What Google CodeIn and Drupal meant to me

Submitted by sachin on Fri, 10/26/2018 - 13:50

Infosys Catch Them Young Program

I was 13 when I got selected to Infosys Catch Them Young (CTY) program in Bangalore, India. I was selected based on a test in school, and we were about 40 8th Graders who were part of this program.  This was my introduction to Computing and anything coding related. The 40 of us spent the summer at Infosys Bangalore campus. We commuted to and from "Work" in Infosys buses, wore an Infosys badge, ate at Infoysys cafeterias, rollerskated and cycled on Infosys campus at breaks.

Comparison of two Indian Drupal websites

Submitted by sachin on Fri, 10/26/2018 - 13:32

I studied a bunch of websites in India that were made using Drupal. I picked two that I liked the most and studied them. Here are my thoughts.

Ramanujan College of Management (www.ramanujan.edu.in)

This site was built using Drupal 7  in 2015 and not been updated yet. The layout is simple, and minimalistic. There is nothing complicated about this website. It appeared to me that the developers could have used any CMS for this as they have not displayed much data on the site. For a simple information disbursing website, Drupal seems to be overkill.

Comparison of Drupal to other CMS Platforms

Submitted by sachin on Fri, 10/26/2018 - 12:07

I am relatively new to Drupal, but have used Wordpress extensively for my high school website. My high school website has a few blog articles, and a few audio and videos.  After a quick comparison, I ended up using Wordpress for my site.

I have also used a bit of Joomla in the past before going to Wordpress.  Here is how I think these three CMS frameworks compare-