After receiving payment, we will arrange an initial call to discuss your project.
You share your source code and provide access to your website.
I'll need access to the source code for your website. Ideally, this is via GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, or whatever online version control you currently use, but I can also audit a zip file of your Git repository.
I'll need a user account to access your website to review its configuration, such as content types, user roles, etc. You can delete this once the engagement is complete.
Alternatively, I can use an export of the database to get a local version of your site up and running. Ideally, this would be sanitised to remove personal information such as usernames, email addresses and passwords.
I'll send you the document once it's complete for you to review.
We'll arrange a follow-up call to go through it in detail and for you to ask any questions.
I really love your daily posts. They are opinionated, and this gives room for thoughts, I appreciate this.
Following your "Automated tests" emails and they are great! Such a pleasant reading. I love how you start from the very beginning and keeping things simple, step by step.
Looking forward to more content!
Hi Oliver, we met briefly at the Tech Connect event in London last month. Been reading through a few of your latest posts and have found the messages valuable, especially as we spent the week learning about unit, integration and e2e testing. I have signed up to your mailing list to keep the good advice flowing!
These emails are superb and make for very interesting reading. Thank you!
Oliver's approach to testing is a continual reminder of his commitment to delivering high-quality, bug-free, software.
I had the opportunity and good fortune to work with Oliver solving two problems that I was having on a Drupal Commerce site. I have done several Drupal sites using UberCart, but since it is deprecated, I chose to use Commerce. I had searched, posted to forums, and other normal means to find answers to my problems, to no response and to no avail.
I got a referral to Oliver and scheduled an appointment to discuss the problems on a Zoom call. After showing him via screen share where I was stumped, he offered different approaches to what I was doing, which I was fine with as long as it worked.
Once we solved the first problem, I was really elated and then focused on the second one, which was an easier fix. So in a short period of time, both problems were fixed and tested.
I found Oliver was affable and easy to work with. He has a strong work ethic and a desire to solve problems for his customers and can recommend working with him. I think one of his strengths is to find alternative solutions to problems.
I am a big fan of your git approaches. I especially remember pairing with you and watching how many commands you run to solve many problems and how fast you were. It's a skill I believe not many have, particularly those who are used to working with a GUI like me, and personally I think it is quite valuable.
I like the "$ git log -S" and "$ git log --grep" commands, will definitely be using these, thanks!
Just wanted to say that your blog is amazing <3 I absolutely love it and usually share it with colleagues and some of the kids at my Code Club.
Thanks for contributing to the community with your amazing content!
I've wanted to explore testing for a while, but as a PHP developer with 10 years of Drupal experience who'd written next to no tests, I really needed guidance. Oliver's expertise in testing and TDD motivated me to seek his help.
Before our call, I'd started writing tests for my modules but needed direction, understanding the code to a degree but needing help with approach. Oliver clarified both unit and integration testing, providing solutions for my challenges, and shared his code for inspiration and help. He also gave me ideas on how to utilise contrib code to help me further.
Consulting with an expert, I gained the clarity and confidence I needed in tackling testing with structured, maintainable practices. Oliver's adaptability and tailored services make him highly recommendable.
Thanks, Oliver - I feel empowered and know exactly what approach to take now!
Who am I?
I'm an Acquia-certified Drupal expert with 17 years of professional development experience.
I'm a former Drupal Association employee who was responsible for improving and maintaining Drupal.org.
I'm a Drupal core contributor and maintain numerous Drupal projects, including the Override Node Options module, which is used on over 38,000 websites.
I'm a multiple-time DrupalCon speaker who regularly presents talks and workshops at conferences and meetups.
Availability is limited
There will be no further extensions of Drupal 7 support, and I have limited availability due to the time required, so buy now to secure your place.