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Local Company needs a Drupal Developer!

From: Elizabeth Q.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 2:07 PM
Hi Brandon is looking for a Drupal Developer:


NEEDED ASAP: Drupal Developer in Austin, TX Needed immediately for health and beauty website. Please call[masked] or email [address removed]!

Hey Elizabeth,

We actually have two custom modules that need to be developed. Anyone who wants more info or is interested in the job can email [address removed]

We're looking to complete both modules in the next 2 weeks, the sooner the better. Priority goes to #1.

1) Commission Junction API custom Module

Our client wants to import commission junction products into their drupal site as a nodes. We have already developed the interface to allow them to enter it by hand but it is too slow to do it by hand.

This is the work flow:
The customer logs into commission junction and sets up (or already has set up) a "smartzone." (This is a cj feature)
They will select items they want to add to the smartzone (again all done in commission junction)
There is an API that can be used to query all of the products in a smart zone.

The user logs into Drupal and provides to the custom module the appropriate commission junction access parameters (api key or username/password). They also enter the name of the smartzone. This information is stored in the database and used for each run of the actual working part of the module. We could put these values in a configuration file or DB directly if that will make the development easier.

On an hourly basis, the module will connect to the commission junction API and download all of the items that have been marked for download. Each item will be imported into a drupal Unpublished node. We want to be sure that there are no duplicates added to the system during the import, so it will need to check before entering. So the module will likely need to store a key that can be use for duplication detection. No taxonomy will be applied to the node.

You can find more information about the commission junction API at the following locations:
http://webservices.cj.com/
http://help.cj.com/en/web_services/Commission_Detail_Service.htm
2) Email Sending Module

My client wants to allow the registered user to send emails to their friends
from the site. They want to know how many emails each user has sent and
they don't care how many of those recipients come back to the site. We will
have a standard email text that will be sent to all of the emails. The user
will enter a number of email addresses. The module will check that there
aren't duplicates then send the standard text to each of the emails entered.
the email addresses are stored and associated with the user. The screen
where the user can enter emails should be able to go on any page that a
registered user can see or on the registration page. If the registration is
successful, then the emails are sent.

The alternative is to customize the user referral module to have this
functionality and the custom url is automatically appended to the email
text.

Thanks,
Brandon Williams

Please email Brandon if you are interested.
Elizabeth Quintanilla - Business Detective

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