Scott eSolutions - is going to do it with Drupal!
My favorite podcast website, Lullabot, is hosting a 3-day seminar in New Orleans in December focused on the configuration, architecture, and processes behind building successful Drupal websites and communities. Similar to when I attended the Lullabot workshop in Minneapolis in May, this conference will be graced with not only individuals from big businesses who use Drupal, but inventors and programmers who have contributed to Drupal. I will learn from some of this powerful free software's top developers, hear from community-building experts, examine successful Drupal sites, and meet other web professionals, developers, designers, and decision makers interested in expanding their Drupal knowledge.
Dries Buytart, 30, original creator and project lead of Drupal will be speaking at the conference, amoung others. He is also co-founder and chief technology officer of Acquia, a venture-backed software company that offers products and services for Drupal. Dries is also working on Mollom, a service that helps you identify content quality and stops website spam. He was recently interviewed by Jeff Robbins from Lullabot and talked about Acquia and its applications, and its product and service offerings.
Drupal is an open-source website framework used by Scott eSolutions and other web developers for creating feature rich websites in very little time. It's like a program, except you don't install it on your computer you install it on your webserver. It gives you a powerful starting point to begin a website project, by reducing time on the menial and repetitive tasks required for every website. By minimizing time spent on these common tasks, programmers can concentrate on the meat of their project. The out-of-the-box website interface is very friendly and if you can use Facebook you can certainly login and start manageing your own Drupal site.