Michael Miles (mikemiles86)
Mike is passionate about development and working with the open source technologies. He has been working in web engineering since 2003, utilizing a number of different technologies, languages, and frameworks.
In his day-to-day role as Director of Web Development at MIT Sloan, Mike leads the development and growth of web development team and the public facing digital properties for the school.
Outside of his day-to-day, Mike is the host of the podcast Developing Up, which is focused on the non-technical side of being a developer. He is a public speaker and regularly presents at technical conferences around the world.
Mike's profile at Drupal.Org reads:
I have been working with Drupal since 2008. I have done everything from theming, module development, to full on project architecture. I am active in the Drupal community and I submit modules, patches, organize sprints, speak at conferences/camps and help run the Boston Drupal meetup. I am an "Acquia Grand Master" and in 2014 was named an Acquia MVP for the Drupal work I had done.
I am the Director of Web Development at MIT Sloan and lead the development, maintenance and growth of the digital team and properties for the school. I am also the host of the podcast Developing Up (www.developingup.com), where we talk about the non-technical side of being a developer (such as how to work on a team).
You can find me on Drupal.org at mikemiles86, Twitter at mikemiles86 and my personal blog http://www.mike-miles.com
I am passionate about development and working with the latest open source technologies. I have web engineering experience in an agency setting since 2003. I have been working with Drupal since 2008 and I am a regular contributor to the community and project. I contribute to code sprints, IRC support and give sessions at camps and conferences.