Central NJ Meetup, Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

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2012-05-03 19:00 - 21:00 America/New_York
Event type: 
User group meeting

Join our monthly Drupal meeting in Princeton. All community members interested in using Drupal as well as strengthening the Drupal community are invited. We'll discuss recent and exciting Drupal-related news, present interesting topics, and share knowledge. We'll start our meeting with three ten 10 to 15 minute sessions and/or one longer 30 to 40 minute presentation. Please propose a session or voice your support for a colleague's proposal using the comments section below.



    - 40 minute presentation by Peter Wolanin, Acquia
       Things made easy : One click CMS integration with Solr and Drupal.

    Preview of a talk to be presented at an upcoming conference.


    - 10 to 15 minutes - leave a comment to sign up for a topic!


  - 60+ minutes

 see:  http://learndrupal.org/node/1#learn-sprint
 Identify where you are on the Drupal ladder and pair up with
 someone to move yourself to the next level.

LIGHTNING TALKS - You don't have to be a Drupal ninja to do a lightening talk! Share what you've learned and help spread the Drupal goodness. Use the comments section below to suggest your topic. Make sure you mention it is for the "lightning talk" otherwise it might get confused with a longer presentation.

PRESENTATIONS - Have a topic that needs more time? Trying to practice for a Drupal Camp presentation? Volunteer for a presentation. Make sure to tell us your intended audience.

For more information about the "Boston Initiative" see: http://learndrupal.org/


Join us in Room 113, of the Friend Center on the Princeton University Campus located on the corner of Olden and William streets.

After 5 pm, visitors may park in the University lot on William Street behind 185 Nassau Street.

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