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Danny Englander

Danny Englander is a Drupal Developer specializing in theming, site building, UX, UI, responsive design and JQuery. He runs his own Drupal shop and freelances for various clients around the United States. He has a real passion for Drupal and likes getting involved with the Drupal community and on drupal.org to help out in the issue queue and forums. He recently contributed his first module to drupal.org, and also started designing and developing a contrib theme. Danny lives in San Diego, California, with his wife Elise, and together they love traveling and exploring. He is an avid photographer and recently designed and developed a new photography Web site, http://highrockphoto.com, built with Drupal, of course. For more information, see http://highrockmedia.com or http://twitter.com/highrockmedia.


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