In January, digital agency Digital Pulp named Jason Trobman to the newly created Chief Technology Officer position largely for his skills with the open-source software Drupal.
Now, Trobman is bolstering his team by hiring three programmers to help develop proprietary Drupal solutions for the agency’s clients.
Nick Maine joins Digital Pulp after two years at A+E Networks, Inc., where he was the Lead Software Engineer. Earlier, in 2011 and 2012, Maine worked with Trobman at the New York Stock Exchange, where he was a PHP Developer.
Sam Thompson was previously Senior Drupal Developer for two years at American Media, Inc., where he also worked with Trobman. Prior to his time at American Media, Thompson was a Software Architect at Revival Home Health.
And Ashraf Mohammad comes to Digital Pulp from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, where he was an Application Developer. Before MSLO, Mohammad was a Drupal/PHP Developer at CMC Limited in Hyderabad, India.
“As more of our clients adopt the Drupal platform for their enterprises, we've made an institutional decision to build out our technical team with more Drupal experts, starting with our new CTO Jason Trobman," says Brian Loube, Partner and Managing Director, Digital Pulp.
"We're thrilled to add three new talented engineers to our team, and continue to energize our
development process by building out DP's Drupal toolbox to deliver more value in every solution we design.”
All three executives report to Trobman and will be based in New York City.