The Indy Drupal Users Group started meeting in January of 2008. Since that time we've ranged from meeting once a month, to twice a month, to infrequently. We've had instructional meetups, guest speakers, some hack-a-thons, and pulled off 2 DrupalCamps.
Right now, the best way to keep up with future meetings is to join us at http://www.meetup.com/Drupal-Indy
We're currently meeting monthly at Angie's List in downtown Indianapolis.
Join me and Pantheon at the inaugural MidCamp2014 as we provide a full day of training to bring the power of Best Practices to you wether you're an individual or part of a team of any size.
You can now have a 3-Stage development process and a screaming fast website without breaking the bank. Developers are happy, DevOps are happy, accounting is happy. Most of all, your website’s users are happy because they can get to the content they want quickly.Read more
We are preparing an English version of Forcontu's Drupal training program and we are looking for bilingual English/Spanish people interested in translating (from Spanish to English) part of the materials. In exchange you'll receive free online training (7 months & 420 certificated hours, valued at USD$ 1500) to become an Expert in Drupal 7. You can also give this training opportunity to another person of your choice (maybe a friend, employee or client).
If you are interested or know somebody that could be, please fill in or share the form to contact us. More information at this URL: http://www.forcontu.com/bilingual-volunteersRead more
Louisville Web Group is seeking a passionate and talented designer and front-end developer. If you enjoy working on a variety of projects, and strongly believe in the potential of a well-crafted website, this is the job for you.
This position carries with it a lot of potential and opporutnity for the right person. You would have a chance to influence the direction, branding, mission, and culture of a growing company.
You can view more details and how to apply at the link: http://www.louisvillewebgroup.com/were-hiring
REGISTRATION IS OPEN... Have you signed up yet?
The Midwest Drupal Camp
March 28-30 2014
Training, Sessions, and Sprint
University Center Downtown Chicago, Illinois
- Awesome Trainings on Friday
- Lots of NEW Sessions
- Tremendous support from our Sponsors (more opportunities available)
- "Famous" or infamous Drupal Personalities will be there
- Wonderful opportunity to learn and have a great time
- Saturday evening outings
- Sunday Code Sprints
- THE CITY OF CHICAGO
I'm really looking forward to this camp, not just because I get to do the all day training but because this is a great group of ppl that I really enjoy spending time with. I have other business in Chicago so I'm heading out Wednesday.
Over the years we have occasionally shared rides together or even grabbed a MegaBus together! [Yah, that was me and 3 others in 2008 bussing to Chicago for their, and our, 1st Camp ever!]Read more
DrupalCamp Chicago 2013
Date: Saturday, December 7th, 2013
Time: 9am-5pm (plus after party!)
UBS Tower Conference Center
One North Wacker Drive, Second Floor
Chicago, IL 60606
Far West Suburbs of Chicago
Business Social, October 4th 3pm-6pm, Ballydoyle's, Dowtown Aurora, Illinois
Sessions: Saturday, October 5, 2013, 8am-5pm
Waubonsee Community College Downtown Campus • Aurora, Illinois,
Contributor Sprint, Sunday October 6th 9am, Start Interaction Offices, St. Charles, Illinois
more info at Drupal Camp Fox Valley
Follow @foxvalleydrupal on Twitter for announcements and use the hashtag #drupalcampfv on social networks to add your voice to the community.Read more
This month we will be meeting at Angie's List to talk everything Drupal!
6:30 Doors Open
7:05 Drupal Jobs
7:10 Drupal News
7:15 BEAN - Block Entities Aren't Nodes - Neil Hastings
8:15 New Site Demo from Mike Goodwin @ Right Left Media
Like always, food and beer will be provided, so we hope you can join us and talk some Drupal!
This position is that of a Content Management System (CMS) developer whose principal roles will be (1) to continue developing and programming an online open-source Scholarly Text-Editing Platform (STEP) that will be the principal production platform of the Institute for American Thought scholarly editions, beginning with the Peirce Project. STEP will allow our editorial staff to transcribe, critically edit, annotate, format, and layout the texts of the authors we are publishing both in print and in electronic form while complying with the international standards of the Text-Encoding Initiative (TEI). (2) The CMS developer will also be engaged in designing and developing a Collaborative Online Research Platform for Users of Scholarly editions (CORPUS), a dissemination platform that will provide the public at large with electronic access to the content of our critical editions along with sophisticated search tools, and an elaborate navigational and interactive interface allowing scholarly users to conduct research both publicly and privately while also contributing to the editions within the framework of a built-in assessment system yet to be devised. (3) The CMS developer will also hire and manage student assistants to help with platform design and programming.Read more
• Drupal 1-3+ years of experience (from entry to intermediate level)
• Needs to have solid programming basics with Drupal 7
• Web development experience
• Forms development experience
• Experience with Dashboards and Single Sign On sites
• Experience moving data between systems
• PHP – 3 to 5+ years solid development, UI, Integration & backend
• REST, API's - any experience at all would be a NTH
• Solid integration experience
Location: Indianapolis, IN
The Central Ohio Drupal User Group (CODUG) is proud to announce Ohio's 3rd annual DrupalCamp:
Friday, Dec. 13th and Saturday, Dec. 14th, 2013.
DrupalCamp Ohio 2013 returns to The Ohio State University's Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center and will include keynote speeches, topical sessions, Birds of a Feather breakouts, and code sprints. Learn more about Drupal Camp Ohio.
We are only in the beginning stages of planning so bear with us as we still have the 2012 site up. Registration will open in September.Read more
Do you need to understand how to build & maintain a website in Drupal7?
Spend your Saturday August 10th learning the valuable and marketable skills of Drupal 7 in a Saturday!
Get a solid introduction to Drupal 7 in one day. Learn about the most essential features and concepts of Drupal through hands on activities. By the end of this day you will be familiar with Drupal terminology and be able to identify how Drupal sites are constructed. You will know how to identify and choose modules to get the functionality you need.Read more
Join us at Angie's List for beer, pizza, and everything Drupal!
6:30 Doors Open
7:05 Drupal Jobs
7:10 Drupal News
7:15 Doug Vann - Case Study on ExactTarget.com Relaunch
8:15 Randy Oest - (tentative) Theming with Drupal
Drupal Camp Fox Valley
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Waubonsee Community College • Aurora, Illinois,
located in the Far West Suburbs of Chicago
Sponsors have stepped up, Sessions have been submitted, schedule is in process! Time to register!
Friday, October 4th
DrupalCamp Fox Valley Business Social - 3pm - 6pmRead more
Join people from all over the world June 1 and 2, 2013 for a national Hack for Change event.
Click Here to signup for regular updates! http://bit.ly/help4ok_challenge
In conjunction with RHOK Boston - http://hackforchange.org/rhok-boston
and the National Day of Civic Hacking (NDoCH) http://hackforchange.org/, a team of passionate team members will come together and Hack for Good! Join us!
History and Goals
Connect people who need help with people who can give help.
In July we will be meeting at Angie's List to talk everything Drupal!
The exact day and building that we will use are still to be determined.
We're looking for a creative and talented Front End Developer. The Developer will be working on-site in our Louisville, KY (Middletown) office and have an opportunity to contribute across our multiple media platforms, and print. Experience with the CMS Drupal is a must.Read more
Stay home and learn Drupal!
If you didn't make it to a DrupalCamp or can't make it to Portland for Drupalcon, then let me help you learn the power of Drupal where you are!
By the end of the training you will be able to:
▪ Configure and set up a basic Drupal site.
▪ Select, install and configure modules and themes from Drupal.org
▪ Create content and configure content types, Create listings of content.
▪ Manage user roles and accounts.
▪ Manage aliases and URL paths.
▪ Create blocks and place them in the layout