Welcome to the Portland, Oregon Drupal Users Group. We have (at least) three official meetups every month.
1. Meetings take place every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6pm. Upcoming meeting dates and locations are:
- Jan 13 - ThinkShout (433 NW 4th Ave. Ste 100)
- Feb 10 - MetalToad (522 SW 5th Ave. Ste 400)
- Mar 9 - Phase2 (514 NW 11th Ave. Ste 203
3. Brewpal takes place on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5pm at a rotating location around Portland. 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.
Drupal Developer Evangelist
Is developing amazing websites with Drupal your passion? Do you love talking about the latest tools, tech and best practices to make building Drupal websites better, faster, and more fun? Are you interested in harnessing that passion for a career change that provides you with a platform for promoting Drupal while learning new business skills? Do you want to work for an organization that solely focuses on making every Drupal site successful? Acquia is seeking a Developer Evangelist who will drive Drupal evangelism, developer engagement, and Acquia awareness.Read more
Feb 15 Sprint Overview
The Drupal Sprint Weekend was fantastic! Many new contributors got set up and got some experience working in Drupal issues. In this sprint, we're going to have notice and contrib issues ready for you to work on. Something for every skill level. You'll have made a worth while contribution to Drupal by the end of the day.
If you have built a site in Drupal, you can contribute. We will split into pairs or small groups and work on Drupal Core and Contrib issues. Bring your laptop. Beginners welcome.Read more
ImageX has an immediate opportunity for a talented Technical Lead. At ImageX you’ll work on exciting projects with industry experts.
Working closely with our Director of Technology and peer Lead Developers, you’ll share the high-level oversight of our company-wide custom development and programming practices. You’ll also be the primary liaison with the Project Management team and you’ll be responsible to architect our approach to complex client challenges. You’ll support our sales team by providing technical sales support and estimations.Read more
Are you ready to apply your programming smarts and industry experience to positively impact the health of thousands of people? Do you want to work in a small, fast-paced team creating cool stuff that goes live quickly, delights patients and helps eliminate healthcare’s time-sucking bureaucracy?Read more
Fourth tuesday is upon us next week; come join us for January Brewpal at Lucky Lab on Quimby. Work on projects, ask questions, get answers, and socialize with other Drupal peeps. Starts a 5pm, goes til whenever.
Greg Boggs will tell us about some responsive and performance-related tips he's recently come across.
Bring your laptop to follow along, and any stories or tips of your own!
Join us for the January Drupal User Group, where we'll ring in the new year with pizza sponsored by Drupalize.me, then IDE tours for Drupal 8.Read more
The current wiki page for the sprint has zero on the west coast (and in fact nothing in the U.S. west of Minneapolis).
Could we organize something for Portland?
I'm a freelancer with no office space, so I realize I'm suggesting other shops put out some resources here :) But I think it would be great to have Portland participating in this. And if we get a location figured out, we can announce it during all the January meetups.
You may have heard that we're not having Brewpal this month, but don't despair! You can still get your Drupal socializing and drinking and merry-making on Friday, Dec 27th at Drupal Happy Hour.
ImageX has an immediate opportunity for a talented Solutions Architect to join our award winning team. At ImageX you’ll work on exciting and challenging projects while working with some of the best and brightest in the biz.
This position could be based at our headquarters in Burnaby, BC, Canada or via telecommute across North America (Pacific Northwest or California is ideal). Only applicants eligible to work in Canada or the US will be considered.
About the Position:Read more
SANDcamp 2014 is live for business. Thanks to Jason Savino for making the website work this year with some new twists and Rich Yumul for importing data from the old site. We have six weeks to generate some social media noise and get SANDcamp rocking.
We have great keynote speakers: Jeff Beeman and Josh Koenig. Jeff is the solutions architect for 8-figure Drupal projects and Josh is, well Josh (Co-Founder of Chapter 3 and Pantheon).Read more
Last month we did some brainstorming on possible upcoming meetup topics. Here's a list based on my notes. Please let me know which of these sound most interesting to you, and/or if you have more ideas. Let me know if you want to present on anything, too, even if it's just a 5 minute blurb!
Possible topics:Read more
Since it's so close to Christmas, we're canceling this month's Drupal frontend meetup. Take the night off, put away your devices, and enjoy the analog world for awhile. We'll pick up again in January at The New Group offices.
Seeking an all-around web developer who wants to do good work for a national non-profit, and wouldn't mind doing it while living the good life on the Oregon Coast (or - at least - commuting on a regular basis).
We're seeking a full-time web developer with Drupal experience. As a member of our small team, you'll play an integral part in our organization. We're looking for someone with a passion to use technology -- and Drupal specifically -- to bring together a community that is historically disconnected and disempowered - young people in foster care.
The successful candidate will have:Read more
Squishymedia is a small web application design/development firm specializing in projects for government and healthcare clients. You'll like working here. Our work focuses on doing good things for good organizations -- right now we're building sites that encourage people to commute by bike, help people make smart healthcare decisions, and more effectively interact with government agencies. As cheesy as it may sound, we're trying to do good work for our communities through doing work we find personally satisfying as well.Read more
Two Drupal websites with different content but sharing the posts from the same blog... Any thoughts that don't involve posting twice?