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 (July 8th) the meetup will be held at the ThinkShout offices at 433 NW 4th Ave, Suite 100.
Brewpal takes place on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5pm at a rotating location around Portland. This month (July 28th), will be in at the Lucky Lab on 19th & NW Quimby. 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).
Last month's Drupal theming doubleheader was a hit, so we're going to do another 7/8 doubleheader! This month we're covering custom modules in D7 and D8!
But first we'll take care of a little Drupal 6 business. Drupal 6 was really awesome for its time, but with Drupal 8 on the horizon, it means 6 support is going away. Melissa is going to give a quick lightning talk about IMP and how you can get involved.Read more
I'm starting work at a company near 222 NW 5th Ave in a week and I traditionally drive to work. I live in SW Portland near Mall 205 and wondered if anyone could give me some recommendations on routes and transit stops to use to get between my place of employment and home.
Do you have any rules I should follow from a social/personal level and areas to avoid?
What do you usually spend a week/month on mass transit and do you use the max and or bus system?
Developer specific sprint to focus on core and contrib. The idea is to do this either weekly or bi-weekly depending on interest.
For the next few months it would be great to focus on D8. For some this is an opportunity to keep on working on core while others will find a way to learn what's new and improved in D8.
Location: Live Axle office at 310 SW 4th Ave, Suite 910 (map)Read more
This month I think we'll spend some time reviewing the latest trends in Drupal frontend, going over some of the topics covered at DrupalCon Prague / PNWDS / BADCamp, and discussing what we want our focuses to be over the next few months. I also want to pick your brains about a likely conference-y event of our own here next year.
You might want to bring your laptop, and definitely bring topics you want to discuss and lingering questions you've always had about Drupal theming. If you attended one of the above-mentioned Drupal events, maybe come ready to share some of your highlights.Read more
The Drupal Front End Meetup happens every third Thursday of the month at 6pm.
For tonight, Oct 17, we will meet at OpenSourcery offices at 1636 NW Lovejoy St. Portland, OR 97209.
Tonight, we'll talk color! Color theory, color functions in Sass, all that good stuff. Join us!
The Way Out West Drupal meeting is geared toward Drupal beginners. Come with Drupal questions to discuss in a small group format.
ServerLogic is in the One Embassy Centre building adjacent to Embassy Suites. The address is:
9020 SW Washington Sq Road, Suite 120
Tigard, OR 97223
Free parking is available in the building parking garage or parking lot. Access the building via SW Hall then Eliander St or via Scholls Ferry then Washington Sq Road. Check your map, it's a little confusing for first-time visitors.Read more
Come join your fellow technologists at Metal Toad Media for a night of competition and camaraderie. We will provide beverages, pizza, and games. Visit beer.metaltoad.com to see what's on tap.
CAVEAT: Only one keg has beer right now. We may default to bottled beer unless the keg fairly comes early.
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1.Works on new and existing large-scale mission critical applications in support of our customer applications. Will work on multiple projects as a member of each projec team.
Open Source Technologist at Squishymedia. Work benefiting communities.
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 to share important financial and career development information, 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.
We're growing by landing bigger and better projects and currently have a need for one or two new staffers with a track record of successful open-source web app development and technical skills.Read more
This month will be a Sass Bootcamp! We'll be covering everything from installing the gems to setting up your file structure. Everything you'll need to know to get started (and a few advanced tricks as well).
Bring your laptop and stick around for pizza and some hands on Sass QA.
Acquia is looking for Drupal experts and technical advisors to join our customer advisory team to help us provide exceptional service to our growing customer base, from Fortune 500 clients to government agencies.
We have openings in our Burlington, MA, Portland, OR, and Reading, UK offices.
Acquia is looking for Technical Consultants and Architects who have a passion for delivering digital experiences and wowing their customers.
Themes, templates, template.php, tee-pee-els and twig! This month we're focusing on the front end: where and how to modify what Drupal sends to the browser. Eric will kick things off by covering the general where and how-to in Drupal 7. Then Darren will show us how things have changed in Drupal 8 and help prepare us for upgrading.Read more
Todd Nienkerk of Four Kitchens is going to be in town and wanted to get together with the PDX Drupal community, so he's hosting a Happy Hour on Oct 11 at the Burnside Brewing Co (map). Come have a pint and chat about Drupal!
You can find more info and RSVP on the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/233996790100298
World Pulse is a small but vibrant office in inner SE Portland working to make change in the world. We have a supportive, engaged, innovative online community and network of over 60,000 women and their allies in over 190 countries.
We're looking for a web developer to join our technology team as we move forward with some big plans in 2014. Are you the right person for the job?!