: "Has Drupal changed your life?" I was one of the people who stood up. It's an amazing experience, and feel I'm participating in a larger cultural shift which shows the benefits of collaboration and working together. This gives me hope that the world is getting better.

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Posted on jeudi, le 7 mars 2013, 16h37 EST
By Heather James If you're responsible for building and skilling up a team to develop Drupal sites, I'm going to introduce you to three inspiring internship programs you should know about. I'm also going to show you what is working in those programs Plus...
Posted on mercredi, le 27 février 2013, 07h26 EST
In my first blog post, I outlined the main sources for fresh news and info about Drupal. In this post, I’ll round up the best blog sources for tutorials in the Drupal community. Great Beginner Blogs Round-up There’s such a large volume of great Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 25 février 2013, 05h36 EST
If you’re new to Drupal you maybe haven’t noticed yet. Things more fast in Drupal. One of the mottos is: “The Drop is always moving”. It can be hard to find out what new tools and methods are becoming popular and where the action is. Good thing is, Plus...
Posted on mercredi, le 13 février 2013, 17h26 EST
In this 3 part Drupal How to series, I'm going to show you how various options for configuring images on your site. In Part 1, we looked at how to tweak the default image options. In Part 2, we saw ways to allow inline images. In this post, I’ll Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 12 février 2013, 09h35 EST
As a training manager, my job is to help Acquia’s clients develop the skills on their teams through training. I spend time listening to the team leads and matching their requirements to our courses, or our partner's online training services. Over Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 4 février 2013, 11h48 EST
In this 3 part Drupal How to series, I'm going to show you how various options for configuring images on your site. In Part 1, we looked at how to tweak the default image options. Here, in Part 2, we'll see ways to allow inline images. In Part 3, we Plus...
Posted on vendredi, le 1 février 2013, 07h03 EST
By Heather In this 3 part Drupal How to series, I'm going to show you how various options for configuring images on your site. Here, in Part 1, we'll see how to tweak the default image options. In Part 2, we'll see ways to allow WYSIWYG and inline Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 8 janvier 2013, 09h05 EST
As the new year starts, I'm making ALL kinds of resolutions. Is learning Drupal on your list of things to do? Or maybe you want to finally switch over that site to Drupal? Hopefully our active training events calendar has courses and dates and Plus...
Posted on mercredi, le 31 octobre 2012, 08h53 EDT
In the landscape of web development, working and learning are converging. I think about this quite a bit at Acquia as we keep tuning our courses and training program. We often focus on the technical benefits of adopting Drupal. However, it occurred Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 25 septembre 2012, 05h44 EDT
Are you based in Costa Rica? Know someone who'd like to find out about Drupal? Send them to the free "Hello Drupal" at the end of this month in Costa Rica with Anexus IT. And keep an eye on our Drupal training calendar for events in your area. Un Plus...
Posted on vendredi, le 17 août 2012, 10h12 EDT
Starting in September, I’ll be teaching a 10 week long course at Queen's University Belfast in their Open Learning Program. Register now for this course £110.00. Acquia has been working closely with colleges to deliver Free student Drupal training Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 23 juillet 2012, 07h24 EDT
In a recent blog post, I introduced some of Acquia's training partners, as a follow up, I wanted to introduce the trainers. One of the things I do in my job is meet all of the new trainers who join up through our Training Partner program. I Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 2 juillet 2012, 09h28 EDT
By Heather I'm going to be blogging about our training partners and their trainers this summer, because they are awesome, and I'm very proud of what they're doing. All of our training partners are really busy. For example, Doug Vann is traveling Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 7 mai 2012, 15h15 EDT
by Heather It's the Drupal t-skirt! You have a pile of Drupal t-shirts, you can knit some Drupal socks (by Emma Jane Hogbin), and now you can complete your outfit with a skirt. Today was a day off in the UK. (Yay bank holidays!) I decided to Plus...
Posted on jeudi, le 26 avril 2012, 09h26 EDT
By Heather James Pretty much every time I run a Hello Drupal course, people want to know more about event calendars in Drupal. These two questions just came into my inbox just this morning: Q: Is it possible to have different users logging on and Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 23 avril 2012, 12h25 EDT
My colleague, Frank Maxwell, and I presented recently at the "OSForum" - open source forum day for local government in Ireland, after that we received emails from people who wanted to know more. It seemed we needed to do something to suit a bigger Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 31 janvier 2012, 06h01 EST
This week we'll learn about the importance of end-user training. In February, I'll write about modules you can use to customize the editor user experience in Drupal, and some news about initiatives in Drupal to improve the content administrator Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 17 janvier 2012, 04h49 EST
New to Drupal, but you're an experienced coder? Drop the API, and step away from the command line. In one of our most popular webinars of 2011 about developing with Drupal, developer Camilla Jensen (naxoc) admitted that- even with her experience Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 10 janvier 2012, 08h03 EST
As a Drupal trainer, I am very interested in the results of usability testing because it often chimes with the same observations we make of new users as they learn Drupal. One finding in particular strikes a chord for those who are new to theming: " Plus...
Posted on mercredi, le 9 novembre 2011, 11h58 EST
No naming and shaming here, but you know you've seen it. You're browsing around and see something very "drupally" about a site. Suspiciously, you view source or look at builtwith.com just to double check. What was it that you noticed? Was it some Plus...

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