Come share your curiosity about, love of, or musings about Drupal at our monthly meetup in Princeton!
Room 004 - one of the bowls in Friend center lower level.
Continued format - 3 sections, with 2-3 people for each section. We need you to participate! Please contact the organizers or comment below to claim one of these slots. All of these are open and appropriate for you regardless of your experience level with Drupal - beginner and intermediate topics are especially helpful to others.
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.
Meeting in the Princeton Friend Center, lower level.
AGENDA 1) 10 minutes/per person Site showcase and feedback Show off your work-in-progress or recently completed project in < 10 minutes, and get feedback and suggestions - David Hernandez: the new Rutgers Magazine website, magazine.rutgers.edu - Ina Finlay - the "Dream" site 2) 5 minutes/person- Get a question answered! Leverage the knowledge of the crowd. If you have a Drupal configuration theming, or development problem that you are banging your head on, or a new piece of functionality that would benefit from group brainstorming on how to implement claim one of these slots and bring a concise description or demo of the problem so we can help. - Sean (crowdcg) - question about Views: using a Jump Menu on a Content Pane using a contextual filter - [Slot 2] 3) ~20 minutes/person - Present something new (or new to you) If you have been trying out a module and want to demo it, want to teach others about a technique, outline best practices, or preview a talk for a upcoming camp or conference, this is for you. Make sure to describe your intended audience. - Peter Wolanin - PSR-0, PSR-4 and the magic of autoloading - [Slot 2]
Join us in 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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