Senior Frontend Developer
It's time to talk Dreamforce.
ThinkShout officially relaunches the SPLC site.
We take a closer look at a RedHen Raiser success story.
Let's debunk some open source myths.
Trends in Nonprofit Tech to Watch in 2015
There's a whole lot to gain by giving away your code.
How we are helping iATS Payments serve more nonprofit customers.
Our work with the Los Angeles Conservancy has been recognized nationally.
ThinkShout turns three"
ThinkShout's discovery process at NTC.
How we built a flexible, integrated CMS & CRM solution for repeat deployment with Pantheon hosting
Our RedHen code sprint at DrupalCon last Friday was a great success.
First day of DrupalCon Portland, to honor Aaron Winborn.
As the technology conference season ramps up, these are foremost on our radar.
ThinkShout is very proud to announce that Brett Meyer has joined our team.
Betsy Ensley has joined our team as our new Director of Professional Services.
Measuring the interactions between site visitors and your website.
See how the framework could be leveraged to build an association management system (AMS).
ThinkShout is proud to announce the Alpha release of RedHen CRM.
Allow site admins to create their own dynamically-filtered listings of node content in a block.
The 2013 DrupalCon will be held in our very own Portland, OR.
We'll be helping River Network organize the first ever "Techno-Lounge".
The first ever Drupal Day for Nonprofit IT Professionals event at NTC.
Implementing truly gorgeous online maps still requires some custom code and technical know-how.
Alas, the "we should blog about that" queue is getting pretty heavy here at the office.
ThinkShout is looking to hire both a senior Drupal engineer and a site-builder.
ThinkShout is proud to support this year's Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit as a "Silver" sponsor.
The Footer Message Module as a Case Study
As some of you know, Lev and I formally went into business together as ThinkShout, Inc. this January.
ThinkShout is currently interviewing technologists interested in joining our team.
Building a team of technologists to solve problems for communities working to make the world a better place.
The only way to make sure that installation profiles are built correctly is to build them up from scratch.
The increased discussion of Drupal engineering certifications concerns me.
Our free, open source "conservation website in a box" product.
We literally just tagged our first 0.1 release of Watershed Now! on GitHub this morning.
More modules will be released - as well as a Drupal distribution for river groups.
Some reflection on all that we've accomplished in the first quarter of 2010.
Tomorrow I'll be headed to Atlanta for this year's Nonprofit Technology Conference.
I often get asked to present on social media trends at nonprofit conferences.
How a company handles bad situations speaks volumes about their professionalism and integrity.
34 hours in DC - and it was well worth it.
Things are busy here at ThinkShout, but there are just too many good opportunities for us to stay home.
Recently, I switched code editors from Komodo Edit to TextMate.
Some pictures of the new space!
ThinkShout is still largely in the brainstorming phase of our own brand development.
Like many other people these days, I was recently laid off from my more-comfortable, full-time job.