I’m Cameron Eagans. I build tools that make developers’ lives easier.

I’m a software engineer and technical account manager at Drud, where I work on ddev and our yet-to-be-released hosting system.

I also created composer-patches, which is widely considered a part of the standard Composer workflow for Drupal developers.

You can find me on Twitter, Github, LinkedIn, Drupal.org, and many other places - my username is usually cweagans.

I grew up in Boise, ID, which is what I consider to be one of the best kept secrets of the pacific northwest. It’s small, but it’s home.

Want to get in touch? Feel free to email me or @ me on Twitter.

Some things that I’ve built:

  • composer-patches: A Composer plugin that applies patches to project dependencies.
  • composer-configurable-plugin: A simply way for Composer plugin authors to make their plugins configurable via composer.json flags or environment variables.
  • samlauth: A simple SAML authentication module for Drupal 7 and 8.
  • media_acquiadam: Acquia DAM’s integration with Drupal 8.
  • complex_field: A proof of concept of fieldable fields for Drupal 8.
  • docker-bg-sync: A Docker container that syncs files between two configurable directories (a workaround for filesystem slowness on Docker for Mac).
  • chip8: An incomplete, minimally functional Chip8 emulator written in Go.

Other hobbies:

  • Woodworking
  • Electronics
  • 3D printing
  • Music


  • Q: Are you looking for work?
    A: Not really, but if you think you’ve got a really unique position that I’d be a perfect fit for, take a look at my resume and email me with some details. Just to set expectations properly, I’m definitely not interested in relocating.

  • Q: Is this blog still active?
    A: That remains to be seen. It’s probably worth taking a look at this post for some context.

  • Q: What is this site built with?
    A: Hugo. In my opinion, it’s the best static site generator that money can buy – and it’s free!

  • Q: Who drew your cartoon avatar?
    A: Paul Sahner on Iconize.me

  • Q: Do you really look like that cartoon avatar IRL?
    A: No, sorry.