"Welcome to ahh wicked pissah drupal usah group." Boston and the greater Massachusetts area is rich with talented Drupal community members and this group will help us all talk with each other. New postings can be found all over this page, and you can also read up on our newest Events and Jobs. We also have irc: #drupal-boston, real-time chat room for Boston Drupalistas.
Looking for a super awesome junior Drupal dev to work on building out some new features and doing site maintenance and security updates on our existing Drupal site, getstylin.com
We have mobile apps that interface with the site using Services, so we want someone who has a passion for mobile and experience with Services. We have a responsive theme and need a deep dive into User Relationships and PrivateMsg.
We are startup and we love entrepreneurs. Our brand is all about fashion and style, so those with sartorial splendor are most welcome.Read more
OK time to fire up this group again; way overdue. Will meet once a month, probably first (or second) Wednesday of the month, rotating locations between businesses who offered to host (Left Click, Knectar and Common Media, so far) and Amherst College, where we used to meet before.
Location for this meeting is Common Media: http://commonmediainc.com/
Agenda for first meeting will be discussion of DrupalCampMA - what we learned, etc.Read more
Learn how to get custom functionality using Drupal’s hook system, as well as how to extend or alter contributed module functionality. Participants in this course will have used Fields, Views and Panels to create websites but have never built their own module. Participants will start writing a simple module to writing a complex module, step by step which uses Forms API, Schema API, all of the top ten Drupal hooks, creates custom database tables.
Knowledge of PHP, and experience with Drupal site building and site management.Read more
Acquia is looking for a unique skillset – A development background with an interest in learning product marketing. This highly dynamic role will allow the Product Marketing Specialist to contribute to marketing strategy as it relates to the Drupal developer audience. This individual will evangelize Acquia Network and Acquia Cloud to developers via speaking engagements, webinars, web content, marketing programs and other customer-facing activities customer.Read more
Lullabot is currently looking for a sales representative for our education services, notably Drupalize.Me, which is a membership-based video streaming site, like Netflix for Drupal educational material. We are looking for a creative, passionate, and casual-but-confident individual with friendly tenacity and excellent communication skills. This person will be the principal point-of-contact for the Lullabot Education department, following up on incoming leads, generating sales of Drupalize.Me group memberships, and proactively generating opportunities for training services.Read more
Acquia is looking for Drupal experts and technical advisors to join our customer advisory team to help us provide exceptional service to our growing customer base, from Fortune 500 clients to government agencies.
We need smart, focused and determined individuals who have a proven ability to listen, read between the lines, and diagnose and solve problems efficiently. You get to advise Acquia customers on how to get the most from Drupal and guide them through issues from site launches to "there's a module for that" scenarios.
Job Requirements:Read more
Technical Account Managers
Acquia is looking for Drupal experts and technical advisors to join our technical account management team to help us provide exceptional service to our growing customer base, from Fortune 500 clients to government agencies.
The last Monday of every month, our casual group gets together at MIT (Tang Center, e51-057 (on the floor below the usual room for our meetups) from 6:30-8:30.
We also fire up a Google Hangout so people can join online. (Can someone at the meetup remind us all to join?)
For the first hour we explore the current state of Drupal 8. Each person comes prepared with 1 area of interest, suggesting a starting point to the group (see links below for possibilities).Read more
Blink is a leading provider of custom Drupal development and digital services to Fortune 50 clients. Our clients include major television, entertainment and telecommunications networks, multi-national pharmaceuticals, leading music industry labels, technology leaders and large not for profit and government agencies.
Open positions include:
•Drupal Site Builders
•Sr Web and Drupal Developers
If you love the web and Drupal and want to work on challenging, innovative projects – Here’s how to apply
The Drupal Self-Help Group will meet again on Thursday, January 24, 2013.
We'll share our questions and help one another figure out our problems.
NOTE: In the future, meetings will be scheduled for the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. This makes it easier for people to remember when the meetings are and also eliminates the possibility of a meeting being scheduled for the same week as the MIT Drupal meeting.Read more
My business partner and I are looking to hire a local Drupal Developer from the Boston area on a contract or partnership basis. We have worked with outsourced developers in the past and due to the differences in timezones, communication, and so forth; the project was never finished.
Initiate a Cause is a web site which gives visitors the tools to find, fund, and volunteer for local causes nationwide. We will be using WePay as the payment gateway, which is near completion.Read more
Design for Drupal: Boston (D4D), June 22 & 23, 2013, seeks a volunteer to fill the lead marketing role on the D4D Boston 2013 team.
We got the "Save the Date" out now it's time for someone with stellar marketing experience to step in and take the lead in programs such as:Read more
WHSRN (Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network) is accepting proposals to design and develop an online nomination form from which data will be imported into an internal database.Read more
I routinely use Content Access to control visibility of content type by role, which is absent from the built in permission options.
For ref: /admin/structure/types/manage/[content-type]/access
-- "view any page content"
-- "view own page content"
However, that module also comes with "per content node access control settings" by way of a seductive checkbox that people always seem to click.
Can anyone recommend a module that is "less robust"?
The only feature I need is to limit access to view pages by content type and role.Read more
(training) How Drupal manages content: Hands-on training for Academics and Business people Plan and manage your Drupal projects with an understanding of the software's considerable capabilities. Out of the box, Drupal offers powerful methods for displaying, manipulating, acquiring and sharing content. If you need to make smart decisions about the content of a site, this workshop is for you.
See how Drupal lets you
choose how and where content is displayed
break content into its smallest divisible parts, then re-combine and present these parts in a variety of contexts and formats
I am setting up a Drupal site for tournaments involving users from many clubs with the following needs:
users sign up and choose the tournament(s) they are signing up for, but only ones they have been invited to.
each user has an ID which is unique, assigned by the national organization
Each user belongs to one club, and the tournaments are always at a club.
Each tournament has one or two organizers who need to be able to see the info about the users signed up for their tournament, but regular users should only be able to see their own profile.
The video from last night's meetup
is online. I spent the night trying to doctor my own contribution into coherence, to no avail, but the technology works like a charm. Full list of presenters below. Be sure to check out the controls on the right side of the screen -- that's the secret sauce.