Welcome to the Portland, Oregon Drupal Users Group. We have (at least) three official meetups every month.
Meetings take place every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6pm. This month (April 8th) the meetup will be held at the MetalToad offices at 522 SW 5th Ave Suite 400.
Brewpal takes place on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5pm at a rotating location around Portland. This month (March 24), will be in NE Portland at StormBreaker Brewing (832 N Beech St). We meet, work on our projects, and ask questions of our neighbors with no formal agenda.
No need to RSVP, the meetings are open to all.
JetBrains sponsors our meetup by raffling away 1 free PhpStorm license every meetup (2nd Wednesday).
I will be presenting the first version of the content recommendation system I built for software.intel.com, a large Drupal 7 site.
The bulk of the presentation will be about content recommendation systems and our specific implementation. The Drupal portion of the project is a small piece of the puzzle (loading a JSON file from Amazon S3 via AJAX in a block).
I could also present this at the DUG if there is interest.
From the Meetup:Read more
Join us for second-wednesday #PDXDUG. For those who missed it, we've moved to Phase2's new Portland office at 514 NW 11th Ave, Suite #203. There is some on-street parking nearby, and the office is easily accessed by transit or bike (bike racks outside).Read more
Join us for what could be the final fair-weathered Brewpal of the season. We'll be meeting at Lucky Lab on NW 19th & Quimby to work on projects, ask questions, get answers, and socialize with other Drupalers from 5pm til whenever. See you there!
The Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit is a three-day event, with coding sprints on Friday and keynotes plus sessions both Saturday and Sunday. The Summit will feature multiple tracks and hour-long sessions, covering just about everything you might want to know about Drupal: site building, development and code, design and theming, information architecture, administration, business and project management. Since 2009, the Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit (PNWDS) has been the premier regional event for Drupal professionals in the Pacific Northwest.Read more
After a little more than two years running our Drupal frontend meetup, I need to take a break. I still enjoy the group and I don't want to get to the point where I resent it.
It would be great to keep it running, because I think it's been an asset to our community. So I can continue helping out in a support/advisory role if someone else would manage finding topics and speakers, make announcements, and kick off the meetups.
If one of you wonderful people wants to step in, awesome, let's keep on doing cool stuff. If not, we'll suspend the meetups for the time being.
Calling all homebrewers! Want to help add a unique, community touch to the summit party? Show off your brewing skills by donating your home-brewed beer to the event. We are looking for donations of 5-10 gallons of beer from each brewer. The beer may be in bottles or in kegs (ball/pin/sankey connectors all OK). Contact Tyler Ward, @twardnw or twardnw in IRC (#drupal-pnw or #drupal-pdx), to express interest.
Meetings take place every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6pm in the OpenSourcery offices at 1636 NW Lovejoy St. Portland, OR 97209.
No need to RSVP, the meetings are open to all.
We're also on IRC in #drupal-pdx on freenode.net
Software engineers at ThinkShout are responsible for the delivery of world-class open source solutions built with Drupal, PHP, Symfony, Angular, Ember, Ruby, Jekyll, Node.js and anything else that serves our clients, the nonprofit tech community, and is a blast to play (and work) with.
- TDD, PHP, SQL, JS, SCM, AJAX/AHAH, HTML5, SASS, and CSS (to name a few) are much more than just acronyms to you.
- One year of experience developing with Drupal.
- Two years of experience working with other open source frameworks.
- You get Git.
I am trying to figure out how many female Drupal developers we have here in Portland and would appreciate your help. I am also interested in companies that might not have any female Drupal developers at all to see if there's any pattern to it. Fill out this survey (http://bit.ly/pdxdugsurvey) if you know of a company that has Drupal developers.
Here's the criteria:
- the company has to have physical location in Portland, OR metro area
- if the company has no physical location anywhere in the world (think Lullabot) but has developers in PDX it is included as well
I am super stuck on a token issue and any pointers would be much appreciated!
I am using pathauto to build my nested taxonomy term URLs which needs [node:field-tags:parents:join-path] and am having a problem on my main site vs my default install testing site.
I on the bare bones testing site I have pathauto and Entitiy Tokens installed and see [node:field-tags:parents:join-path] in replacenet patterns for pathauto in tokens for nodes:
All parent terms [node:field-tags:parents-all]
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This month we'll be having lightning talks. WITH PRIZES! Yes. Show up and tell us a little about what you are doing and you could win a prize.
We'll have social half-hour starting at 6pm for pizza (sponsored this month by Rackspace) and frosty beers and get on with the talks right around 6:30pm. Afterwards, we'll make our way to the Lucky Lab on NW 19th & Quimby for the usual shenanigans.Read more