The official Drupal Users Group of St. Louis, Missouri
In this webinar, we'll discuss specific examples of how the flexibility and scalability of Drupal Commerce can be used to support complex, high volume product catalogs that would be difficult to support using alternate technologies. We will also give an update on how we believe the Drupal Commerce modules will be improved for their Drupal 8 release.
Who Should Attend This?
- Drupal developers, managers and agencies building commerce sites with Drupal
- Business executives and decision-makers considering Drupal Commerce
Thanks to all who attended! We had 9 sessions, a keynote, and a full day of sprints. All the sessions were recorded and you can watch them (and download slides) from the DrupalCamp STL.15 schedule page.
If you attended DrupalCamp STL.15, please be sure to:
DrupalCamp St. Louis 2015 is coming soon (less than a month away!), and we have some great news to share: Alina Mackenzie (alimac) will be this year's keynote speaker, and the keynote's topic will be "Finding the entrance: Why and how to get involved with the Drupal community".
Registration opens soon, but session proposals are already being accepted, with a cutoff of May 29—so propose your session today!Read more
The camp planning is well underway for June 2015, and we're starting to talk training! Seeing as how all of our awesome meetup members will be coming to our camp, we wanted to get some feedback from everyone on what sort of training sessions would be the most interesting/useful to you. Some examples of possible sessions are -
- Views training
- Panels training
- Getting started with Drupal Commerce
- Getting started with Drupal Rooms
Leave a comment and let us know what you would like to see! Also, if anyone is interested in leading a session, please get in touch!Read more
Forcontu is offering 10 x Training Scholarships for the Expert in Drupal 7 online course (valued at USD1350). If you want to apply, complete the form before April 15, 2015. On April 16 we will announce the 10 winners of a scholarship to join the course completely free. The course will be conducted from May 4 to December 4 (7 months).
More information and registration at:
We are looking for an adept Front-End Developer to join our team in St. Louis. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced creative environment building highly functional web products, this position is for you.
To learn more about the qualifications and perks of the job, visit:
It is with deep regret that we inform you of Eric Brown’s (ericthelast) death. Eric died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Monday, January 6th, 2015. Eric was the cornerstone of the St. Louis user group. He was always the first to offer help to anyone that needed it, and believed strongly in making Drupal accessible to anyone that had interest. Each of us not only grieves at the passing of a tremendous individual but also for the loss his family suffers.Read more
It seems this has been discussed before:
As one of the frequent attendees of the St. Louis area Drupal meetups, and an organizer of DrupalCamp St. Louis, and finally, as a lifelong resident of St. Louis who isn't really considering moving away or abandoning Drupal any time soon, I would like to propose making myself (geerlingguy) owner of this group.Read more
The 2015 DrupalCamp STL is going to be held on June 20 at the SLU LAW campus in downtown St. Louis, MO. More details on session submissions, sprints, and registration will be coming in early 2015!
Celebrate Drupal, a Drupal Development consulting and staffing firm located in the Seattle area www.celebratedrupal.com is seeking resumes for remote On Shore hybrid or back end development resources with a range of 3 - 10+ years experience working with PHP, Drupal, and other CMS and common web languages. If located in the D.C. metro area can work in the office if they so choose.
The individual must be comfortable with the Drupal API and creating custom modules. Prior contributions to Drupal.org a plus but not necessary.Read more
We are looking to add a web developer to our programming team. If you are easy to get-along with, a quick learner, like coming up with creative solutions, love a challenge, are self-motivated, can work efficiently and collaboratively, and want to be part of helping nonprofits in our community and around the US – we want to talk to you.
• Work experience in PHP development with Drupal (and maybe some Wordpress)
• Working knowledge of JQuery, HTML5, CSS3, and responsive techniques
• We are NOT considering developers from outside the United States.
I work at WashU and we've been hearing that there's a shortage of qualified Drupal developers/programmers in St. Louis, particularly developers who can take on new projects. Have the rest of you found that to be true?Read more
Slight change of plans...we'll be meeting in the Schnucks Classroom on the first floor (not our normal spot on the second floor).
It's best to come in the park-side doors (and park near the tennis courts as there's an event going on and the lots are full).
As you enter, make a right and instead of going up the steps, keep straight and you'll see the classroom halfway down on the right.
I have a partially complete Drupal site that I can't use yet. I'm about to go back on Elance and post this job again.
"This assignment involves a few bug fixes, site updates, maintenance, adding features and functionality to our web site www.theartbeacon.com. Most important, it needs to be functioning.Read more
Thanks again to all who participated in DrupalCamp St. Louis 2014 at CAIT a couple weeks ago; it was a great day, and it was amazing to see nearly 50 Drupal community members come together for our first Camp.
The slides and audio from most of the presentations are now available and posted on the Camp site (http://2014.drupalstl.org/). I'm also posting links here, for your convenience:Read more
A new day has dawned! A day where the events of the STLDUG are now on meetup.com. I'm so excited to finally have our group represented on such a useful site. If you aren't hip to Meetup yet, just know that by having our group on there we:
- Expose our group to a wider audience who might be interested in Drupal
- Have the ability to use ical feeds so events are automatically added to your calendar webcal://www.meetup.com/drupalstl/events/ical/
We are looking to add a web developer to our programming team. If you are easy to get-along with, a quick learner, like coming up with creative solutions, love a challenge, are self-motivated, can work efficiently and collaboratively, and want to be part of helping nonprofits in our community and around the country – we want to talk to you.
Work experience in PHP development with Drupal (and maybe some Wordpress)
Working knowledge of JQuery, HTML5, CSS3, and responsive techniques
Willing to work in a Mac environment