To bring together Drupal people in Las Vegas in order to create a connected, cohesive community in which we can: learn & grow, build the local community, raise an awareness in the greater community about the local people & their talents, connect with each other, personally & professionally, and promote our businesses.
SANDcamp is coming up fast and it's dripping with three days of Drupal goodness and training on Thursday February 26th PLUS two days of camp sessions on Friday and Saturday. Friday and Saturday are filled with great sessions on Drupal 8, new tools and innovations, an Arduino/Minecraft workshop, sessions in Spanish and more.
Spots are limited, and registration is required for training (even the free ones) and tickets are required for camp. https://sandcamp.org/register
HALF-DAY WORKSHOPS: https://sandcamp.org/training
Registration is open for SANDcamp.org, February 26-28
--Thursday, February 26 is Training: 6+ amazing classes to up your Drupal game
—Friday, February 27 is Day 1 of Camp: $10 for both days OR $10 at the door each day
--Saturday, February 28 is Day 2 of Camp
SIGN UP FOR TRAINING: https://sandcamp.org/training
SUBMIT SESSION: https://sandcamp.org/node/add/session
Training day at GLADCamp 2014, this year's Greater Los Angeles Drupal Camp, is on March 7th, 2014. We have room at our conference venue for 3 simultaneous trainings and are starting our call for trainings! Everyone is welcome to apply:
Space is limited and priority is given to experienced Drupal trainers and training companies. Don't let that discourage you, though. If you're a newcomer to the Drupal training scene and want to offer something no one has offered before, we'd love to hear from you!Read more
Request for input on our "Coders with a Cause: Community Barn Raisings and Drupal for Good" session at GLADCamp 2014
SANDcamp 2014 is live for business. Thanks to Jason Savino for making the website work this year with some new twists and Rich Yumul for importing data from the old site. We have six weeks to generate some social media noise and get SANDcamp rocking.
We have great keynote speakers: Jeff Beeman and Josh Koenig. Jeff is the solutions architect for 8-figure Drupal projects and Josh is, well Josh (Co-Founder of Chapter 3 and Pantheon).Read more
Create and account submit your session here: http://2013.drupalutah.org/sessions
( PS: While you're there register for the event: http://2013.drupalutah.org/dcu-2013-registration )
During August 11-14 of 2013, Las Vegas will be hosting SXSW V2V, for the first time. Las Vegas Startups has more details. Probably many techies will be in town for that event, which will run Sunday through Wednesday. Hence, the Friday and Saturday just before it might be the ideal time to have the first Las Vegas DrupalCamp?!
So here is the issue at hand. First I have never had to make drupal translate content or show specific content based on the visitors country, region, state or province so I have no idea what I am doing to be honest, with guidance I will learn it very quickly and have it figured out.
The website is already established and live...Yes I know it's easier to do what needs to be done in the beginning before anything else but this was just now laid on my plate.Read more
The following article was just brought to my attention: http://drupalwatchdog.com/1/2/contributing-101
It is a good follow up to Joseph and my presentations at the last meeting about Drupal 8 and what we can do to help get it out the door.