Come on board to help plan a Drupal workshop for a group of high school-aged young women!
A local non-profit organization is in the process of planning and organizing a two-day event specifically for high school-aged young women that exposes them to various tech fields. One workshop will have attendees creating their own website using Drupal.Read more
I want to let everyone know about a mentoring program that I'm organizing for a group of students that I'll be training over the next few months.
The tl:dr version is this: I run a 10-week, 70-hour Drupal training program in Brevard County, Florida (home of Kennedy Space Center) for recently laid-off residents. With the retirement of the Space Shuttle, there have been over 8,000 layoffs - many of these people are skilled IT workers looking for new careers.Read more
Good morning everybody,
I know that there's a lot of people interested in the 2nd edition of the Drupal Career Starter Program (DCSP) that we run in Brevard County, so I figured I've provide a quick update as to our fantastic progress. I also want to let everyone know about our DrupalEasy Community Mentor program - keep reading for more information about that...Read more
I am totally new to Drupal and unsure how to set Drupal up in a way that makes sense for multiple non-profit orgs helping the poor and marginalized here in Columbia, Mo. I would like to connect with someone who can help me build up a stable Web presence such that multiple people can contribute to a site but it retains its "non-Drupal appearance" (at least to some degree) and allows for a singular editorial voice.Read more
I'm a new Drupal user and as such, am trying to climb the steep learning curve to getting my site done (a simple family website, nothing commercial) the way I'd like. I do a lot of reading on the drupal website and have figured out a couple things, but I really am in need of some basic answers. No books I have found seems to do the trick either (either too simple or too advanced; missing manual to come?).
My question is: is there a way to have a big brother/big sister system to help out the Vancouverites with Drupal questions?Read more
En la reunión que Drupal Perú tuvo éste Sábado, se me quedaron grabadas unas palabras que dije: "una comunidad que no crece es mediocre". Y podría parecer muy duro si no le damos contexto. Para empezar, me parece que una comunidad es un ser viviente, que está en constante crecimiento. Pero entonces ¿Qué significa crecer? creo que la respuesta está en las personas que hacen realidad dicha comunidad.Read more
PHP Ninjas wanted for a top notch Drupal Dojo team (San Pedro, Ofiplaza del Este)
Senior web developer.
2 - 4 years experience.
Degree in computer sciences or programming required.
English fluency a must.
Object Oriented Programing knowledge is a must.
Architecture / Design Patterns experience is desirable.
QA experience is a plus.
Drupal experience is a plus.
The Drupal Dojo was created for apprentice/journeyman developers who want to increase proficiency, and for experts looking to grow the pool of Drupal talent. The following are goals and desired outcomes for the Dojo itself.Read more
I'm really happy to announce that Károly Négyesi (aka chx) has offered to be my technical mentor in my Season of Usability project on Drupal. Further Károly also promised to implement the results of the project; "I am making this program better and bigger by promising that I will code whatever you come up with".Read more
I'm thinking this may be a good place to start seriously contributing to Drupal. Basically I'm looking for a project that needs help (!) and that will help me to get a strong grasp of how Drupal works. I know Project* fits the first criteria, but I'm a little unsure how well it will help me grok Drupal as a whole.Read more