One of the things I am really going to miss after 3.5 years at One Economy is the folks in the web team. People who think like you do, consume as much sugar/caffeine and manage to have a full life while sometimes working into weekends - rare kind of folk.
This is another case of altering what Drupal does out of the box. There's nothing really "wrong" with how it handles the display of user info in comment. This is what it looks like by default:
Some projects take a lot of time, both planning and execution. I stumbled upon this graph of Beehive in Jira the other day that lists all the people involved and their contributions.
In part 1 I covered some ground regarding integrating Bullhorn and Drupal without getting into too much detail. Hopefully part 2 will answer some questions how to do it.
I have a few gripes with Bullhorn outside of the performance issue I mentioned earlier: