Long Beach Drupal Meetup :: December 2013 :: Topic TBD -- please comment!

mike stewart's picture
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2013-12-19 19:00 - 21:00 America/Los_Angeles
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'tis the season for some fun after work networking, sharing about Drupal, and some quality open source community time. Come join us at WE Labs (new location) in downtown Long Beach.

December topic is still TBD... stay tuned or post a comment! We're a bit torn between having some topical presentations or contribute meetups where we help fix & learn Drupal together. Please post in the comments.

Agenda

  • 5:45 - 7:00 pre-meetup informal socializing, Dinner, Drinks - venue TBD -- likely on the LB promenade, walking distance to WE Labs
  • 7:00 - 7:30 Setup, Introductions, news and announcements
  • 7:30 - 8:15 Presentation TBD -- Please post a comment if you'd like to see something or share something
  • 8:15 - 9:00 Questions and Answers, Lightning talks, Socializing & Networking

Remotely work with us on freenode IRC: #drupal-la -- if there's interest we can host a google hangout, too.

Raffle Prizes

We'll have a free raffle at a meetup with 10 or more people in attendance. Again, we're proud to offer free training from the folks at BuildAModule.com -- Experts in online and mentored Drupal Training

Venue

WE Labs (Work Evolution Laboratories)
235 E. Broadway 8th Floor (Suite 800)
Long Beach, CA 90802

About our Host

Work Evolution Laboratories (WE Labs) is Downtown Long Beach's first coworking community: an inspiring environment designed for innovators and influencers. We are homebase for a variety of start-ups, freelancers and entrepreneurs. They enjoy scalable work spaces and amenities such as high speed internet, coffee, and a live social network of dynamic professionals. Members can bounce ideas off of each other, share resources, gain feedback, and learn from the experience of others.

 

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Tony-Mac's picture

I won't be able to make that day ;( but I was recently thinking it would be good to go thru a trial run of how the work flow is between developers specifically in terms of using git.
From the begin and setting up a project to the actual day to day use of git.
What are best practices? What can go wrong? etc

Thanks
Tony

LA Drupal (Los Angeles Drupal)

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