Evan Donovan - Technical Qualifications & Biography

Evan DonovanEvan Donovan has worked for TechMission headquarters since 2007. He started developing using the PHP-based Drupal CMS in 2008, when TechMission's only Drupal-based site was UrbanMinistry.org.Since then he has been involved in the development and maintenance of over a dozen Drupal sites, and has also worked on other development as detailed below.

Drupal Sites Developed / Worked On (partial list):

  • UrbanMinistry.org
  • CityVision.edu
  • CityVisionInternships.org
  • TechMission.org
  • BGU.edu
  • AlcoholicsVictorious.org
  • NETInstitute.org
  • ShoresInstitute.org
  • Dwell magazine's Dwell.com (for PINGV)
  • AAAS's Science and Diplomacy site - www.sciencediplomacy.org (for PINGV)
  • Salesforce integration for DynamicCatholic.org (as freelance)
  • Various other sites as freelance and for Above the Fold Design

Broad Areas of Expertise:

  • Drupal site building
  • Drupal module development
  • Integrations between Drupal and other systems, such as Salesforce and Infusionsoft
  • Moodle site maintenance
  • CiviCRM maintenance
  • Custom PHP development
  • Basic Web graphic design (Photoshop, etc.) and theming (including CSS)

Drupal Community Contributions:

Salesforce Experience

Aside from his work with Drupal, Evan has worked since 2011 on custom Salesforce development, including both the declarative interface (clicks not code) and the Apex/Visualforce layer. This Salesforce development has included 3 integrations between Drupal and Salesforce, 1 integration between Moodle and Salesforce, and 1 integration between InfusionSoft and Salesforce. All of these were for higher education institutions. It has also included the development of a custom timesheet tracking system in Salesforce, which required extensive work with Apex/Visualforce and the customer portal. Finally, it included the development of several iterations of a student management system in Salesforce, which tracks student contact information, transcripts, course purchases, grades, and financial aid.

Evan's Github profile shows a sampling of the code that he has developed over the years, and TechMission's Github profile  shows other projects to which he has contributed.