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Drupal 8 Developer

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Chris Luckhardt is a Full Stack Drupal Developer based in Toronto, Canada. He has worked with Drupal for almost nine years and with other open source technologies during a 17-year technology career.

Chris' areas of expertise and preferred areas of work include:

- Front-end Development (Twig, CSS, JavaScript, Sass, Gulp, React)
- DevOps (CLI, Git, Composer, Node, etc.)
- Back-end Development (module development)
- Project Management (Agile, JIRA, scrum master, etc.)
- Technical Architecture
- Content Strategy
- Training (Drupal 8, Agile, JIRA, Front-end development)

Chris has lead the Toronto Drupal community (DrupalTO) for over five years and founded the Drupal North Regional Summit in 2014. For over two and half years, Chris has met with developers and business leaders around the world to give presentations and training about Drupal 8.

Chris is featured on as the Drupal Association’s Drupal Master persona and was featured on the homepage as the emcee of DrupalCon New Orleans.

In addition to Drupal, Chris is an adventure photographer exploring abandoned places and empty spaces around the world, published worldwide in film, print, television & online. Please see his IMDB biography page for more information.


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Drupal Events: 
DrupalCon DC 2009
DrupalCon San Francisco 2010
DrupalCon Chicago 2011
DrupalCon Denver 2012
DrupalCon Portland 2013
DrupalCon Austin 2014
DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014
DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015
DrupalCon Barcelona 2015
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016

Credited on 1 issue fixed in the past 1 year

Drupal Association Individual Member

Luckhardt Labs helps support and grow the Drupal community with the Drupal Association.

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