Drupal Atlanta is growing briskly. Join us and grow with us. This group can be beneficial to business users, consultants, nonprofits, etc.
DrupalCamp Atlanta, is October 21-22, 2016 at the Kennesaw State University Conference Center in Kennesaw, GA. Drupalcamp Atlanta is one of the southeast's largest annual Drupal conferences attracting hundreds of web developers, designers, executives and educators who are engaged with teaching and learning Drupal.Read more
Learn how to build a website with Drupal from top to bottom. This is a week-long Drupal class divided into three parts: site building, theming, and module development. You can register for all five days, or for each part individually, depending on your learning needs.Read more
We're doing a Drupal 8 Beginner training class at Monday on DrupalCon.
This year the trainings appear to be very popular and we need an extra pair of hands.
We need from someone who is at least a Drupal Intermediate user and can circulate around the room, helping people solve Beginner-level problems.
If you're going to New Orleans and would like to get paid for a days work on Monday, please get in touch. My email is email@example.com.Read more
Get an introduction to site building with Drupal 8. This introductory course covers all the essentials of creating a Drupal website. Whether you're a developer using Drupal for the first time, a content editor looking for an introduction to Drupal content administration, or a site builder wanting to know how to structure a Drupal website, this course will get you started on the right foot.Read more
Atlanta is holding a Drupal 8 mini camp Sat April 23rd 2016.
There are at least 5 of us going down for the day from Chattanooga.
All Drupal 8 - all day.
The organizers are especially interested in getting any south eastern universities/colleges to attend.Read more
Come celebrate General Availability (GA) of Drupal 8 (D8) with the Atlanta Drupal Users Group (ADUG).
Time 17:30 (5:30pm)
Bring: You enthusiasm and all your friends!
I attached some photos from the D7 launch, which was well attended and a good time for all.Read more
The 3rd annual Drupal Camp Chattanooga is on for Nov 7th 2015
The site is live and selling registrations, accepting submissions and sponsorships.
It will be held at Chattanooga State Community College.
A pre and post party are being organized.
Join our DUG meetings every 2nd Monday of the month!
See our Meetup page for more info and to join to keep in touch and receive updates. http://www.meetup.com/SC-Drupal-Users-Group/events/223677708/
We are now also providing a Google Hangout for those that can't join in person! https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/newvalleymedia.com/sc-dug
Hope to "see" you there!Read more
An introduction to Amazon Web Services for Drupal Hosting
This presentation will give you all the details for do it yourself hosting with utilizing Amazon Web Services. Amazon Web Services can be used in many ways and this compliments Drupal well since you can host anything from a simple blog site to a highly complex site or application spanning many servers.
What we'll cover are some basics that will lay a foundation that can be easily built upon for virtually any type of Drupal hosting.
• A comparison of AWS hosting to traditional and specialized
• Drupal hosting providers.Read more
Two days left to register. My co-worker Rod is a knowledgable trainer with a great sense of humor. Hope you enjoy this webinar he's doing with Acquia. https://www.acquia.com/resources/webinars/10-things-site-builders-need-k...Read more
This presentation takes a deep-dive into the methods that Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) uses in building its Drupal-powered platform, how we create rich interfaces with minimal long-term developer involvement, and how Drupal fits in to SCAD's overall digital strategy.
Technical Director, Interactive Services, SCAD
• 6:15 pm - Networking
• 6:45 pm - ADUG Business and Introductions
• 7:00 pm - Program
Directions / ParkingRead more
Learn how to setup a Drupal website as a SAML service provider and enable SSO authentication between Facebook, Twitter, Radius or other Drupal website users. We will cover back-end setup and configuration, load balancing pit falls, Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 set up, and more.
L. Preston ReynoldsRead more
This is a supplemental meetup that differs from the main ADUG monthly meetups in that there's no set time or agenda. This is a very informal gathering for anyone who interested in Drupal and who wants to get in touch with other members of the local community. Bring your laptop down and show us what you're working on or just sit back with a cup of coffee and one of Mozart's great desserts and join the chat.Read more
We will cover everything you need to know to get started with your own custom Drupal 8 theme. We will discuss best practices for:setting up a custom theme, organizing theme files, setting up Twig templates for pages, nodes, blocks and fields.
Chris’s mix of creative talent and technical understanding provides clients with high-quality screen-based experiences. His depth of experience and education brings together the disciplines of technology, writing, and design.Read more
Drupalcamp Atlanta (DCATL) is one of the southeast’s largest annual Drupal conferences attracting over 450 web developers, designers, executives and educators who are engaged with teaching and learning Drupal. This conference is comprised of multiple concurrent sessions with tracks ranging from Beginner, Design/Theming and Usability, Development and Performance, Site Building, Business Leadership, and Education. In addition there are impromptu birds of feather (BOF) sessions, code sprints all concluding with a networking reception.Read more
At OSTraining (we were based on the north-side of Atlanta, for many years), we'd like to make sure that as many people as possible can use Drupal 8.
However, many new Drupal 8 users will need training, which can be expensive and difficult to find.
So, we're running a campaign to give everyone free access to the very best Drupal 8 training.Read more