Upcoming Sacramento Drupal Users Group Events:
Drupal Users Helping Users - October 7, 2015 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Topic(s) / Agenda
- Your Drupal questions answered
- Basically, this is co-working with other Drupal people. If you're a Drupal master, come help. If you're a newbie, com ask questions.
Hacker Lab - address below
What to bring to meetings:
- Your computer
- Headphones. You may need to watch a video tutorial.
- Food and/or your favorite beverage (Beer is totally ok) or money to pitch in for your share of either. Or eat before or after on your own.
October 21, 2015 Drupal Users Group Cancelled - Go to Bay Area Drupal Camp instead!
We are canceling the normal October Drupal Users Group meeting because Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp) start the very next day, October 22 and runs through October 25. So go to that instead!
BADCamp is four days straight of Drupal goodness featuring free Trainings, Summits, Sessions, Birds of a Feather sessions, Sprints and tons of fun in Berkeley, CA.
Register for BADCamp here: https://2015.badcamp.net
Connect with Sacramento Drupal Users on IRC: #drupal-sac
The current chairperson for this group is Carson Black
See you there!
Hacker Lab Sacramento
1715 I st
Sacramento, California 95814
Would you like to work in Drupal most of your day? Have experience with Open Atrium? Worked on a COD site? Helped manage the transition from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7? Want to find creative ways to implement the Drupal? Would you like to help the State of California better manage its water and its resources?Read more
I am wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction here.
I would like to create a node/page/block/whatever that does the following:
For the sake of simplicity, there are 3 drop down menus. Each menu would have a list of data that is pre-defined. You would see the alpha numeric value only in the drop down, but the items in parenthesis are the values the user would see after they select the initial value and select Go.
Drop1 Drop2 Drop3....etc
-1 (red) -a (box) -x (bag)
Calling all Drupallers!!!
it may be "Summer" in the Bay Area now (translation: 55 degrees and foggy), but we're dreaming of October - warm, golden sunshine, bay breezes, and of course, BADCamp! We hope you'll join us for the biggest and best free Drupal Event in the world this October 24-27, in and around the beautiful University of California at Berkeley campus.Read more
The September presenter for Tri-Valley Drupal Users Group had to postpone until October due to personal reasons so we are once again looking for a presenter for our next meeting.
BADCamp is coming up and we have the perfect venue for you to practice and refine your topic.
The Tri-Valley Drupal Users Group runs informal meetings on the third Tuesday of every month in downtown Pleasanton for those of us living out in the boonies of the Bay Area. Bring your Drupal questions!
Last month the Tri-Valley Drupal Users Group had a good presentation by Kalabox and next month we will be looking at the extensive D6->D7 upgrade of the origamiusa.org website. For August though we need you! Come give a small demo or presentation in a relaxed atmosphere. It doesn't have to be a grand or formal production. We are an informal group and we usually like short presentations so that there is more time for users to help users and ask questions.
Our next meeting is August 20th at 7pm in downtown Pleasanton.
Calling all Drupalists interested in Government.
The Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) based out of Sacramento, California is looking to hire a Drupal Developer in the role of a Staff Information System Analyst (SISA). The DSC is a unique organization at the forefront of politics and environment in the Sacramento Bay-Delta Region. The DSC has embraced Drupal and is looking to expand it's development team. Applicants should have significant experience with the following:
Migration of data from D6 to D7, Open Atrium development and modification
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Our next Tri-Valley Drupal Users Group meeting is on July 16th and we need someone willing to do a short demonstration, a technical talk, or a site showcase. It does not have to be too involved. Mostly we've done 15-20 minute demos on some aspect of Drupal and then let the meeting be open to questions, discussion, or users helping users. You don't need experience with presentations, just a willingness to share. Our August meeting is on the 20th and we could use a speaker for that too.Read more
CSS with SASS and the new Omega Theme - August 21, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mark Miller, a local Drupal Developer, will discuss CSS with SASS and the huge changes in the latest version of the Omega theme.
Topic(s) / Agenda
CSS with SASS and the new Omega Theme - Mark Miller
Lightning talks (Very low pressure. No fancy presentations. Just take 5-10 minutes to tell us about something related to Drupal that you learned since the last meetup)
Your Drupal questions answered
1715 I st
Sacramento, California 95814
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