Drupal makes me feel like Bruce Lee + Jackie Chan

Fast. Powerful. And having a heck of a lot of fun.

9 responses to “Drupal makes me feel like Bruce Lee + Jackie Chan”

  1. James Walker says:

    HA! Lovin’ it, Sacha!!

    Keep the Drupal tips & love coming :-) Oh, and can we get a little Sacha super energy at http://groups.drupal.org/node/11942 ? Please? :)

  2. randell says:

    Hi Sacha! Where specifically do you get your Drupal resources aside from those available from their site? Thanks!

  3. bobstep says:

    Ah! Role models! Will Drupal make two guys working on a new site feel like Michelle Yeoh and Zhang Ziyi?

    ;-)

    Thanks for the very helpful Drupal (and emacs) posts…

  4. Bryan Ruby says:

    Thanks to Seth Gottlieb, I came across your blog for the very first time. I have a feeling this won’t be my only visit.

    In my own experience with Drupal, Drupal grows on you. Drupal is so addicting that it is best you turn away now before a new obsession starts!

    Randell and others…if you prefer hardcopy “how-to” books, a listing can be found at Drupal.org: http://drupal.org/books . My personal favorite is Pro Drupal Development (I have the first edition and waiting on the second edition). Online and a little dated is a very good start to finish “how-to” from IBM developerWorks that focuses on Drupal: Using open source software to design, develop, and deploy a collaborative Web site. This developerWorks article has been the cornerstone for starting some Drupal projects at my own workplace.

    Bryan

  5. Haha thats very funny! is there a website where there are more?

  6. Bryan Ruby says:

    I’m not sure if I just didn’t “Add comment” or if my comment is in moderation, but I’ll try this again. Sorry if this is redundant…

    Sacha, I’m a first time visitor, but I have a feeling this won’t be my only visit. You do good work! In my own experience with Drupal, Drupal grows on you. Drupal is so addicting that it is best you turn away now before a new obsession starts!

    Randell and others…if you prefer hard copy “how-to” books, a listing can be found at Drupal.org: drupal.org/books . My personal favorite is Pro Drupal Development (I have the first edition and waiting on the second edition). Online and a little dated is a very good start to finish “how-to” from IBM developerWorks that focuses on Drupal: Using open source software to design, develop, and deploy a collaborative Web site. This developerWorks article has been the cornerstone for starting some Drupal projects at my own workplace.

  7. Jacky Supit says:

    and what WordPress makes you feel like? :)

  8. JoRap says:

    Your Drupal tips are great! It goes to show how much you really love it. Keep it up!

    Hope to see your own masterpiece in Drupal so you can show the whole world how great it is, while having a great time!

    Very happy that a known figure in the Philippine ComSci scene loves Drupal! :D

    Really proud to be a Pinoy!!!

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