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Drupal CMS web site developer and administrator

When
03/03/2016 - 16/03/2016
Organisation(s)

Further development of the Research Ambassador & Mentoring Programme site for the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) [German Academic Exchange Service] and Australian Association of von Humboldt Fellows. Included migration to a secure Virtual Private Server (VPS).

(The site was initially developed as a DAAD alumni community contribution by Webel IT Australia between 2013-2015, as Dr Darren was a DAAD scholar during his research into supernovae and astrophysics at the University of Heidelberg (Karls-Ruprecht Universität) in Germany from 1989 to 1990.)

Dr Darren Kelly's online Web Technologies résumé

Please click here to download a printable PDF version of a concise Web Technologies résumé version of the full career Curriculum Vitae of Dr Darren R. C. Kelly, proprietor of Webel IT, summarising his extensive professional experience as an expert consultant and developer in a wide range of web technologies - especially Drupal™-driven Content Management System (CMS) web sites.

This Drupal™ CMS-driven Web Technologies Résumé web page also offers many links to examples on this site and client sites, and descriptions of Webel services for web and internet:

An overview of some PHP-driven Drupal™ CMS sites developed by Webel is available online at:

- Service: Drupal-driven Content Management System (CMS) web sites by Webel

Good summaries of web-related technologies employed by Dr Darren and Webel are also available online at:

- Web and internet technologies

- Programming and scripting languages

- Computing and information technology skills


Other résumé and CV versions

For information on development of web applications using model-based software engineering and systems engineering using Enterprise Java, XML and graphical UML™ and SysML™ - as well as experience with semantic web technologies - please visit also this model-based engineering résumé version:

- Dr Darren Kelly's model-based software and systems engineering résumé

For a full-career biographical CV (intended as a reference only) please visit:

- Dr Darren Kelly's full-career Curriculum Vitae

LAMP

From the Wikipedia:

The acronym LAMP refers to a solution stack of software, usually free and open source software, used to run dynamic Web sites or servers. The original expansion is as follows:

  • Linux, referring to the operating system;
  • Apache, the Web server;
  • MySQL, the database management system (or database server);
  • one of several scripting languages: Perl, PHP or Python.
  • The combination of these technologies is used primarily to define a web server infrastructure, define a programming paradigm of developing software, and establish a software distribution package.

    Though the originators of these open source programs did not design them all to work specifically with each other, the combination has become popular because of its low acquisition cost and because of the ubiquity of its components (which come bundled with most current Linux distributions). When used in combination they represent a solution stack of technologies that support application servers.

In the case of Dr Darren of Webel the 'P' stands for PHP (and Perl is no longer offered as a service).

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