The Santa Cruz Drupal User's Group is looking to connect Drupal users in and around Santa Cruz, California.
We have a budding tech community in Santa Cruz. One factor in our tech growth is the use of Drupal at several local web shops, start-ups, and organizations. Drupal use at UC Santa Cruz is also growing and it's time we all got together to share knowledge and learn from each other.
We (almost always) meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7pm. Meetings are free and held at NextSpace at 101 Cooper Street in downtown Santa Cruz. All are welcome. Ring the buzzer to get let into the building.
Note - If the meeting day falls on a holiday or during the winter holidays (e.g. January), then we might reschedule or cancel the meeting but there will be a discussion or event here for it.
101 Cooper St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
As a legacy Santa Cruzer, I was wondering which of the Santa Cruzniks are in Baltimore this week for DrupalCon.
I'll be watching Twitter as well, but since most of you are on this group anyway, I figured I'd start here :-)
Cheers to the all of you,
Anybody have anything specific they would like to talk about at April's DUG?
Kristin (K2) is presenting this year for the first time at Drupal Con. Any objections to her running through her session Setting up a Front End Development environment for Drupal 8?
Perhaps, if there's time Kristen Pol could run through her slides as well.Read more
Anybody have anything specific they would like to talk about next week?
Kristin(K2) is presenting this year at Stanford Camp. Perhaps she can run through her session, "Make a View with K2" where she is going to be discussing more advanced views using Drupal 8. She would love to get people's opinions / views tricks.
Kristen Pol might want to run through some slides for her Baltimore session.
Thoughts? Ideas? See you Tuesday.Read more
The Baskin School of Engineering at UCSC is looking to hire a full-time experienced Drupal developer!
We're looking for an expert module developer who can take projects from the specification to implementation to production. Most of our projects are small-to-medium sized business process applications. About 80% are specifically for BSOE purposes, and 20% are for other units across campus.Read more
I know... Filemaker
I have a client that is spending the money to develop a new Filemaker update for their CRM. They are already invested, so a course correction doesn't appear to be available currently.
That said, has anyone integrated Filemaker with Drupal in the last 3 years or so? The most recent module development looks like it was 2011, and the best information is from 2013 from what I've seen so far...
Any landmines I should be aware of?Read more
The 2-day conference will feature sessions covering a range of Drupal topics from site building, development and code, design and theming, to business and project management. Most sessions will be intermediate or advanced with some suitable for beginners too! Aside from planned presentations, we'll also have space for breakout sessions, and of course there will be lots of time to catch up with your Pacific Northwest Drupal friends. Register today for only $55!Read more
SC DUG join AWS? December 2016 Santa Cruz Drupal User Group Meeting - Nextspace 7pm to 9pm (Tuesday Dec 6, 2016)
Time for next SCDUG on Tuesday Dec 5th at 7pm.
I suggest that the December Drupal meetup we join the Amazon Office Hours event. We can learn about their offerings, etc.
Personally, I am going to try and attend it if the group wants to join them...
Alternately, I can leave the meeting to come back and open the doors, but I will be back closer to 7.
Let me know what everyone thinks...Read more
The next Santa Cruz DUG is next Tuesday at 7pm.
What should we talk about? BADCamp recap?
I could go through my D7/D8 content architecture slides.
Leave a comment with suggestions.Read more
Welcome to the Devops World of Tomorrow, today! Self-driving browsers, automation of menial tasks like testing, rocket-like scalability: DevOps technology can give us access to a brighter future for developers and business owners alike. In this summit, we’ll discuss topics like automated testing, Docker, and continuous integration.
We’ll also explore how these technologies can benefit organizations like yours, and why you should invest in them. Anyone who is looking to save time, money, and work - with happier development teams - should attend, to enter the DevOps future.Read more
Después de Drupalcon Dublin este tema se ha vuelto a poner sobre el tapete:
Agradeceré tu feedback en el artículo original. Gracias!Read more
I just updated a site from Drupal 7.39 to 7.50. After deleting & uploading the new files, I went to site/update.php and hit continue, but nothing appeared to happen - under Review Updates it said "No Pending Updates". I took it out of maintenance mode and the site works fine. But if I go to the Available Updates page (or the Status Report page) it still thinks it's running 7.39 suggesting that I need to update.
I cleared all the caches . . . ran cron . . . no change . . .