Saturday, March 17, 2012

Will install and support/update code...for food

By the grace of God, for more than a year, I've been creating Moodle innovations (at least I'd like to think of them as such). Many of the innovations took many hours and even days to bring to fruition. I've made available the code to many of the mini-projects which catered mainly for Moodle 1.9.x users and administrators. I've since decided to make use of my creative and programming talents to offer my services of Moodle coding and installation of code to anyone who may have the need, but not the time to do so.

 Mug Shot time

I am therefore offering my time and services at a reasonable fee. Why? Firstly, my readership has demanded it. I have received requests from the Continent and the States for installation and support work of 3rd-party Moodle modules and plugins. Secondly, Moodle plugins are complicated and the installation, customization, and testing is time-consuming and tricky. Hire a professional like me. Think of the time, stress and money you'll save.

You've got a Stamp! Sending a E-mail notification to a student each time a Stamp is awarded (in Moodle 1.9)

On my drive home from work yesterday afternoon, I had a brain-storm. I thought to myself: "Why can't the Stamp Collection module for Moodle 1.9.x, created by David Nudrak, have its own built-in E-mail notification system?". After all, wouldn't it be useful for students to receive an E-mail from the teacher each time a stamp was awarded?

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