File this under "Better Late then Never."
In August of this year, Jeff Graham joined the team at FunnyMonkey. We had been looking for a talented developer for a while, but hiring the right person -- especially for a small company -- is tricky. The fit needs to go beyond more than skill set -- there also needs to be some philosophical overlap, and some similarities concerning the approach to getting work done.
Prior to joining us, Jeff did a large amount of Moodle development as part of the Moodle development team at Humboldt State University (HSU) and as an independent contractor. Jeff was the lead Moodle developer at HSU when HSU won the Andrew W. Mellon award for Technology Collaboration in 2006. Jeff was also one of the primary developers on Moodle's gradebook for Moodle 1.5 through 1.8, and has contributed numerous other patches that have been incorporated into Moodle core. As an independent contractor, Jeff worked on projects for the likes of Intel doing custom development to extend Moodle to support their "Teach Essentials Online Course", and he has worked with other clients to support single sign on between multiple applications.