Discuss Drupal techniques and solutions. Drupalers of all levels and those interested in Drupal are welcome.
Managing the increasing complexity of Drupal 8 can be a daunting task for anyone. Writing a module involves a lot of boilerplate code. There are also a lot of things you need to know and do, just to get started with building a new module. These tasks can be repetitive and tedious, and can therefore create opportunities for errors. Fortunately, a lot of the new code can be generated automatically using Drupal Console.Read more
Some key questions in the minds of CTOs and solution architects are how they can operate on optimised costs, built versatile systems, build contemporary solutions and create systems simple to use, maintain and yet adaptive.
In this webinar, we would discuss how Drupal can intertwine in the Enterprise landscape. We will share different use cases on how Drupal can support enterprises and the edge that it brings as a solution.
Who Should Attend This?
- CTOs of large enterprises
- Solution Architects
- Anyone else considering Drupal for their enterprise
In this webinar, we'll discuss specific examples of how the flexibility and scalability of Drupal Commerce can be used to support complex, high volume product catalogs that would be difficult to support using alternate technologies. We will also give an update on how we believe the Drupal Commerce modules will be improved for their Drupal 8 release.
Who Should Attend This?
- Drupal developers, managers and agencies building commerce sites with Drupal
- Business executives and decision-makers considering Drupal Commerce
DrupalCamp St. Louis 2015 is coming soon (less than a month away!), and we have some great news to share: Alina Mackenzie (alimac) will be this year's keynote speaker, and the keynote's topic will be "Finding the entrance: Why and how to get involved with the Drupal community".
Registration opens soon, but session proposals are already being accepted, with a cutoff of May 29—so propose your session today!Read more
The 2015 DrupalCamp STL is going to be held on June 20 at the SLU LAW campus in downtown St. Louis, MO. More details on session submissions, sprints, and registration will be coming in early 2015!
This will likely be our 2nd annual holiday social event. We will probably be selecting a restaurant or other location more suitable for socializing. Visit the Meetup page to see what is decided, or offer input.
The Greater Kansas City Area Drupal User Group is for anyone interested in learning Drupal, sharing their expertise, networking with other drupalists etc. This meet-up group is run by the same folks who congregate on http://groups.drupal.org/kansas-city so please sign yourself up over there as well to keep on top of group activity. We meet on the last Tuesday of the month in both Kansas City and Lawrence and hope to organize meet-ups in other areas as the group grows.
We typically meet the last Tuesday of each month at:
250 Northwest Richards Road
Kansas City, MO
The first DrupalCamp in St. Louis will be held Saturday, April 26, 2014, at the Washington University West Campus. More information about the camp can be found on the official website: http://2014.drupalstl.org/
We are proud to announce DrupalCorn Camp 2014, to be held at the FFA Enrichment Center in Ankeny, Iowa on July 17-20, 2014. If you are an open source enthusiast, Drupal designer, Drupal developer, UI expert, IT manager, or you just want to find out what this Drupal thing is, this conference is for you!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
Location: VML, 250 Northwest Richards Road, Kansas City, MO
What are you waiting for? It's time to go register for DrupalCorn Camp 2013.
We need to have attendance numbers to the caterer by Monday. Help us get good numbers by registering now. While your there consider training and helping out with the sprint on Sunday as well.
I am honored to announce the third annual DrupalCorn Camp Thursday, August 8 – Sunday, August 11, 2013 in Iowa City, Iowa. We have a bushel full of great training, sessions, keynotes, and even a code sprint! If you want to learn about Drupal, show off your skills, give back to the community, and/or find great Drupal talent to build your site this is the place for you.
Register today before tickets sell out!Read more
This is a full-time, permanent position in our School of Law's new downtown St. Louis location. At least two years of Drupal development, theming and maintenance experience is required, with PHP, MySQL and mobile app development desired. The opening is posted on the St. Louis University Applicant Job Site. No telecommuting.
Proposed date: Late Feb. - Early Mar., 2014
We are in the beginning stages of planning a Drupal Camp in St. Louis. If you are interested in participating in planning, presenting or attending an event of this nature, let me know. I will add updates as they come in.
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!
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Connect people who need help with people who can give help.
If you're in the Southwest Missouri area, come join us for our monthly meetup.
The topic is open ended. Bring questions, bring your gear, talk about Drupal.
Not sure if you've found us? Look for Drupal t-shirts and/or laptop stickers! If by some horrible mischance you see none of those things, leave a comment on the Event page and we'll come find you.
Also, if you know in advance that you're coming, please use the sign-up form so we know to keep an eye out!
Panera Bread Co.
3837 South Campbell Avenue,
Hi Everyone, I'm new to the Columbia area and wondered if there was a meetup group (or enough interest to start one) in the area.
I saw there was an old thread here, but the group that was linked there looks like it's gone now.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Drupal Developer. Mobile experience with Drupal would be a BIG plus (Mobile projects arriving SOON)!!
Identify, address and solve complex user interface, web application, and information design challenges