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
It's a Drupal Ladder core contribution day!
We'll be doing both an issue and learn sprint.
Not sure what the Drupal Ladder is? See this website: http://www.drupalladder.org
While we would like to focus on Drupal 8 core issues, including documentation, you are welcome to focus your work on other parts of the Drupal ecosystem such as distributions or contributed modules.
If you're new to Drupal contribution, this is the best way to learn!
I'll work on a lunch (pizza) sponsor. Perhaps we can socialize and get a bite to eat afterwards as well.
Hacker Lab SacramentoRead more
Quick Website Wins with Drupal Distributions - July 17, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Carson Black, a Drupal Developer at UC Davis, will discuss how you can leverage Drupal's distributions to quickly build out highly functional, feature-rich websites built on the Drupal Content Management with very little Drupal or web development knowledge.
Topic(s) / Agenda
Quick Website Wins with Drupal Distributions - Carson Black
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)
An Overview of Symfony Components in Drupal 8 - June 19, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Brian Zitzow, a Sacramento based Symfony developer, will be discussing the various components from the Symfony PHP application framework you will find in Drupal 8. You will learn how these components work so you understand how they are going to be used in Drupal in the future.
Topic(s) / Agenda
An Overview of Symfony Components in Drupal 8 - Brian Zitzow
DrupalCon Portland Download - Attendees discuss their experiences
June already and Father's Day just around the corner? After the pancake flour and spilled milk from kids' breakfast for Dad is all cleaned up, join us for our June meeting. Tyler Smith will be giving a demo on accelerating Drupal websites with MetaCDN.
The Tri-Valley Drupal Users Group meets every third Tuesday in downtown Pleasanton. Please find more details and RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/TVDUG-Tri-Valley-Drupal-Users-Group/events/124007672/
I am thinking about moving into California(from Europe) and I am curious about which California based companies are the best ones to work for? I'm more interested in full service advertising afencies rather than just companies specialized on websites(pure Drupal shops). Also I'm more interested in companies with more than 50 employees(I've worked for small companies and want a change of environment).
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Volunteer for the Bay Area Drupal Camp and learn how to design for Drupal community events. You will work with the current BADCamp team to assisting in making this BADCamp the most magical yet.
In its 7th year, BADCamp provides four days of training, summits, sprints, sessions, BoFs, jobs, networking opportunities and more!
As the BADCamp design volunteer you will have the opportunity to assist with the following design elements, including print production:
* Day of signage
* BADCamp swag
* Website imagery
* Camp schedule
* Summit and training signage
Schoolyard builds Drupal websites for independent (private) schools. Our current client base consists of 61 schools in 18 states and 10 countries. Schoolyard is located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island in a 170-year-old renovated mill building overlooking the Providence River. Our office climate is casual and our work ethic is serious. We work with really cool clients, as nearby as Newport and as far away as Bangladesh.
Contract Length: 3 Months
* Has worked with some type of CMS previously (Preferably Drupal) for a minimum of 2 years
Schoolyard builds Drupal websites for independent (private) schools. Our current client base consists of 61 schools in 18 states and 10 countries. Schoolyard is located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island in a 170-year-old renovated mill building overlooking the Providence River. Our office climate is casual and our work ethic is serious. We work with really cool clients, as nearby as Newport and as far away as Bangladesh.Read more
Hi! I have an extra DrupalCon ticket since one of our developers can't attend the conference as planned. Let me know if you or someone you know is still looking for a ticket and I'll hook you UP!
This is one of the most active job listings for Drupal site builders, developers, and themers. It contains a mix of full time positions, free lance contracts, training requests, and other smaller paid tasks.
To post a job, you must first join the groups in which you would like to post. Be aware that some groups do not allow job posts, so make sure you read the group description first. You can join and posts your jobs to the Drupal Jobs group.
There is also a new Drupal Jobs career site at jobs.drupal.orgthat has advanced features for posting positions, branded company pages and the ability for job seekers to create profiles. Proceeds from the new site are invested back into Drupal.org and Drupal community programs.