Angie Byron (webchick) gave a great talk at the last Google TechTalk that gave an amazing summary of Drupal and how it works. If you're interested in web development and you're considering what platform to use, you should give this video a watch. Well done, Angie!
I always use PasteBin when I want to quickly send someone some quick code. Well, recently, soxofaan helped out with the GeSHi Filter Drupal module for syntax highlighting. I thought it was so well done that I would attempt to recreate PasteBin, using Drupal. The result is DrupalBin.
It includes almost all the features of PasteBin, and some features PasteBin doesn't have:
I thought I'd try my hand at a video tutorial about using Captcha with Drupal.
For the past two client projects I worked on, both requested the ability to export their data to comma separated value files (CSV), so that they could view the data in Microsoft Excel. Although it's a very simple thing to do (read in data from the database and spit it out, separated by commas), I wanted something that would make it easier to export next time a client requests it.