Moshe Weitzman

Moshe was the first American to contribute to Drupal. He joined Drupal in 2001, and has been a consistent technical and organizational leader ever since. Moshe maintains the user, comment, and bootstrap subsystems, and Drupal's CLI tool Drush. Read Moshe's AMA on Reddit.

Work Experience

Freelance Architect

Developer Workflow Specialist

April 2016 – present

Lead architect on major Drupal 8 rollouts:

  • Scaling & Security lead. Built Github+CircleCI+Acquia dev workflow.
  • BioRAFT. Architected a D8 config sharing solution for hundreds of bio/pharma clients.
  • Beobachter, Gault Millau. Architected a D8 solution for Ringier Axel Springer publisher.

Work Experience


Director, Office of the CTO

July 2011 – April 2016 (5 years)

Prototyped new personalization and real-time collaboration products. Led these Drupal 8 innovations:

Work Experience


Founder, CEO

November 2006 – July 2011 (5 years)

Founded a small consultancy which replatformed large web sites onto Drupal:

Work Experience


Manager, Capabilities Development

September 2002 – April 2006 (3 years)

Program Manager for the Support the Business group. Designed business processes and corresponding web applications for:

  • Purchase approval/tracking
  • Job applicant tracking
  • Employee performance evaluations
  • Knowledgebase/Intranet

Open Source

  • Drush: The command line shell for Drupal. (1676 )
  • Devel: Essential developer tools for Drupal. (running on 231,600 sites)
  • Migrate: The standard for migrating content into Drupal.
  • Drupal Groups: Founded a site similar to for the Drupal community.

Giving Back

Passion Projects

  • Diffi: My public Git repository of privacy and TOS policies. Tracks changes over time. Powered by Node.js and Heroku.
  • Buster: My bus arrival skill for Amazon’s Alexa platform. Powered by Node.js and AWS Lambda.
  • Serverless: Contributing to this orchestration app for AWS (Lambda, API Gateway, S3, …).
    • Apollo Stack: Contributing to this data stack around GraphQL.


University of Pennsylvania

BS, Materials Engineering

1994 – 1998

  • Studied behavior of metals, ceramics, and plastics.
  • Research intern with the National Science Foundation.
  • Summer intern for architects and field engineers at J.F. White.
  • Concentration in entrepreneurship at Wharton Business School.

About this resume

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