About David Gurba

I am a web programmer currently employed at UCSB. I have been developing web applications professionally for 8+ years now. For the last 5 years I’ve been actively developing websites primarily in PHP using Drupal. I have experience using LAMP and developing data driven websites for clients in aviation, higher education and e-commerce. If you’d like to contact me I can be reached at david.gurba@arvixe.com

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David Gurba

About David Gurba

I am a web programmer currently employed at UCSB. I have been developing web applications professionally for 8+ years now. For the last 5 years I’ve been actively developing websites primarily in PHP using Drupal. I have experience using LAMP and developing data driven websites for clients in aviation, higher education and e-commerce. If you’d like to contact me I can be reached at david.gurba@arvixe.com

MySQL example configuration for heavy write load

Recently while working on a very large import process using the Migrate module and Drupal 7 I encountered some odd issues. I saw my basic migrations had some deadlocking issues …

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Drupal7: Renaming Fields and Bundles

When developing a Drupal project it’s likely that your Content Types and Entities will go through revisions — meaning you’ll be altering the schema of how you want to structure …

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Drupal7: Multiple Value Fields UX and Display

In a current project migrating a massive legacy site into Drupal 7. I have all the U.S. presidents inaugural addresses and biographical information in a database. This includes photos of …

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